Radiation coming from transitions n=2 to n=1 of hydrogen atoms fall on He (1) n=2 n=4 (2) n=2 n=5 (3) n=2 n=3 (4) n=1 n=4 |
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(a) |
n=2 n=4 |
(b) |
n=2 n=5 |

(c) |
n=2 n=3 |
(d) |
n=1 n=4 |

Radiation coming from transitions n=2 to n=1 of hydrogen atoms fall on He (1) n=2 n=4 (2) n=2 n=5 (3) n=2 n=3 (4) n=1 n=4 |
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(a) |
n=2 n=4 |
(b) |
n=2 n=5 |

(c) |
n=2 n=3 |
(d) |
n=1 n=4 |

1 Answer

127 votes

Energy related by hydrogen atom

E_{1} = 13.6× = ×13.6 eV

= 10.2eV

Also, energy absorbed by ion in transition

N=2 n=4

E_{2} = 13.6 × 4 × =10.2eV

So, possible transition is n=2 n=4

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