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# Estimate the probability that a hydrogen atom at room

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Problem 6P

Estimate the probability that a hydrogen atom at room temperature is in one of its first excited states (relative to the probability of being in the ground state). Don’t forget to take degeneracy into account. Then repeat the calculation for a hydrogen atom in the atmosphere of the star γ UMa, whose surface temperature is approximately 9500 K.

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