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a moving hydrogen atom in ground state collides with a stationary hydrogen atom in ground state,causing radiation of several wavelengths, the maximum of which is 1880nm. from the consideration of loss of KE in collision, what is the velocity above which the atom has to move initially? (answer should be in KM/s and rounded to the nearest integral multiple of 10)


a moving hydrogen atom in ground state collides with a stationary hydrogen atom in ground state,causing radiation of several wavelengths, the maximum of which is 1880nm. from the consideration of loss of KE in collision, what is the velocity above which the atom has to move initially? (answer should be in KM/s and rounded to the nearest integral multiple of 10)


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