Problem: The electron orbiting a hydrogen atom has an excited energy of -0.85 eV. What's the largest energy photon that can be emitted by this electron?

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The electron orbiting a hydrogen atom has an excited energy of -0.85 eV. What's the largest energy photon that can be emitted by this electron?

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