What is the energy of light associated with a transition from n=3 to n=8 in a hydrogen atom? Does this represent absorption or emission of a photon?

 

4.54 × 10-19 J, emission

2.08 × 10-19 J, emission

4.54 × 10-19 J, absorption

6.81 × 10-20 J, absorption

2.08 × 10-19 J, absorption               

 

 

Give the numbers for ml for a p orbital.

 

1,2

0,1

-2,-1,0,1,2

-1,0,1

 


Particles exhibit diffraction while waves do not.
Particles interfere constructively and destructively whereas waves do not.
A wave travels straight through a slit.
Interference patterns are observed when a wave passes through a barrier with two slits.
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