Problem: The Rydberg equation is an empirical equation that describes mathematically 1. the lines in the emission spectrum of hydrogen. 2. the results of the cathode ray experiments. 3. the results of the oil drop experiment. 4. the Bohr model of the atom 5. the possible paths of two isotopes of the same element in a constant magnetic field in a mass spectrometer.

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The Rydberg equation is an empirical equation that describes mathematically

1. the lines in the emission spectrum of hydrogen.

2. the results of the cathode ray experiments.

3. the results of the oil drop experiment.

4. the Bohr model of the atom

5. the possible paths of two isotopes of the same element in a constant magnetic field in a mass spectrometer.

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