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Problem: Determine the energy of an electron in the given quantum level of each of the following ions. (Hint: Each of the ions has a different number of protons, but each has only one electron, so the Bohr model applies.)(a) Li2+ with n = 2(b) O7+ with n = 6

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To determine the energy of an electron in the given quantum level of each ion, we use:


En=-RH(1n2)

En = energy in J

RH = Rydberg constant, 2.178 x 10-18 J

n = principal energy level


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Determine the energy of an electron in the given quantum level of each of the following ions. (Hint: Each of the ions has a different number of protons, but each has only one electron, so the Bohr model applies.)

(a) Li2+ with n = 2

(b) O7+ with n = 6

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