Question:

10.2ev ni to n2 ni to n3 n2 to n6 -.06ev 12.1ev n3 to n4 7ev ni to n4 12.8ev n3 to n5 1ev ni to n5 13.1ev n3 to n6 -2.5ev ni to

10.2ev
ni to n2
ni to n3
n2 to n6
-.06ev
12.1ev
n3 to n4
7ev
ni to n4
12.8ev
n3 to n5
1ev
ni to n5
13.1ev
n3 to n6
-2.5ev
ni to n6
9.6ev
n4 to n5
1ey
n2 to n3
n4 to n6
-3.2ev
1.9ev
2.6ev
n2 to n4
-3.5ev
n5 to n6
n1= -13.6ev
n2 = -3.4ev
n3= -1.5 n4= -0.8
n5= -0.5 n6= - 4
n2 to n5
2.9ey
6. Interpret: We can see photons that are between 1.8 and 3.1 eV. Based on the table above, how many lines
do you expect to appear in the visible absorption spectrum?

10.2ev ni to n2 ni to n3 n2 to n6 -.06ev 12.1ev n3 to n4 7ev ni to n4 12.8ev n3 to n5 1ev ni to n5 13.1ev n3 to n6 -2.5ev ni to n6 9.6ev n4 to n5 1ey n2 to n3 n4 to n6 -3.2ev 1.9ev 2.6ev n2 to n4 -3.5ev n5 to n6 n1= -13.6ev n2 = -3.4ev n3= -1.5 n4= -0.8 n5= -0.5 n6= - 4 n2 to n5 2.9ey 6. Interpret: We can see photons that are between 1.8 and 3.1 eV. Based on the table above, how many lines do you expect to appear in the visible absorption spectrum?

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