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According to Bohr, an electron in an excited state could give off .....

a continuous cascade of photons for a high-level transition.

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  1. I assume what you meant is ok but I would state it a little differently.

    could give off a number of wavelenghts of energy when moving from a higher state to a lower state.
    You may want to work on that to make it sound better.

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  2. ok,shat about
    several photons in a series of transitions to the ground state

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