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In which of the following cases is the frequency of emitted radiation greatest?

Electrons jump from third to second orbit

Electrons jump from fourth to second orbit

Electrons jump from first to second orbit

Electrons jump from third to first orbit

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    E=hf => Electrons jump from third to first orbit

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