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Tien Wei (Tom) Lee SID: 21846711 Chem 15 Lab Lab Section 101 GSI: Jamie Kulp Experiment 7 Prelab (third week) 1. A hollow-cathode lamp has an iron cathode. When the cathode is bombarded with energetic Neon or Argon cations, excited iron atoms vaporize and emit light with
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Unformatted text preview: the same frequencies absorbed by analyte iron in the flame. The detector can then measure the amount of light that passes through the flame. Hollow cathode lamps are used because they are specifically developed for atomic absorption spectroscopy. 2....
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