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Q: How do the energy differences between the higher energy levels of an atom compare with the energy differences between the lower energy levels of an atom? a.) they are greater in magnitude than those
between lower energy levels b.) they are smaller in magnitude than those between lower energy levels c.) there is no significant difference in the magnitudes of these differences d.) no answer can be determined from the information given
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