Optical Spectroscopy (1)

Optical Spectroscopy (1) - Results and Discussions: The...

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Results and Discussions: The emission spectra from various sources were determined. A partial energy level diagram was determined using wavelengths found from the hydrogen spectrum. Intensities are listed out of ten. Fluorescent Light Spectrum The fluorescent light was observed using the spectrometer and computer software. Wavelength (λ) (nm) 495 450 620 Intensity 4 8 7 Color violet Incandescent Light bulb Spectrum The incandescent bulb was observed using the spectrometer. The spectrum was found to be continuous. Helium Spectrum Helium was observed using the spectrometer and the computer. Wavelength (λ) (nm) 387 431 448 586 668 706 Intensity 0.5 7.5 0.43 5 2.96 1.75 Color Red Red Spectrum of Salt Solutions The emission spectra of salt solutions were determined using a computer. NaCl Wavelength (λ) (nm) 5589 Intensity 10 Color yellow LiCl – Wavelength (λ) (nm) 669 Intensity 2.2 Color red KCl Wavelength (λ) (nm) 768 Intensity 10 Color red
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CaCl 2 Wavelength (λ) (nm) 554 Intensity 219
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