PHYSICS HIGH SCHOOL

When an electron moves from the ground state to the excited state:_________ a) it emits energy and moves farther from the nucleus.
b) emits energy and moves closer to the nucleus.
c) absorbs energy and moves closer to the nucleus.
d) absorbs energy and moves farther from the nucleus.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

d) absorbs energy and moves farther from the nucleus.

Explanation:

Absorption is the phenomenon whereby the energy of a photon is taken by a particle, like an atom, whose valence electrons take this energy, moving from a lower level (ground state) to a higher level (excited state) of electronic energy, moving away from the atomic nucleus.


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How long does it take a bird to fly 2.5 km if a bird can fly 23km/h?

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Time = Distance / speed

Time =  2.5 km / 23 km/h

         = 0.1087 hours                      1 hour = 60 minutes
         =  0.1087 * 60 minutes
         =  6.522 minutes.
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When we jump on a concrete surface the feet are more seriously hurt than while jumping on a sand

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a family backpacking at Yosemite national park took 5 hours to climb a mountain trail 7.5 km long. what was the family's average speed

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Answer:

The average speed will be 1.5km/hr .

Explanation:

Distance need to be traveled = 7.5Km

Time taken = 5 hours

Average speed refers to total distance traveled with respect to total time taken .

It can be calculated as given below :

Average speed =total distance /total time taken

Substituting the values we get ,as shown below

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What does a speedometer measure? A. Average speed B. Acceleration C. Speed D. Velocity

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A speedometer measure the instantaneous speed of a vehicle.

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

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