Spectroscopy and Atomic Spectra
Chemistry 1210L-05H Mark
In the Spectroscopy and Atomic Spectra Lab the student is to build or locate a cereal box spectroscope. To build this equipment one needs to gather a box, razor blades or notecards, graph paper and a small piece of a diffraction grating. Once the equipment has been gathered cut a small hole in the side of the box; this will be the eyehole where the student will tape on the diffraction grating. A line must then be drawn straight out from the center of this hole. On the other side of the box a bigger hole about two and a half inches long and one inch wide should be cut. Graph paper will then be attached over the hole so that there is a scale for the lab. At a 30 degree…show more content… It also helps to give an understanding of absorption lines and emission spectrums. Works Cited
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