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Electron Transitions (College)

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Electron Transitions

Which of the following leads to a photon of definite wavelength being emitted?
  1. Non-Excited Electrons moving from lower to higher states
  2. Excited electrons moving from lower to higher states
  3. Non-Excited Electrons moving from higher to lower states
  4. Excited electrons moving from higher to lower states
Which of the following equations most closely relates to the specific colors shown in bright-line hydrogen spectra?
  1. [math]∆E=hf[/math]
  2. [math]∆E=mc^2[/math]
  3. [math]∆E={hc}/{lambda}[/math]
  4. None of the above
Which of the following characteristics is associated with a definite change in energy?
  1. definite frequency
  2. indefinite frequency
  3. indefinite wavelength
  4. indefinite speed of light
Which of the following contains all wavelengths of light?
  1. continuous spectra
  2. bright-line spectra
  3. discrete spectra
  4. (b) and (c)
Which of the following is associated with an orange color?
  1. 410 nm
  2. 656 nm
  3. 434 nm
  4. 486 nm
Which of the following wavelengths is associated most closely with the color violet in the emission spectra?
  1. 486 nm
  2. 410 nm
  3. 656 nm
  4. 434 nm
Which of the following transitions is associated with the Lyman series?
  1. n=2 to n=3
  2. n=3 to n=2
  3. n=4 to n=3
  4. n=2 to n=1
Which of the following transitions is associated with the Brackett series?
  1. n=1 to n=2
  2. n=4 to n=3
  3. n=6 to n=4
  4. n=4 to n=5
The electron transition of n=3 to n=2 is associated with the Paschen series.
  1. True
  2. False
Name one transition associated with the Balmer series.

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