## Baler v. Lyman Series

$c=\lambda v$

Mallika Singh 1G
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### Baler v. Lyman Series

What are the differences between the two?

ckilkeary 2G
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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series contains the visible part of the light spectrum, whereas the Lyman series is in the ultraviolet range on the light spectrum.

Alfred Barrion 2H
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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series is found in the visible region of the hydrogen spectral lines and goes from n=3,4,5,... to n=1
The Lyman series is found in the ultraviolet series of the hydrogen spectra and goes from n=2,3,4,... to n=2

Ellis Song 4I
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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

Balmer Series: visible light, n1 = 2
Lyman Series: ultraviolet light, n1 = 1

Amy Kumar 1I
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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The n=1 and n=2 states represent the energy level to which the electrons drop back to, which is what the Lyman and Balmer series represent.

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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series corresponds to the visible light region of the spectrum and the Lyman Series corresponds to the UV region of the spectrum. In the Balmer series, the electrons come to rest at the energy level n=2 and in the Lyman series, the electrons come to rest at n=1.

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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series applies to the visible light region and the Lyman series applies to the UV region of the spectrum.

Kimberly Koo 2I
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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Lyman series is the ultraviolet region of light while the Balmer series is the visible region of light. The Lyman series drops to n=1 while the Balmer series drops to n=2

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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series corresponds to the region of visible light on the spectrum and the electrons drop to n=2. The Lyman series corresponds to the region of ultraviolet light and electrons drop to n=1.

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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series is where the electron falls from its state and goes to n=2 and its in the visible light spectrum. The Lyman series where the electron drops to n=1 and it is in the uv region

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### Re: Baler v. Lyman Series

The Balmer series is when the electron falls to the n = 2 energy level. The Lyman series is when the electron falls to the n = 1 energy level.