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What is the frequency of a photon absorbed when the atom undergoes a transition from n1=2 to n2=4. (R=1.096776x107m-1; c=3.0x108 m/s)?

What is the frequency of a photon absorbed when the atom undergoes a transition from n1=2 to n2=4. (R=1.096776x107m-1; c=3.0x108 m/s)?

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A. 2.056x10^6 s^-1
B. 2.742x10^6 s^-1
C. 6.165x10^14 s^-1
D. 8.226x10^14 s^-1
E. >10^15 s^-1

This question is part of electron configuration Test
Asked by Bbrocker, Last updated: Jan 24, 2020

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student, Graduation, Orlando

Answered Jul 18, 2019

The correct answer to this question is C, 6.165x10^14 s^-1. This type of question could be found on a chemistry test, as it is related to electron configuration, which is when electrons are...Read More
 

l.Steven

L.Steven

Answered Jan 07, 2018

The Rydberg formula is an ingenious mathematical revolution in atomic physics, which allows you to describe different wavelengths of the spectral lines of different chemical elements. As he was...Read More
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 27, 2016

6.165x10^14 s^-1
 

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