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Problem 34E

(a) In terms of the Bohr theory of the hydrogen atom, what process is occurring when excited hydrogen atoms emit radiant energy of certain wavelengths and only those wavelengths?

 (b) Does a hydrogen atom “expand” or “contract” as it moves from its ground state to an excited state?

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