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I am thinking the further away the electron is, then it only absorbs electromagnetic waves on the high end of the spectrum, like ultra violet, X-rays, and Gamma.
Does anything happen to the electron, as it changes energy levels, does its mass increase, or decrease, or velocity speed up, or slow down.?The electron will speed up when its away from the nucleus, when its in a higher shell like shell level 3. But is there anything like a visible sign, or indication like in mass, speed, weight, or becomes less negative, pr positive if possible, just any indication that the electron has changed energy levels, (energy requirement to EM waves to absorb, and emission). The electron is a mysterious particle that seems to give no indication of its change in energy requirment, in electron volts, as atoms come together to make covelent bonds to form moleculesI am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.