# Finding the Frequency of a Photon Absorbed by an Electron Transition

• 1.

Suppose that an electron in a hydrogen atom transitions from {eq}n=3 {/eq} level to the {eq}n=5 {/eq} level, determine the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}9.52 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.96 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.33 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.89 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 2.

An electron in an element 'X', same with a hydrogen atom, transitions from {eq}n=2 {/eq} level to {eq}n=4 {/eq} level. Identify the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition and round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.03 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.15 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.29 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}9.11 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 3.

Given that an electron in a Bohr hydrogen atom transitions from {eq}n=1 {/eq} to {eq}n=3 {/eq} level, how much frequency of the photon is absorbed by this electron transition? Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.19 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.92 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.65 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.56 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 4.

A hydrogen atom absorbs a photon of UV light and its electrons enters {eq}n=3 {/eq} level and transitions to {eq}n=6 {/eq} level. Find the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}2.74 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.24 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.56 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 5.

If the electron of a hydrogen-like atom moves from {eq}n=1 {/eq} energy level to {eq}n=4 {/eq} energy level, what is the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition? Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}3.15 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.49 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.60 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.08 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• 6.

Solve for the frequency of light absorbed in an electron transition from second to sixth energy level of the hydrogen atom. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}7.29 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}9.85 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.80 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}9.11 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 7.

Which of the following choices corresponds to the frequency of a photon absorbed from {eq}n=2 {/eq} state to {eq}n=3 {/eq} state in a hydrogen atom?

• {eq}1.19 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.56 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.89 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.13 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 8.

Specify the frequency of light absorbed when the electron in a hydrogen atom undergoes a transition from level {eq}n=5 {/eq} to level {eq}n=7 {/eq}. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.08 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.43 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.01 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.98 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 9.

Based on Bohr's Theory, calculate the frequency of the light absorbed by a hydrogen atom during a transition from level {eq}n=1 {/eq} to {eq}n=6 {/eq}. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}3.22 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.72 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.19 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.37 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• 10.

Evaluate for the frequency of light absorbed during a transition from 7th orbit to 10th energy level in a hydrogen atom. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}5.56 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}9.98 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.65 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 11.

With an electron in a hydrogen atom transitioning from {eq}n=4 {/eq} level to the {eq}n=8 {/eq} level, compute the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.54 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.56 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.82 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.74 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 12.

Considering that an electron in a hydrogen atom moves from energy level {eq}n=1 {/eq} to {eq}n=2 {/eq}, analyze for the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition and round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}4.10 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.92 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.08 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.46 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• 13.

Using Bohr's Theory, cite which of the following choices is the correct frequency of the photon absorbed by a hydrogen atom during a transition from level {eq}n=2 {/eq} to {eq}n=5 {/eq}.

• {eq}9.52 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.89 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}8.87 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.54 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 14.

Choose for the correct frequency of a photon absorbed by moving from level {eq}n=8 {/eq} to level {eq}n=11 {/eq} in a hydrogen atom.

• {eq}1.64 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.22 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.84 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 15.

Assume that the electron of a hydrogen-like atom transitions from energy level {eq}n=3 {/eq} to energy level {eq}n=7 {/eq}. Assess which of the options below is the corresponding frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition.

• {eq}2.22 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.38 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.98 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.32 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 16.

Suppose that an electron in an element, such as a hydrogen atom, transitions from {eq}n=5 {/eq} energy level to the {eq}n=8 {/eq} energy level, identify the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}8.00 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.43 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.83 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.12 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 17.

An electron in a Bohr hydrogen atom, transitions from the fourth to the sixth energy level. Find the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition and round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.14 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.96 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.72 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.32 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 18.

Given that an electron in a hydrogen atom transitions from level {eq}n=7 {/eq} to {eq}n=9 {/eq}, which of the following is the corresponding frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition?

• {eq}2.72 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.07 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.65 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}5.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 19.

A hydrogen atom absorbs a photon and its electrons enters an energy level of {eq}n=3 {/eq} and transitions to {eq}n=4 {/eq} energy level. Identify the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.60 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.98 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}6.15 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}5.70 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 20.

If the electron of a hydrogen atom moves from {eq}n=6 {/eq} level to {eq}n=9 {/eq} level, how much frequency of the photon is absorbed by this electron transition? Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}5.06 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.66 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.29 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.32 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 21.

Compute for the frequency of light absorbed in an electron transition from {eq}n=2 {/eq} to {eq}n=7 {/eq} energy level of the hydrogen-like atom. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}7.80 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.54 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.29 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}8.87 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 22.

What is the frequency of a photon absorbed from the sixth state to the tenth state in a hydrogen atom?

• {eq}4.56 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}5.83 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.83 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.24 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 23.

Choose the corresponding frequency of light absorbed when an electron in a hydrogen atom undergoes a transition from level {eq}n=4 {/eq} to level {eq}n=9 {/eq}.

• {eq}3.19 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.46 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.86 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.65 \times 10^{15}~Hz {/eq}

• 24.

Based on Bohr's Theory, solve for the frequency of the photon absorbed by a hydrogen atom during a transition from {eq}n=7 {/eq} to {eq}n=11 {/eq} orbit. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}9.41 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.99 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}5.69 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 25.

Cite the correct frequency of light absorbed during a transition from orbit of {eq}n=3 {/eq} to {eq}n=8 {/eq} in a hydrogen atom. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}3.13 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.33 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.16 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.38 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 26.

With an electron in a hydrogen atom transitioning from fifth to tenth level, calculate for the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}9.85 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}9.52 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.17 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.64 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 27.

Considering that an electron in a hydrogen atom transitions from a state of {eq}n=4 {/eq} to {eq}n=7 {/eq}, evaluate for the frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition. Round off your answer to the nearest hundredths.

• {eq}1.38 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.72 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.78 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.72 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• 28.

Using Bohr's Theory, analyze which of the following choices is the correct frequency of the light absorbed by a hydrogen atom during a transition from energy level {eq}n=5 {/eq} to {eq}n=6 {/eq}.

• {eq}2.22 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}4.01 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}1.04 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.49 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 29.

Select the correct frequency of a photon absorbed by moving from the sixth to seventh state in a hydrogen atom.

• {eq}1.59 \times 10^{14}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}3.37 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}7.17 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• {eq}2.42 \times 10^{13}~Hz {/eq}

• 30.

Assume that the electron of a hydrogen-like atom transitions from level {eq}n=5 {/eq} to level {eq}n=9 {/eq}. Specify which of the options below is the corresponding frequency of the photon absorbed by this electron transition.