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Offline ghh

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Quantum number Nf = 6?
« on: 22/07/2006 20:53:10 »
Is there a Hydrogen absorbtion line with Quantum number Nf = 6 with a wavelength of 3.282 x 10^-6 metres?
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Re: Quantum number Nf = 6?
« Reply #1 on: 07/08/2006 06:27:49 »
I wouldn't know offhand, however for every pair of possible electron states differing by 1 unit of angular momentum, a spectral line should exist, having the frequency equal to (E2 - E1)/h, with finer adjustments broughtinto the picture by other considerations such as the magnetic moments of the electron and nucleus.
 

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