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Sodium atoms emit light with a wavelength of 330 nm when an electron moves from a 4p orbital
to a 3s orbital. What is the energy difference between the orbitals in kJ/mol?
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Sodium atoms emit light with a wavelength of 330 nm when an electron moves from a 4p orbital to a 3s orbital. What is the energy difference between the orbitals in kJ/mol?