Bohr interpreted the lines in the spectra of gases as formed by the transitions of electrons to and from various energy-levels. This has been verified thoroughly with the hydrogen atom, and found to be correct. Bohr's formulae agreed excellently with observed line positions.
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We report benchmark calculations of reaction energies, barrier heights, and transition-state geometries for the reaction of CH 3 OH with H to produce CH 2 OH and H 2.Highly accurate composite methods, such as CBS, G2, G3S, G3X, G3SX, and multi-coefficient correlation methods (MCCMs), are used to calibrate lower-cost methods.
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Electrons in a hydrogen atom must be in one of the allowed energy levels. If an electron is in the first energy level, it must have exactly -13.6 eV of energy. If it is in the second energy level, it must have -3.4 eV of energy. An electron in a hydrogen atom cannot have -9 eV, -8 eV or any other value in between.