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please tell me why the value of wavelength for K is more than that for K . instead it should have been lesser as compared to that of K as the alpha one is that case when the electron jumps from the L shell to the K shell and that beta case is when the elecron jumps from the M shell to the K shell now, an electron which is far away from the nucleus will be less attracted towards the nucleus than which is closer to it. consequently, when the electron jumps from a lower energy state (L shell ) to fill in a space in the K shell, then it will have more of kinetic energy towards the nucleus than that which has jumped from a higher energy state (M shell).... as energy is inversely propotional to the lamda.. this must mean that lamda for K should be lesser than that for K ... so, isn't this contradicting with the true statement ??? experts please reply !!!


please tell me why the value of wavelength for K  is more than that for K .
instead it should have been lesser as compared to that of K  as the alpha one is that case when the electron jumps from the  L shell to the K shell and that beta case is when the elecron jumps from the M shell to the K shell
 
now, an electron which is far away from the nucleus will be less attracted towards the nucleus than which is closer to it. consequently, when the electron jumps from a lower energy state (L shell ) to fill in a space in the K shell, then it will have more of kinetic energy towards the nucleus than that which has jumped from a higher energy state (M shell)....
 
as energy is inversely propotional to the lamda.. this must mean that lamda for  K  should be lesser than that for K  ... so, isn't this contradicting with the true statement ??? experts please reply !!!


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