Problem: Why does helium exhibit more emission lines than hydrogen?

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Emission is a transition process from a higher energy level to a lower energy level. The energy in a transition depends on the distance between the energy levels and the number of electrons.

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Why does helium exhibit more emission lines than hydrogen?

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