What are Electronic Transitions?


What are Electronic Transitions?

Energy Emitted by an Electron

An electron can absorb or radiate energy only of certain frequencies. The energy absorbed or emitted is equal to the difference between the energies of the two states. This energy emitted by the electron is equal to product of Planck constant and frequency of photon emitted by the electron.

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