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Quantum Mechanics- Window to Atomic Structure Sam Eichenblatt Having read the Georgia Institute of Technology Academic Honor code, I understand and accept my responsibility as a member of the Georgia Tech Community to uphold the Academic Honor Code at all times. In addition, I understand my options for reporting honor violations as detailed in the code. September 30 th , 2009 Alexis Wilson A2
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Abstract The experiment was split into two parts. In the first part Mercury, Hydrogen, Helium, Neon atoms were excited and analyzed with a spectroscope, which uses mirrors and diffraction, to find the location of their emission lines. A white fluorescent light was also used to see the entire spectrum of light. When compared to the actual emission lines the data collected was correct. The second part of the experiment dealt with the light coming from burning different metal ions. The experiment showed the excited states of Ca(NO 3 ) 2 , Sr(NO 3 ) 2 , LiNO 3 , and Ba(NO 3 ) 2 . Introduction The objective of the first experiment was to gather data and later analyze it to test Schrodinger’s equation. The data was collected via spectroscope and written down for later analyzing. The data proved Schrodinger’s equation when it was applied after the lab. In the
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