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*Recall:* The **Balmer equation** relates the wavelength of a photon from the transition of an electron in an atom. For an absorption process, the Balmer equation is:

where **R = Rydberg constant (1.0974 × 10 ^{7} m^{–})**,

For an electron in a ground-state H atom (Z = 1), the initial energy level is n_{initial} = 1. We’re given the wavelength of a photon absorbed by this electron, λ = 97.20 nm. Converting from nm to m:

The electron in a ground-state H atom absorbs a photon of wavelength 97.20 nm. To what energy level does it move?