Apparently In optical spectroscopy it is common to use the unit cm^-1 tro define the energy (or frequency of a photon that is emitted or absorbed in a transition between electronic states of an atom. This is derived from the reciprocal of the wavelength of the photon (wavelength in cm). Determine the conversion factor that converts cm^-1 to eV. I have no idea how to do this in the problem sheet that he gave us the solution to this particular problem means that we can use the result to complete the rest of the problem.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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