Stoichiometry and the Ideal Gas Law

Stoichiometry and the Ideal Gas Law - Results and...

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Results and Discussion: Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to determine the composition of a solution that contained two or more ionic salts and to construct a partial energy-level diagram for hydrogen. Observations and Data: Part A: The following colors, wavelengths and intensities were observed for each experiment: 1. Fluorescent Light Spectrum: Orange (615nm, 826 counts) Orange (579nm, ) 299 counts Yellow (577nm, 301.5 counts) Green (546nm, 2000 counts ) Violet (436nm, 504 counts) 2. Incandescent Light Bulb Spectrum: Continuous blue-red spectrum (400nm – 1000nm, 200 counts – 1300 counts) 3. Helium Spectrum: Red (707nm, 2109 counts) Red (668nm, 1600 counts) Yellow (588nm, 4000 counts) Green (502nm, 810 counts) Indigo (447nm, 395 counts) 4. Spectrum of Salt Solutions: Salt: NaCl LiCl KCl CaCl 2 SrCl 2 Color Description: Orange Red Yellow Yellow- Green, Yellow, Orange Yellow through Red
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Observed Wavelenghts: 590nm 672nm 589nm 555nm, 589nm, 624nm 589nm, 607nm, 635nm, 647nm, 664nm, 672nm, 683nm Intensity: 4081 counts 329 counts 450 counts 176 counts,
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  • Fall '09
  • Light, counts, unknown salt solution, KCl Yellow

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