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How do the allowed orbits for electrons in atoms differ from the allowed orbits for planets around the sun? Explain how the correspondence principle applies here.

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How do the allowed orbits for electron in atoms differ from the allowed orbits for planets around the Sun?

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Introduction:

The emission spectrum of hydrogen atom is categorized into number of spectral series and the wavelength is calculated using Rydberg formula. The spectral lines are observed because the electron makes transition between two energy levels in an atom.

We know that energy spectra of atoms and molecule are discrete. The discrete means that the energy of each emitted spectrum is distinguished and distinct.

The spectral emission is a result of de-excitation of the electrons present in the higher level of atoms and molecules...

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