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    Why does the spacing for energy levels get smaller as n becomes larger ?

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    Apart from analyzing the results from the Bohr Formula
    Is there a reason why the spacing gets smaller?
    Such as the orbits being further away from the nucleus so there is less pull on the electrons.

    See the link below for the diagram.

    http://dev.physicslab.org/Document.aspx?doctype=3&filename=AtomicNuclear_EnergyLevelDiagrams.xml.

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    Since En is in proportional to 1/n^2, Delta E = E(n+1) - En is in ...

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