ch39-p027 - 27. The ratios computed in Problem 39-26 can be...

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In the following, we omit the h /8 mL 2 factors. For a transition between the fourth excited state and the ground state, we have f = 12.00 – 3.00 = 9.00. For a transition between the third excited state and the ground state, we have f = 11.00 – 3.00 = 8.00. For a transition between the third excited state and the first excited state, we have f = 11.00 – 6.00 = 5.00. For a transition between the fourth excited state and the third excited state, we have f = 12.00 – 11.00 = 1.00. For a transition between the third excited state and the second excited state, we have f = 11.00 – 9.00 = 2.00. For a transition between the second excited state and the first excited state, we have f = 9.00 – 6.00 = 3.00, which also results from some other transitions. (a) From the above, we see that there are 7 frequencies. (b) The lowest frequency is, in units of
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