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X-rays of wavelength 0.1400 nm are scattered from a very thin slice of carbon. What will be the wavelengths of X-rays scattered at 120.

1. X-rays of wavelength 0.1400 nm are scattered from a very thin slice of carbon. What will be the wavelengths of X-rays scattered at 120°.

2. Determine the wavelength of light emitted when a hydrogen atom makes a transition from the n = 6 to the n = 3 energy level according to the Bohr model.


3. Calculate the longest and shortest wavelengths of light in the Lyman, Blamer and Paschen

series of the Hydrogen atom.

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1) wavelengths of X-rays = 0.144 x 10 -9  m = 0.144 nm 2) wavelength of light emitted transition... View the full answer

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