Quick question with regards to bohrs model from what energy level did an electron fall if it emits a photon of 938 x 10 8 wavelength when it reaches fround state within a hydrogen atom this is a textbook question so i know the answer is n 6 attached is a copy of my work please let me know where im going wrong. Quantum physics tries to explain the properties of matter and energy at the atomic and subatomic levels we use quantum physics to model behaviour and properties of microscopic objects that cannot be modelled by einsteinian physics which is the physics used for objects at the macroscopic level as viewed with the naked eye. The babylonjs forum has moved to a new home this forum is here for archive purpose only please do not use it for new questions. sometimes light seems to act as a wave and sometimes light seems to act as a particle and an example of this would be the photoelectric effect as described by einstein so lets say you had a piece of metal and we know the metal has electrons im gonna go ahead and draw one electron in here
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