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explanation of v=(change in)E/h which is one of the postulates of Bohr

explanation of v=(change in)E/h which is one of the postulates of Bohr


 

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vikas askiitian expert
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10 years ago

v=dE/h                    (v is frequency and h is planks constant)

hv=dE (change in energy)

according to this eq ,

                              when an electron jumps from higher energy level to lower energy level then it emits

                               a photon of frequency v...change in energy of the two states is Ef -Ei=dE,

                               so from E=hv

                               dE=hv           or

                               v=dE/h

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