HW 1.A #11


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Doris Cho 1D
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HW 1.A #11

Postby Doris Cho 1D » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:20 pm

Not sure what the question is even asking... I understand what the answer is saying but I don't understand the question (?) if anyone knows what I mean...

Anish Patel 4B
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Re: HW 1.A #11

Postby Anish Patel 4B » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:02 am

It is definitely a confusing question and I think it asks what is common with all the electrons found within a certain series. One thing is that they all have the same base energy level.

Jocelyn Thorp 1A
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Re: HW 1.A #11

Postby Jocelyn Thorp 1A » Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:02 am

Doris Cho 1D wrote:Not sure what the question is even asking... I understand what the answer is saying but I don't understand the question (?) if anyone knows what I mean...


it's asking how the lines are related, in this case it's asking you to make a connection the the energy levels

RRahimtoola1I
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Re: HW 1.A #11

Postby RRahimtoola1I » Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:04 pm

I don't understand how the answer given answers the question. Can someone please explain? Why is grouping the series related to the base energy level?

Jiyoon_Hwang_2I
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Re: HW 1.A #11

Postby Jiyoon_Hwang_2I » Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:13 pm

This question is basically saying that all the lines in the Lyman Series end at n=1 and all the lines in the Balmer Series ends at n=2. So, UV lines which are part of the Lyman Series will always transition to/from the energy level n=1 and visible light which is part of the Balmer Series will transition to/from the energy level n=2.


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