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When is H_{α} line in the emission spectrum of hydrogen atom obtained? Calculate the frequency of the photon emitted during this transition.

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#### Solution

Energy of an electron in the nth orbit hydrogen atom is given by ,

`E_n = -13.6//n^2eV`

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