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Posted by Samantha on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 11:30pm.

Five lines in the H atom spectrum have the following wavelengths in Ǻ: a). 1212.7, b). 4340.5, c).
4861.3 d). 6562.8 and e). 10938. Three lines result from transitions to the nf = 2. The other two
result from transitions in different series, one with nf = 1, and the other with nf = 3. Identify the initial
state for each line.

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