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written by the Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and Dean A. Zollman
This tutorial covers the topics of spectra and spectroscopy, focusing on the hydrogen atom. Questions are provided for students to explore the material, and interactive simulations are used for interactive investigations. This resource is a part of the Visual Quantum Mechanics project.
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Modern Physics
- Atomic Physics
Quantum Physics
- Bound State Systems
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- High School
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absorption spectra, atomic spectra, emission spectra, quantum applications, spectroscopy, spectrum, tutorial
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Kansas State Physics Education Research Group, & Zollman, D. (2003). Hydrogen Spectroscopy. Retrieved December 22, 2014, from http://web.phys.ksu.edu/vqm/tutorials/hydrogen/
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Hydrogen Spectroscopy:

References Spectroscopy Lab Suite

The Spectroscopy Lab Suite illustrates the connection between observed spectra and transitions between atomic energy levels.

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References Hydrogen Spectroscopy II

Hydrogen Spectroscopy II further resolves the connection between observed spectra and atomic transitions, by including more energy levels

relation by Bruce Mason
Requires Gas Lamp Absorption

The Gas Lamp Absorption simulation connects observed spectra to transitions between atomic energy levels.

relation by Bruce Mason
Requires Gas Lamp Emission

The Gas Lamp Emission simulation connects observed emmision spectra to transitions between atomic energy levels.

relation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Applying Spectra and Energy Diagrams to Learn About Stars

Both tutorials address the relationship between atomic spectra and electronic transitions

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