Rydberg formula, Physics

Rydberg formula (Rydberg):

A formula which define all of the characteristics of hydrogen's spectrum, comprising the Lyman, Paschen, Balmer, Pfund series and Brackett,.

For the transition among an electron into orbital m to one into orbital n (or the reverse), the wavelength lambda included is given through

1/lambda = R (1/m2 - 1/n2).

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