It [the excited electron] will move into the next - lowest - available Orbital.
This electron is called excited.
The excited electron move up.
Its energy level increases, it becomes more excited, and it moves more quickly. As an electron moves from a higher energy level to a lower energy level, energy is released and a specific color of light is emitted for each element.
it get excited and goes to higher energy level.
When the electrons are at higher energy level,they are said to be excited state.
The electron gains energy as it moves to a higher energy level
moves from an 'excited' higher energy level, to a lower energy level.
ground to excited
An electron from an inner energy level may move to an outer energy level
The electron in the atom becomes excited as something adds energy to it, moving it to a higher energy level. When the electron moves back to the normal energy level, called a ground state, it emits light of a given frequency.
An electron from an inner energy level may move to another level.
When an electron falls from an excited level to a lower energy level, the energy will be released as photons of light.
A ground state is an outer orbital electron of an element that is at its lowest possible energy level. The electron in an excited state has a higher energy level than a ground state electron. The average distance from the nucleus is greater in the excited state than in the ground state.
It has to absorb energy so as to get excited from second to third energy level.
A quantum of energy is a specific amount of energy given off when an excited electron drops an energy level.
an Excited Atom
The atom is in its Excited State.
Excited electrons are on higher levels of the electron clouds. It takes more energy to get them to the higher level, and energy is lost when they fall. When that energy is lost, a an x-ray photon is emitted.
A photon, one for each event.
as the electron gets excited to the excited level by gaining certain amount of energy which is equal to the difference in the energies of its initial and final energy states. After a certain period of time the electron jumps back tom lower level by emitting same amount of energy as the difference between the energy of the upper level (the level electron jumped off) and that of lower level. So the energy differences of orbits in an atom and the light emitted by the atom is same
if an electron gains enough energy it jumps to a higher energy level. when this happens the atom is in an "excited" state.
a photon is emitted when an excited electron falls to a lower energy level.
As you may know, there are different 'levels' in which an electron might be outside the nucleus of an atom. If an electron receives a photon of a certain wavelength it will absorb the energy and jump onto the next level or so. However, electrons do not like to be excited therefore it releases the energy again and jumps down to a lower level.