Question 29 of 159

Using arbitrary energy units we can calculate that 864 arbitrary units (a.u.) are required to transfer an electron in hydrogen atom from the most stable Bohr's orbit to the largest distance from the nucleus 

n =    E= 0

n = 1 ;   E= -864 Arbitrary units

The energy required to transfer the electron from third Bohr's orbit to the orbit n = will be-

(a) 96 Arbitrary units

(b) 192 Arbitrary units

(c) 288 Arbitrary units

(d) 384 Arbitrary units