GR8677 #19


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Quantum Mechanics}Bohr Theory
Recall the Rydberg energy. QED


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casseverhart13 20191001 03:22:05  Good Examine and fascinating. Thanks. www.trustytreeservice.com   jeka 20070217 08:08:36  Energy spectrum of the hydrogen atom is given by the equation
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where is the Rydberg constant. So the right answer is (E)  

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,
where is the Rydberg constant. So the right answer is (E)
FortranMan 20081016 23:10:09 
According to Griffiths, the allowed energies for a hydrogen atom are
Where is the ground state of the hydrogen atom,
The Rydberg constant is defined as
Thus the energy levels are given as
Not entirely necessary to solve the problem, but it's safer to keep your terms straight.

VKB 20140325 21:44:48 
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