ISP 205 - Allowed electron energies Hydrogen In order to go...

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ISP 205  16:27 Light – electromagnetic wave It’s a wave – does the same thing as water waves  Example of Diffraction  Sound waves – the air being compressed  Energy of each photon : E = hf = hf/wavelength Blue wavelengths have smaller wavelengths compared to red wavelengths.                   ROYGBIV Big - small wavelengths  Gamma rays – xrays – UV rays – visible light – infra red – microwave –radio                SMALL WAVES TO BIG WAVES
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Unformatted text preview: Allowed electron energies Hydrogen In order to go to the next level, electrons HAVE to have EXACTLY 10.2 eV 10.2 eV allows electron to jump to level 2 in order to fall from 2 to level 1 – the electron has to give up 10.2 eV Recombination - Ionization Excitation When the electrons are given eV De-excitation When the electrons give up eV 16:27 Dear Kaitlyn, 16:27...
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