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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Excited_state

In quantum mechanics, an excited state of a system is any quantum state of the system that has ... If the photon has too much energy, the electron will cease to be bound to the atom, and the atom will become ionized. After excitation the atom ...

www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc/ahp/LAD/C3/C3_elecEnergy.html

When an electron is hit by a photon of light, it absorbs the quanta of energy the photon was ... have to jump around within the atom as they either gain or lose energy. ... Since the energy given off is strongly restricted to quanta, and quanta that ...

physics.bu.edu/~duffy/PY106/PhotoelectricEffect.html

Aug 6, 1999 ... When Planck's oscillating atoms lose energy, they can do so only by ... The energy lost by the atoms is given off as an electromagnetic wave.

scienceprimer.com/bohr-atom

... on the hidden, visible and comment buttons to toggle information about the atom on and off. ... Electrons can move between orbits by releasing or absorbing energy. ... The higher the excitation state, the more energy the electron contains.

socratic.org/questions/when-an-electron-goes-from-ground-state-to-excited-state-does-it-absorb-or-lose-

Nov 7, 2016 ... In order for an electron to jump into a higher energy state, it must first absorb energy (heat, light, etc). When an electron goes back down to the ...

cas.sdss.org/dr2/en/proj/advanced/spectraltypes/energylevels.asp

The x-axis shows the allowed energy levels of electrons in a hydrogen atom, numbered ... How much energy must be given off when the electron jumps from the ...

www.astronomynotes.com/light/s8.htm

Jun 10, 2010 ... In order to go to a lower energy orbit, the electron must lose energy of a certain ... It gives off a photon with energy E = h × f = E2 - E1. ... of atoms in a given state ( electrons in a given energy level) changes with the temperature.

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/High_School_Chemistry/The_Bohr_Model

On the other hand, when an electron loses energy, it falls back down to a ..... though these transitions occur, your eyes can't see the light that's given off as a ...

www.quora.com/Why-is-energy-released-when-an-electron-is-added-to-the-atom

A2A and hence response. Energy is surely released if that atom doesn't already have enough ... Since this is also an electron transition from , photons would also be given off. I have not accounted for electron repulsion - fluorine has an ...