Problem: Which of the following emission lines corresponds to part of the Balmer series of lines in the spectrum of a hydrogen atom?A) n2 → n1B) n4 → n2C) n4 → n1D) n3 → n2E) n4 → n3 1. B and D only2. E only3. A and C only4. A, D, and E only5. B and C only 

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Which of the following emission lines corresponds to part of the Balmer series of lines in the spectrum of a hydrogen atom?

A) n2 → n1

B) n4 → n2

C) n4 → n1

D) n3 → n2

E) n4 → n3

1. B and D only

2. E only

3. A and C only

4. A, D, and E only

5. B and C only

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