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The excited state of a certain atom is 3.2 eV ± 0.21 eV.
(a)   What is the average lifetime of this state?
(b)   If the excited energy doubled (6.4 eV ± 0.21 eV) how would the lifetime be affected?
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(a)   1.6 fs
(b)   unchanged, uncertainty still ± 0.21 eV
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