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Offline Nicholas Lee

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Can electric charge move electrons to higher shell levels, rather than using the absorption, and emission process.?
I was reading that the electric charge force cannot be changed, but can this force move electrons to higher shell levels in some way.
I am grateful for your help anything helps even a few words. :D
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Can electric charge move electrons to higher shell levels, rather than using the absorption, and emission process.?
I was reading that the electric charge force cannot be changed, but can this force move electrons to higher shell levels in some way.
I am grateful for your help anything helps even a few words. :D

Simply adding heat energy will do the trick add heat and pronto the atom will release a proton of light to balance the equation.
 
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pronto the atom will release a proton of light to balance the equation

I think you mean photon...
 
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pronto the atom will release a proton of light to balance the equation

I think you mean photon...

Sorry yes I meant photon (Not proton which would be silly of me)
 
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