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what are the wavelength and frequency of the radiation involved in the least energetic emission line in the lyman spectrum? What quantum levels are involved in this emission line? What are the values of n initial and n final?

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what are the wavelength and frequency of the radiation involved in the least energetic emission line in the lyman spectrum? What quantum levels are involved in this emission line? What are the values of n initial and n final?

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