Experiment 7 - The Spectrum of the Hydrogen Atom

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Procedure 1: Obtaining the Grating Lattice Constant, d First Order Position, m = 1 Wavelength of Yellow Line of Helium, λ: 587.56 nm First-Order Yellow Line Trial Left 200.88333 20.88 0.36 Right 159.30000 20.70000 0.36 20.79 0.36 0 1655.23 0.32 Procedure 2: Measuring the Spectrum of Hydrogen Atoms First Order Positions, m = 1 Red Line Left 203.61667 23.61667 0.41 Right 156.65000 23.35000 0.41 23.48 0.41 0 659.58 0.11 Green/Blue Line Left 197.21667 17.21667 0.3 Right 162.91667 17.08333 0.3 17.15 0.3 0 488.09 0.12 Purple/Blue Line Left 194.81667 14.81667 0.26 Right 164.95000 15.05000 0.26 14.93 0.26 0 426.55 0.12 2.99 0 3.97 0 5.24 0 Experiment 7: The Spectrum of the Hydrogen Atom - DATA via Excel Center Mark, θ center : 180 ± 0.00833° = π ± 0.000072722 rad Angle Value, θ abs (°) ± 0.0083333° Relative Angle, θ rel (°) ± 0.0083333° Relative Angle, θ rel (rad) ± 0.00014544 rad Average Angle, θ yellow (°) Average Angle, θ yellow (rad) Angle Uncertainty, σ θyellow (rad) Lattice Constant,
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