Assume a hydrogen atom in the ground state. Observe the energy diagram of the electronic levels for the hydrogen atom and judge the following items:
I. The atom can absorb any form of energy, but not any amount of energy.
II. If an electron receiving energy goes into an excited state, returning to its ground state can release any form of energy.
III. The atom can absorb a photon of 10.2 eV, but can not absorb a photon with 11 eV.
IV. An electron with an energy of 11 eV can, after collision with the atom in question, transfer part of its energy by exciting the hydrogen atom.
V. An electron with energy of 10 eV can, after collision with the atom in question, transfer part of its energy by exciting the hydrogen atom
SAW. Atom in the ground state is the same as the neutral atom.
VII. The photon emitted by hydrogen when its electron returns from level 3 to level 2 has wavelength greater than the photon emitted in the return from level 4 to level 2.
VIII. The ionization energy of hydrogen is 13.6 eV? (show)
IX. By supplying 13.65 eV to the hydrogen atom in the ground state, thereafter the electron of the same has discontinuous energy.
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