Chapter 2 Homework

Chapter 2 Homework - Chapter 2 Fill In the Blank 6. The...

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Chapter 2 Fill In the Blank 6. The peak of an object’s emitted radiation occurs at a frequency or wavelength determined by the object’s _______. 7. Two identical objects have temperatures of 1000 K and 1200 K. It is observed that one of the objects emits roughly twice as much radiation as the other. Which one is it? _______. 8. Blackbody radiation is an example of a _______ spectrum. 11. An absorption spectrum is produced when a _______ gas lies in front of a continuous source. 12. Protons carry a _______ charge; electrons carry a _______ charge. 13. When moving to a higher energy level in an atom, an electron _______ a photon of a specific energy. 14. When moving to a lower energy level in an atom, an electron _______ a photon of a specific energy. 15. The "specific energy" referred to in the preceding two questions is exactly equal to the energy _______ between the two energy levels the electron moves. Review and Discussion: None
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