|Mar9-12, 09:30 AM||#1|
calculating the visible emission spectrum for hydrogen
so the title speaks for itself i hope. my problem is i dont know how to work the formula. what are the ns about??
lamba^-1 = R(n1^-2 - n2^-2)
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|Mar9-12, 09:31 AM||#2|
I should of said, r, the rydberg constant, is given.
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