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###### 1: Calculate the wavelength of the fifth line in the hydrogen atom Paschen series? 2: Calculate...

1: Calculate the wavelength of the fifth line in the hydrogen atom Paschen series?

2: Calculate the energy released in the transition described in the question above?

3: For the hydrogen atom, calculate the wavelength of the light needed to excite the electron from the fifth energy level to the ninth energy level.

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