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Which one of the following electron transitions would result in the loss of energy from a hydrogen atom?
a. n=1 to n=3
b. n=5 to n=3
c. n=4 to n=6
d. n=1 to n=5

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    Adding energy means the electron goes from a lower state to a higher state. Losing energy means the electron goes from a higher state to a lower state.

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