## Atomic Spectra Module #37

H-Atom ($E_{n}=-\frac{hR}{n^{2}}$)

Mariam Baghdasaryan 4F
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### Atomic Spectra Module #37

37. Write the equation that allows one to calculate the electronic energy levels for the hydrogen atom. Do the calculated energies compare favorably with empirical observation (spectroscopic results)?

C. E = -hR/(n2), No
D. E = -hR/(n2), Yes

Is the 2nd question asking whether the calculated version will have less errors than the empirical? If so, is the answer D?

Sarah_Kang_2K
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### Re: Atomic Spectra Module #37

Is this from Outline 2 or 3?

Nicole Lee 4E
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### Re: Atomic Spectra Module #37

I think the second question refers to whether the calculated results will match the experimentally observed results. Since they do confirm the experimentally observed results, the answer would be yes.