Problem: How much energy is emitted in kJ/mol when an electron in the H atom transitions from n=6 to n=2? A. 275 B. 292 C 302 D. 310 E. 321

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How much energy is emitted in kJ/mol when an electron in the H atom transitions from n=6 to n=2?

A. 275

B. 292

C 302

D. 310

E. 321

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