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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Rydberg's Equation
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(Atomic number^2)*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Wave number of spectral lines
Wave number of particle=([R]*(Atomic number^2))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Wave number associated with photon
Wave number of particle=([R]/([hP]*[c]))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Energy gap between two orbits
Energy gap between orbits=[Rydberg]*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for hydrogen
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Frequency of photon when energy levels are given
Frequency of photon=[R]*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Brackett Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(4^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Paschen Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(3^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Lyman series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(1^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Pfund Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(5^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Energy of electron in final orbit
Energy in final orbit=(-([Rydberg]/(Final orbit^2))) GO

9 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Rydberg's Equation
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(Atomic number^2)*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Wave number of spectral lines
Wave number of particle=([R]*(Atomic number^2))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Wave number associated with photon
Wave number of particle=([R]/([hP]*[c]))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for hydrogen
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Brackett Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(4^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Paschen Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(3^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Lyman series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(1^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Rydberg's Equation for Pfund Series
Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(5^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) GO
Wave number when frequency of photon is given
Wave number of particle=Frequency of photon/[c] GO

Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series Formula

Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
ν'=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(n<sub>f</sub>^2))
More formulas
Number Of Spectral Lines GO
Rydberg's Equation GO
Rydberg's Equation for hydrogen GO
Rydberg's Equation for Lyman series GO
Rydberg's Equation for Paschen Series GO
Rydberg's Equation for Brackett Series GO
Rydberg's Equation for Pfund Series GO
Energy of stationary state of hydrogen GO
Energy gap between two orbits GO
Energy of electron in initial orbit GO
Energy of electron in final orbit GO
Frequency associated with a photon GO
Frequency of photon when energy levels are given GO
Energy gap when energy of two levels are given GO
Wave number associated with photon GO
Wave number of spectral lines GO
Wavelength of all spectral lines GO

What is Rydberg's Equation?

When an electron transfers from one atomic orbital to another, its energy changes. When an electron shift from an orbital with high energy to a lower energy state, a photon of light is generated. A photon of light gets absorbed by the atom when the electron moves from low energy to a higher energy state. The Rydberg Formula is applicable to the spectra of the different elements. For the Balmer series, n1=2.

How to Calculate Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series?

Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series calculator uses Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)) to calculate the Wave number of particle, The Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series is used to determine the wavelength of light emitted by an electron moving between the energy levels of an atom where the energy level is 2. Wave number of particle and is denoted by ν' symbol.

How to calculate Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series, enter Final orbit (nf) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = [Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(2^2)).

FAQ

What is Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series?
The Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series is used to determine the wavelength of light emitted by an electron moving between the energy levels of an atom where the energy level is 2 and is represented as ν'=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(nf^2)) or Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)). Final orbit is a number that is related to the principal quantum number or energy quantum number.
How to calculate Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series?
The Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series is used to determine the wavelength of light emitted by an electron moving between the energy levels of an atom where the energy level is 2 is calculated using Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(2^2)-1/(Final orbit^2)). To calculate Rydberg's Equation for Balmer Series, you need Final orbit (nf). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Final orbit and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Wave number of particle?
In this formula, Wave number of particle uses Final orbit. We can use 9 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(Atomic number^2)*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(1^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(3^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(4^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=[Rydberg]*(1/(5^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=Frequency of photon/[c]
  • Wave number of particle=([R]/([hP]*[c]))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
  • Wave number of particle=([R]*(Atomic number^2))*(1/(Initial orbit^2)-1/(Final orbit^2))
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