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Posted by Maria on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 11:40am.

Calculate the energy (in eV) of the three lowest energy transitions in the Lyman series (the series that ends on n=1) of hydrogen. The wavelengths of these transitions are 121.6 nm, 102.6nm, and 97.3 nm. Draw an energy level diagram of these transitions

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