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AN ATOM CONSIST OF THREE ENERGY LEVELS GIVEN BY GROUND STATE WITH ENRGY E0=0 THE FIRST EXITED STATE WITH ENEGY E1=K AND SECOND EXITED STATE WITH ENERGY E2=2K WHERE K>0 THE ATOM IS INTIALLY IN THE GROUND STATE . LIGHT  FROM THE LASER WHICH EMITS THE PHOTON WITH ENERGY 1.5K IS SHINED ON THE ATOM . THAN WHAT WILL HAPPEN: PLS EXPLAIN
 
 
 
 
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Asked by sudheerkapoor67 10th October 2017, 9:46 AM
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Answer:
  1. Energy levels of atom and energy of photons are quantized 
  2. Since the photon from the laser has energy greater than the ground state (E0) energy there will be a transition of an atom from the ground to an excited state.
  3. Energy of photon from laser is 1.5k so it cannot attain the first excited state (E1) as well as second excited state (E2)
  4. It will release the extra 0.5k energy as a photon or other form of energy and will attain the first excited state (E1)
  5. Further, the atom can again return to the ground state (E0) by releasing a photon
Answered by Expert 8th December 2017, 4:48 PM
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