ch39-p021 - 21. Using E = hc / = (1240 eV nm)/ , the...

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1240eV nm 85.00 eV 14.588 nm 1240eV nm 256.0 eV 4.8437 nm 1240eV nm 426.0 eV. 2.9108 nm a a b b c c hc E hc E hc E λ == = = = The ground-state energy is 14 450.0 eV 426.0 eV 24.0 eV c EEE = =−= . Since 21 a =− , the energy of the first excited state is
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