Subject: Are the atomic spectrums of the isotopes of an atom different from ...
Date: Fri Jan 1 04:32:14 1999
Posted by leila malayeri
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: tehran State/Province: tehran
Area of science: Physics
I learned in Physics that the atomic spectrums of each atom is
different and I was wondering if the atomic spectrums of an the
isotopes of an atom is different from the original atom's
spectrum. I'm not sure if what I'm talking about is called an
atomic spectrum in English b/c I study in a different
language... but I think it's right.
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