Hydrogen atoms are excited by a laser to the ?=4 state and then allowed to emit.
What is the maximum number of distinct emission spectral lines (lines of different wavelengths) that can be observed from this system?
Calculate the wavelength of the 4⟶1 transition.
Given, n = 4
The maximum number of distinct emission spectral lines (lines of different wavelengths) that can be observed from this system can be calculated as:
The Rydberg equation for the calculation of the wavelength of an atomic element when an excited electron moves from the quantum shells is expressed as:
Given, 4⟶1 transition
nf = 1
ni = 4
Therefore, wavelength of the spec...
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