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Posted by schoolgirl on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 4:07pm.

Consider an electron in the ground state of hydrogen.
(a)What is the least amount of energy needed to excite the ground state electron in Joules?
(b) Is an electron in the ground state of hydrogen capable of absorbing a photon with energy of 1.38e-18 Joules.

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