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Posted by Mark on Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 11:31pm.

Atomic hydrogen produces well-known series of spectral lines in several regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Each series fits the Rydberg equation with its own particular n sub 1 value. Calculate the value of n sub 1 (by trial and error if necessary) that would produce a series of lines in which: the highest energy line has a wavelength of 3282 nanometers and the highest energy line has a wavelength of 7460 nanometers.

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