We know for a fact that if an electron absorbs a photon with enough energy it gets excited to a higher energy level, which increases that electron's total energy and we know that energy can present itself either with rest mass energy, kinetic energy and potential energy. And we know from Bohr equations that the higher the r(radius) is lower the linear velocity is,
so its kinetic energy should decrease and be converted into potential energy? If so , if it is just a matter of energy conversion between kinetic and potential energies how does the total energy of an excited electron increase?
How does the photon energy that excites an electron to a higher energy level shared between the potential and kinetic energy of that electron?