# Do photons and gravitons emitted in quadrupole atomic transitions have the same momentum?

A transition of an electron from orbital $$3\text d$$ to $$4\text s$$ produces photons and in small chances gravitons ($$\Delta l= \pm2$$) through quadrupole transitions.

In 2 atoms, if one does this transition and emits a photon, it will gain some speed from the emission recoil. Will this recoil be the same for the graviton emitting atom? Or significantly lower due to gravity being far weaker than electromagnetism?