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The electron of hydrogen atom is always in n1 shell in ground state . when it agains energy it increase the orbit and then it should always come back to n1 to stabilize irrespective of the shell it was in in the excited state and also irrespective of energy gained by the atom.Hence it should always give out a radiation of layman series.But it also gives radiations of other series. Why and how does it gives out other radiation???

The electron of hydrogen atom is always in n1 shell in ground state . when it agains energy it increase the orbit and then it should always come back to n1 to stabilize irrespective of the shell it was in in the excited state and also irrespective of energy gained by the atom.Hence it should always give out a radiation of layman series.But it also gives radiations of other series. Why and how does it gives out other radiation???

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Umakant biswal
5359 Points
4 years ago
@ abir 
Your questions are not clear , kindly repost the question .. 
when electron of hydrogen atom will gain energy it doesnot increase its energy , it will frst go to the higher level , and at that time the radiation emitted by it will be called as the absorption spectra , and as u knows that higher energy state are not stable , then again it will going to loose the energy and come back to the normal condition , this radiation we can call it as emission spectra , and 
YES , electron of hydrogen atom do emit radiation in lyman , balmer , paschenn , brackett , and pfund series all . it depend upon how much energy it absorbed and in which shell (n= 1,2 ,3 ) it went .. 
HOPE IT CLEARS YOUR DOUBT 
ALL THE BEST ..

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