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Answer the reflection questions using what you have learned from the

lesson and your experimental data. It will be helpful to refer to your chemistry journal notes. Answer questions in complete sentences. 

  1. In Parts I and II of the lab, what happened to the electrons of each element to produce the different colors of light? Explain your answers using important terms from the lesson and information provided in the laboratory.  


2.Stars composed of heavier (more massive) elements are often slightly older than stars made predominantly from hydrogen and helium. Based on your data, is the newly discovered star a younger star? Explain your answer.  



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