The energy levels of a particular quantum object are −8.2 eV, −4.4 eV, and −1.8 eV. If a collection of these objects is bombarded by an electron beam so that there are some objects in each excited state, what are the energies of the photons that will be emitted?
1. 12.6 eV, 2.6 eV, 10 eV
2. 3.8 eV, 12.6 eV, 2.6 eV
3. −8.2 eV, −4.4 eV, −1.8 eV
4. 3.8 eV, 6.4 eV, 2.6 eV
5. 8.2 eV, −4.4 eV, −1.8 eV
6. −3.8 eV, −6.4 eV, −2.6 eV
7. 6.4 eV, −4.4 eV, 1.8 eV
8. 3.8 eV, 6.2 eV, 12.6 eV
9. 10 eV, −3.8 eV, 6.4 eV
10. 12.6 eV, 10 eV, 6.2 eV
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