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"explain with the help of an appropriate labelled sketch diagram how hydrogen atom which has only one electron has so many spectral lines"

Can someone tell me if i need to draw a schroedinger model of an atom or if i need to draw an energy level diagram? I'm not sure which one to use, thanks

hi i have drawn a schroedinger model for this tma question

i need some help on q3 could you help


Hi, thanks for your help. I haven't done q3 and q5 yet! There was an answer to q3 on here previously on march 4th 12.14pm by bobpursley and another one on tues march6th at 12.58pm by pitu but i haven't had time to study the answer as i'm trying to finish q2 before i start on it. Not sure if this helps!

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