1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 5 The energy levels of a molybdenum atom are approximately: K shell ….. – 20.00 KeV L shell …... – 2.52 KeV M shell …... – 0.23 KeV i) Estimate the energy of the Kα, K[tex]\beta[/tex] and Lα x-ray emissions. ii) What are the wavelengths of these emissions? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I think K[tex]\alpha[/tex] is from L shell to k shell?? so EK[tex]\alpha[/tex]=-2.52KeV--20KeV E=17.48KeV and the K[tex]\beta[/tex] is from M shell to K shell? then find the difference again for the energy I don't know what the L[tex]\alpha[/tex] is but possibly L shell to ground state or M shell to L shell?? not sure if anything im doing there is right? ii) shouldn't be hard once I have energy's E=hf so E=hc/[tex]\lambda[/tex] not sure if anything im doing here is right??? Thanks for any help!