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    Calculate the wavelength of light that is absorbed in a transition from n=5 to n=6 in Be3+?

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    How do you calculate the wavelength of the light that is absorbed for the electron's transition from n=5 to n=6 in Be3+ ion?

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    For Be3+, there is only one electron in the nucleus, so the formula of ...

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