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( Delta E=E_{0}left(frac{1}{n_{1}^{2}}-frac{1}{n_{p}^{2}}right) )
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( Delta E=E_{0}left(frac{1}{x_{1}, 2}-frac{1}{n_{2}}right) )
( 100=operatorname{to}left(frac{1}{(1)^{2}}-frac{1}{(infty)^{2}}right) )
( sqrt{100}=E_{0} )
( Delta E=t_{0}left(frac{1}{n_{2}^{2}}-frac{1}{n_{infty}^{2}}right) )
( Delta E=t_{0}left(frac{1}{2}right)^{2} )
( Delta E quad 2 frac{100}{4}=2 ) sunits

# C-2. Energy required to pull out an electron from 16 orbit of hydrogen atom to infinity is 100 units. The amount of energy needed to pull out the electron from 2nd orbit to infinity is : (1) 50 units (2) 100 units (3) 25 units :. (4) Zero

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