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How much energy is needed to move an electron in a hydrogen atom from the ground state (n=1) to n=3?

How much energy is needed to move an electron in a hydrogen atom from the ground state (n=1) to n=3? Calculate the answer in eV and in joules.

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Energy needed(eV) = 12.088... View the full answer

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