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    E of Light, Electron Transitions, The Photoelectric Effect

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    1. Energy is ____ when an n = 4 to n = 2 transition occurs when an electron adds to the H+ ion and ends up in the n = 3 shell.
    a) destroyed, created
    b) emitted, created
    c) absorbed, emitted
    d) emitted, absorbed
    e) emitted, emitted

    2. Calculate delta(E) if 1 = 1.40 kJ and w = -658 J.
    a) -657 kJ
    b) 0.742 kJ
    c) 1.4 kJ
    d) 2.06 kJ
    e) -657 J

    3. Arrange the following kinds of electromagnetic radiation in order of increasing wavelength: infrared, green light, red light, radio waves, X-rays, ultraviolet light

    4. The photoelectric effect is ________.

    5. What is the only possible value of m1 for an electron in an s orbital?

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    1) When an electron goes from a high energy (n=4) to a low energy state (n=2), energy is released.

    When an electron is added to a proton, it stabilizes the charges ...

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    1) Energy changes in electron transitions
    2) Energy of a system based on work and heat
    3) Wavelengths of different types of light
    4) Photoelectric effect
    5) Possible quantum numbers

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