How do you find the wavelength of the Balmer series spectral line corresponding to n = 12 [Solved]

How do you find the wavelength of the Balmer series spectral line corresponding to n = 12

= 911.76 * 10^-10 * (4 * 12^2) / (12^2 4)

= 911.76 * 10^-10 * (4 * 12^2) / (12^2 4)

= 3.75 * 10^-7 m

= 3.75 * 10^-7 m

1 angstrom = 10^-10 m

1 angstrom = 10^-10 m

the wavelength of this series photons can be found by equating the general level transition energy equation with hc/(lambda) or the popular Rydberg wave no. formula.

= 911.76 (Angstoms) * 4n^2/(n^2 4)

1/(lamda) = R ( 1/22 1/1212 )

1 angstrom = 10^-10 m

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