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Would you expect to see hydrogen Balmer lines in the spectra of stars with temperatures of 3200 K?



Yes; these stars are so hot that most of the hydrogen is ionized and the atoms cannot absorb energy.



No; these stars are so cool that nearly all of the electrons in the hydrogen atom are in the ground state.



No; stars of this temperature are too cool to produce an absorption spectrum.



Yes; stars of this temperature are too hot to produce an absorption spectrum.

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