Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of absorption?

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In the **Bohr Model**, electrons can move up and down to different orbitals or shells based on absorbing or releasing of energy.

Concept #1: Bohr Model

Example #1: What is the value of *n* for the electron furthest from the nucleus?

Concept #2: Absorption and Emission

**Absorption** occurs when electron absorbs energy and jumps to higher energy state.**Emission** occurs when electron emits energy and falls back down to lower energy state.

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of absorption?

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of emission?

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of absorption with the greatest energy?

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Concept #1: Bohr Model (Simplified) Concept 1

Example #1: Bohr Model (Simplified) Example 1

Concept #2: Bohr Model (Simplified) Concept 2

Practice #1: Bohr Model (Simplified) Practice 1

Practice #2: Bohr Model (Simplified) Practice 2

Practice #3: Bohr Model (Simplified) Practice 3

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