1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A photon with λ = 600 nm interacts with a hydrogen atom in fundamental state. Will the photon be absorbed? Justify your answer. 2. Relevant equations hc/lambda= energy of photon 1/lambda= R(1/2^2-1/n^2) (visible light) c= speed of light lambda= wavelength h= planks constant r= rhydbergs constant 3. The attempt at a solution hc= 1240 eV nm lambda=600 nm 1240/600= 2.1 Ev of photon i dont know what to do after i get the energy of one photon and how to see if its going to get absorbed, what do i do after this? does 1/lambda= R(1/2^2-1/n^2) need to be used? and if it is what do i do after i find n?