Lab1 - ` Lab 1: Spectroscopy of Atoms and Ions Kaelyn...

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Lab 1: Spectroscopy of Atoms and Ions Kaelyn Petras Kristin Magruder LBS171L Section 008 TA: Merideth Lindeman Fitzpatrick 1
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September 19, 2006 Based on Oxygen Wavelength of  Spectroscopy Wavelength of Ocean  Optics 500 510.7 550 534.3 590 600.5 630 643.8 700 698.3 750 749.4 2 Wavelength Calibrations (nm) y = 0.9868x + 11.024 250 350 450 550 650 750 850 250 350 450 550 650 750 850 Wavelength based on Spectroscope Wavelength based on Ocean Optics Series1 Linear (Series1)
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Exploritory Questions: 1. When looking into a Florescent Light, the highest wavelength noted was  710 nm.  The lowest was 490 nm.  Although in other elements, such in  Oxygen or Neon, higher and lower wavelengths were seen.  For someone  who is colored blind, the spectroscopy would look very different.  Depending on the form of color blindness a person has, black spaces  would be noticed throughout the spectroscopy.  Lower and higher 
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