## Question

To which orbit the electron in the hydrogen atom will jump after absorbing 1.94× 10^{–18} J of energy?

### Solution

*n* = 3

Energy of electron is the *n*th orbit of H-atom is given by

After absorbing 1.94 × 10^{–8} J of energy, the energy of the electron will be

.

Thus, the electron will jump to the third orbit.

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