- Which transitions in a hydrogen atom represents emission of the longest wavelength photon group of answer choices?
- What is the wavelength of the photon released in Part B?
- Which of the following transitions in a hydrogen atom represent absorption of the greatest frequency photon?
- In which of the following transition limited frequency of photon is minimum in H atom?
- What transition in he will have the same wavelength?
- Which transition in a hydrogen atom produces a photon of minimum energy?
- In which transition one quantum of energy is released?
- In which of the following transitions for AH atom will the wavelength be minimum?
- Which of the following transition will be minimum wavelength?
- What is the minimum value of wavelength that is possible for an electron?
- Which of the following has maximum de Broglie wavelength moving with same speed?
- Which de Broglie wavelength is longest?
- Which of the following has longest de Broglie wavelength?
- Which particle has the shortest de Broglie wavelength?

## 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