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Which transitions in a hydrogen atom represents emission of the longest wavelength photon group of answer choices?

The emission with the longest wavelength (or, least energy) is the last option, the 5 to 4 transition.

What is the wavelength of the photon released in Part B?

The wavelength λ of the photon is 9.74×10-8 m.

Which of the following transitions in a hydrogen atom represent absorption of the greatest frequency photon?

The transition that represents absorption of a photon with the highest frequency is n = 1 → n = 3.

In which of the following transition limited frequency of photon is minimum in H atom?

In hydrogen atom, wavelength of emitted photon will be minimum in which of the following transitions? (i) n=2 to n=1 , (ii) n=6 to n=5 , (iii) n=3 to n=2. Solution : Wavelength of emitted photon will be minimum when frequency and energy of photon are maximum.

What transition in he will have the same wavelength?

Hence, transition n2=2 to n1=1 will give spectrum of the same wavelength as that of Balmer transition, n2=4 to n1=2 in He+. Was this answer helpful?

Which transition in a hydrogen atom produces a photon of minimum energy?

Which of the following transition in a hydrogen atom produces a photon of minimum energy? Solution : Higher the value of the lower quantum number to which electron is jumping, longer will be wavelength i.e. minimum energy. Therefore n=6 to n=8 transition produces minimum energy.

In which transition one quantum of energy is released?

In all the three transitions n=4→n=2, n=3→n=1 and n=4→n=1, one quantum of energy is emitted. Whenever an electron jumps from higher energy level to lower energy level, a quantum of energy is emitted.

In which of the following transitions for AH atom will the wavelength be minimum?

Thus wavelength is minimum in n=2 to n=1.

Which of the following transition will be minimum wavelength?

– Therefore, n = 3 to n = 1 transition will have the least wavelength.

What is the minimum value of wavelength that is possible for an electron?

around 0.01 nanometers

Which of the following has maximum de Broglie wavelength moving with same speed?

Of the following, the one which has the largest de-Broglie wavlength for the same speed is. So, electron is the lightest particle of these four. So, λe is maximum.

Which de Broglie wavelength is longest?

Electron

Which of the following has longest de Broglie wavelength?

β-particle

Which particle has the shortest de Broglie wavelength?

Alpha particle