In any atomic element, and human tissue, is there always a shell level that

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Continued... the electron can stay in that will absorb no visible light.
Glass, transparent liquids, transparent plastics, and animals like the Barreleye fish, Glass Frog, Phronima, and Jellyfish, all have electrons that have energy levels that do not absorb visible light.

Glass just absorbs ultraviolet rays.

So using heat, thermal heat, possibly microwaves, electromotive force, and magnetism.

Could you move the electron to a higher shell level, a shell level that does not absorb any visible light wavelengths.

Red photons carry about 1.8 electron volts of energy, while blue photons transmits 3.1 electron volts.

Human tissue contains the elements hydrogen, helium, carbon, iron, and calcium, and others.

Another way to ask this question is, in any atomic element, and as atoms make covalent bonds to form molecules in human tissue, and bone.

Is there always a shell level the electron can get to in any atomic element, and in human tissue, and bone, that will not absorb, any visible light energy from 1.8 electron volts, to 3.1 electron volts.

If the answer is yes, then how do you keep the electron in these higher shell levels, for around 3 seconds, without going back down to the ground state.

To make human tissue, and bone temporarily translucent by 45%.

To cure Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease, and disorders like epilepsy.

You could even maybe understand better how memory is encoded.

You just need to make four inches of human tissue translucent to traverse the whole body, and brain.and you would only need around 45% translucency to see through human tissue clearly to see neurons, with the use of a microscope camera.

It has to be safe, for the electron to be in a higher shell, in human tissue, and bone, that does not absorb, any visible light.

Because animals like Glass frog, Barreleye fish, and Phronima, have electrons in the ground state, in their tissue that do not absorb any visible light, just like glass.

Phronima seems to have dense objects like claws/pincer that are transparent.

Maybe you can only get the answer to this experiment from a light lab.

If you work in a light lab, would you want to test this experiment to see if it would work.

I would happily volunteer in your lab, or take a internship, to prove this experiment can work.

I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
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