HIGH FREQUENCY<br />LOW FREQUENCY<br />
Planck’s Equation<br />E=hv<br />E=energy in joules<br />H=planck’s constant=6.63E-34J*s<br />V=frequency (per second or H...
Absorption and Emission Chart of Atoms<br />
Flame test<br />A flame test is a procedure used in chemistry to detect the presence of certain metal ions, based on each ...
Argon/Neon Spectral Tubes<br /><ul><li>Excited in an electrical discharge
Spectrum: disconnected bands of color
Spectrum: disconnected bands of </li></ul>Orange, yellow and green<br />
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  2. 2. HIGH FREQUENCY<br />LOW FREQUENCY<br />
  3. 3. Planck’s Equation<br />E=hv<br />E=energy in joules<br />H=planck’s constant=6.63E-34J*s<br />V=frequency (per second or Hz)<br />The energy(E) and the frequency(V) of an electromagnetic wave are directly related.<br />Electromagnetic Wave Equation<br />C=λv<br />C=speed of light=3.00E8m/s<br />λ=wavelength in meters<br />V=frequency (per second or Hz)<br />Frequency and wavelength are inversely related.<br />Wavelength and energy are inversely related.<br />
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  5. 5. Absorption and Emission Chart of Atoms<br />
  6. 6. Flame test<br />A flame test is a procedure used in chemistry to detect the presence of certain metal ions, based on each element&apos;s characteristic emission spectrum.<br />
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  14. 14. Argon/Neon Spectral Tubes<br /><ul><li>Excited in an electrical discharge
  15. 15. Spectrum: disconnected bands of color
  16. 16. Spectrum: disconnected bands of </li></ul>Orange, yellow and green<br />
  17. 17. Emission Spectrums<br />
  18. 18. More Emission Spectrums<br />Halogen<br />Flourescent<br />

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