Problem: Atomic emission spectra are due to electronsa. being removed from an atom.b. in an atom rising from one energy level to a higher one.c. in an atom dropping from one energy level to a lower one.d. being added to an atom. changing state from solid to liquid. 

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Atomic emission spectra are due to electrons

a. being removed from an atom.

b. in an atom rising from one energy level to a higher one.

c. in an atom dropping from one energy level to a lower one.

d. being added to an atom. changing state from solid to liquid. 

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