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When an Electron Moves from a Lower to a Higher Energy Level the Electron?

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The energy levels of electrons in an atom have differing levels of energy. When an electron moves from a lower to a higher energy level the electron absorbs more energy, becomes excited and moves more quickly.
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When an atom absorbs energy, electrons can move from lower to higher energy level. When an electron moves from a lower to a higher energy level the electron gets further away from the nucleus. The atom is said to be in an excited state at this time.
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