Problem: The lines in the emission spectrum of hydrogen result from __________. A) electrons given off by hydrogen as it coolsB) decomposing hydrogen atomsC) electrons given off by hydrogen when it burnsD) energy given off in the form of visible light when an electron moves from a higher energy state to a lower energy stateE) protons given off when hydrogen burns

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The lines in the emission spectrum of hydrogen result from __________.

A) electrons given off by hydrogen as it cools

B) decomposing hydrogen atoms

C) electrons given off by hydrogen when it burns

D) energy given off in the form of visible light when an electron moves from a higher energy state to a lower energy state

E) protons given off when hydrogen burns

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