Hydrogen atoms are excited by a laser to the n = 4 state and then allowed to emit. What is the maximum number of distinct emission spectral lines (lines of different wavelengths) that can be observed from this system?
which is six but i cant get the second part which is
but how can i calculate the wavelength of the 2 to 1 transition
a) We have the formula of calculating the number of emision N=n(n-1)/2=4(4-1)/2=6... View the full answer
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You need to use the famous Rydberg Formula! A common form of the Rydberg formula uses "inverse wavelengths", and is in the... View the full answer