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Posted by Lauren on Sunday, November 4, 2007 at 11:22am.

What is the wavelength of the transition from n=4 to n=3 for Li2+? In what region of the spectrum does this emission occur? Li2+ is a hydrogen-like ion. Such an ion has a nucleus of charge +Ze and a single electron outside this nucleus. The energy levels of the ion are -Z^2RH/n^, where Z is the atomic number

okay I saw the rydberg formula but how am i or what numbers am i supposed to plug where

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