An example of an absorption

An example of an absorption - 29. kind of spectrum? 30. (1)...

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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 1. An example of an absorption-line source is 2. (1) the Sun (the whole thing, not just the interior) 3. (2) a "neon" sign 4. (3) an incandescent light bulb 5. (4) NVA 6. (5) NVA 7. 8. 9. 10. An example of an emission-line source is 11. (1) a "neon" sign 12. (2) the Sun 13. (3) an incandescent light bulb 14. (4) NVA 15. (5) NVA 16. 17. 18. 19. An example of a continuous-spectrum source is 20. (1) an incandescent light bulb 21. (2) the Sun 22. (3) a "neon" sign 23. (4) NVA 24. (5) NVA 25. 26. 27. 28. The soon-to-be-extinct incandescent light bulb (the pear-shaped one) has which
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Unformatted text preview: 29. kind of spectrum? 30. (1) continuous 31. (2) emission-line or bright-line 32. (3) absorption-line or dark-line 33. (4) NVA 34. (5) NVA 35. 36. 37. 38. The instrument which can be used to disperse (spread out) light according to 39. wavelength is the 40. (1) spectrograph 41. (2) photometer 42. (3) camera 43. (4) NVA 44. (5) NVA 45. 46. 47. 48. Which temperature scale do we have to use in talking about thermal radiation? 49. (1) Kelvin or Absolute 50. (2) Celsius or Centigrade 51. (3) Fahrenheit 52. (4) NVA 53. (5) NVA 54. 55....
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