Experiment 16

Experiment 16 - Experiment 16: Atomic Spectroscopy...

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Experiment 16: Atomic Spectroscopy Introduction: The overall purpose of this lab was to observe the different types of wavelengths emitted from various elements using a spectroscope and burning specific elements. Pre-lab: Attached Data: Part 1
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Color of Emission Wavelength (nm) Spectroscope Scale Reading Violet 404.7 4.6 Blue 435.8 5 Green 546.1 5.5
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Yellow 579.0 6.1
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Calibration line= y=.007445x +1.614 Part 2
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Color of Emission Scale Reading Observed Wavelength (nm) Accepted Wavelength (nm) Violet 4.5 383.9 410 Blue 5 451.1 434 Green 5.7 545.14 486
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Yellow 6.2 612.3 656 Part 3 Salt Solution Color CaCl 2 Red orange NaCl Orange SrCl Red BaCl 2 Red LiCl Green KCl Pink Calculations: Attached Discussion: The overall purpose of this lab was to observe the different types of wavelengths emitted from various elements using a spectroscope and burning specific elements. In the first part of the experiment we used a spectroscope to observe various forms of light. First we calibrated our spectroscope by looking into natural light which
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