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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND IT TYPES Chromatography is an analytical method widely employed in the field of chemistry and biology for separation.  The method is used mostly with a natural occurring substance, because most of this naturally Read More

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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND IT TYPES Chromatography is an analytical method widely employed in the field of chemistry and biology for separation.  The method is used mostly with a natural occurring substance, because most of this naturally Read More

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CHROMATOGRAPHY AND IT TYPES Chromatography is an analytical method widely employed in the field of chemistry and biology for separation.  The method is used mostly with a natural occurring substance, because most of this naturally Read More

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Question 3 : Calculate the wavelength in angstroms of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a hydrogen atom which undergoes a transition between energy levels of -1.36×10−19J and ‘-5.45 ×10−19J. (Take Planck??s constant h = 6.6 ×10′−34Js)

Question 3 : Calculate the wavelength in angstroms of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a hydrogen atom which undergoes a transition between energy levels of -1.36×10−19J and ‘-5.45 ×10−19J. (Take Planck??s constant h = 6.6 ×10′−34Js) E1– E2 Read More

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Question 3 : Calculate the wavelength in angstroms of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a hydrogen atom which undergoes a transition between energy levels of -1.36×10−19J and ‘-5.45 ×10−19J. (Take Planck??s constant h = 6.6 ×10′−34Js)

Question 3 : Calculate the wavelength in angstroms of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a hydrogen atom which undergoes a transition between energy levels of -1.36×10−19J and ‘-5.45 ×10−19J. (Take Planck??s constant h = 6.6 ×10′−34Js) E1– E2 Read More