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Manas Baul Grade: 11
        
Which state of the triply ionised Berylium has the same orbit radius as the of the ground state of Hydrogen?
2 years ago

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erra akhil
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Dear Manas,
There is no state which has same radius as that of ground state of hydrogen atom.
Radius of an orbit is directly proportional to orbit number or principal quantum number.
Radius of an orbit is inversely proportional to the ionized state of atom.
R∝(n2)/z.
R1/R2={(n12)(z2)} / {(n22)(z1)}.
R1=Radius of hyderogen orbit.
R2=Radius of beryllium orbit.
n1=principal quantum number of hydrogen atom.
n2=principal quantum number of beryllium atom.
Z1=atomic number of hydrogen atom.
Z2=atomic number or ionized state number.
Given,R1=R2 Onsolving we get our given requirements.
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