If an electron in an hydrogen atom jumps from an orbit ${n}_{i}=3$ to an orbit with level ${n}_{f}=2$, the frequency of the emitted radiation is

(1)                (2) v = $\frac{CR}{6}$                (3) v =              (4) v  =

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Bohr's model of atom
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The energy of a hydrogen atom in its ground state is -13.6 eV. The energy of the level corresponding to the quantum number n = 5 is

(1) - 0.54 eV          (2) - 5.40 eV          (3) - 0.85 eV          (4) -2.72 eV

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Bohr's model of atom
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The wave number of a photon in Brackett series of hydrogen atom is $\frac{9}{400}R$. The electron has transited from the orbit havit quantum number [Odisha JEE 2012]

(1) 5              (2) 6             (3) 4                 (4) 7

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Spectral series
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In an experiment to determine the e/m value for an electron using Thomson's method the electrostatic deflection plates were 0.01 m apart and had a potential difference of 200 volts applied. Then the electric field strength between the plates is

(1)                           (2)

(3)                           (4)

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Various atomic model
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Which of the following spectral series in hydrogen atom gives spectral line of 4860 $\stackrel{0}{A}$?

(1) Lyman          (2) Balmer         (3) Paschen             (4) Brackett

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Spectral series
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Hydrogen $\left({}_{1}H_{1}\right)$, Deuterium $\left({}_{1}H_{2}\right)$, singly ionised Helium ${\left({}_{2}H{e}^{4}\right)}^{+}$ and doubly ionised lithium ${\left({}_{3}L{i}^{6}\right)}^{++}$ all have one electron around  the nucleus. Consider an electron transition from n = 2 to n = 1. If the wave lengths of emitted radiation are  and ${\lambda }_{4}$ respectively then approximately which one of the following is correct [JEE (Main) 2014]

(1) $4{\lambda }_{1}=2{\lambda }_{2}=2{\lambda }_{3}={\lambda }_{4}$                  (2) ${\lambda }_{1}=2{\lambda }_{2}=2{\lambda }_{3}={\lambda }_{4}$

(3) ${\lambda }_{1}={\lambda }_{2}=4{\lambda }_{3}=9{\lambda }_{4}$                    (4) ${\lambda }_{1}=2{\lambda }_{2}=3{\lambda }_{3}={\lambda }_{4}$

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Bohr's model of atom
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To explain his theory, Bohr used

(1) conservation of linear momentum

(2) conservation of angular momentum

(3) conservation of quantum  frequency

(4) conservation of energy

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Bohr's model of atom
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The minimum wavelength of X-rays produced by electrons accelerated by a potential difference of V volt is equal to

(1) $\frac{eV}{hc}$               (2) $\frac{eh}{cV}$               (3) $\frac{hc}{eV}$               (4) $\frac{cV}{eh}$

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X-ray
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The graph between the square root of the frequency of a specific line of the characteristic spectrum of X-rays and the atomic number of the target will be:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

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X-ray
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The wavelength of ${K}_{\alpha }$ X-rays for lead isotopes  respectively. Then

(1) ${\lambda }_{1}={\lambda }_{2}>{\lambda }_{3}$                         (2) ${\lambda }_{1}>{\lambda }_{2}>{\lambda }_{3}$

(3) ${\lambda }_{1}<{\lambda }_{2}<{\lambda }_{3}$                         (4) ${\lambda }_{2}={\lambda }_{1}={\lambda }_{3}$

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X-ray