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hello I wanted to ask about energy level’s variation spectrum like in the case of hydrogen , is there any relation between that and the energy used to excitate atoms for modifying their electron configuration and thus creating available single electron for bonding with other atoms ? Is it the same kind of energy used for the formula : E=- 13,6/n

hello I wanted to ask about energy level’s variation spectrum like in the case of hydrogen , is there any relation between that and the energy used to excitate atoms for modifying their electron configuration and thus creating available single electron for bonding with other atoms ? Is it the same kind of energy used for the formula : E=- 13,6/n

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
The line spectra of the components, similar to those seen in this examination, demonstrate that electrons in molecules can just exist with discrete, quantized vitality values. The condition of most reduced vitality is known as the ground electronic state and an electron in this state can retain yet can't radiate vitality. Discrete conditions of higher vitality are called energized electronic states.

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