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Solved: A group of hydrogen atoms is in the same excited state, and photons with at

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A group of hydrogen atoms is in the same excited state, and photons with at least 1.5-eV energy are required to ionize these atoms. Whats the quantum number n for the initial excited state?

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Textbook: Essential University Physics
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Author: Richard Wolfson
ISBN: 9780134202709

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