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Take a Hydrogen atom with electron in first shell......... its energy would be equal to J/atom and it jumps into the second shell, then the energy would be J/atom then the energy required to jump from 1 shell to 2nd shell would be ============ J/atom.................. Now my Ques...............if energy is supplied less then electron would not jump from Ist shell to 2nd shell.......... ------------------------------but is energy is supplied more(not equal) then would it jump or not..........


Take a Hydrogen atom with electron in first shell.........

its energy would be equal to J/atom

and it jumps into the second shell, then the energy would beJ/atom

then the energy required to jump from 1 shell to 2nd shell would be

============J/atom..................

Now my Ques...............if energy is supplied less then electron would not jump from Ist shell to 2nd shell..........

------------------------------but is energy is supplied more(not equal) then would it jump or not..........


Grade:upto college level

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