Subject: why the observed line spectrum provides evidence for discrete levels
Date: Thu Oct 19 16:05:21 2000
Posted by peter
Grade level: undergrad
City: pamona State/Province: nj
Area of science: Chemistry
sample of hydrogen gas at very low pressure is subjected to high voltage,
is emitted and than passed through a prism and adiscrete, specific
wavelengths which are constant for hydrogen is seen. Why does the line
spectrum provide evidence for discrete energy levels in the atom? Where
does photonscome in?
Re: why the observed line spectrum provides evidence for discrete levels
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