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written by the Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and Dean A. Zollman
The Spectroscopy Lab Suite contains 10 simulations that illustrate optical emission and absorption from atoms and solids. These illustrations show bound state energy levels, electronic transitions, spectra, and illustrations of the physical systems being modeled. Instructions on using the simulations are provided with each.
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Spectroscopy Lab Suite:
Is Referenced By Hydrogen Spectroscopy
Hydrogen Spectrum uses the spectroscopy lab to connect observed spectra to transitions between atomic energy levels.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Gas Spectroscopy
Gas Lamp Emission is an example of spectroscopy of gasseous media.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Creating an Energy Level to Model LEDs
This activity is used to establish the connection between band structure and observable spectrarelation by Bruce Mason
Contains Infrared Detector: Card Model
The Infrared Detector builds on the connection between spectra and band structure to show how an infrared detector card worksrelation by Bruce Mason
Contains Ruby Laser
The Ruby Laser activity offers a simple introduction to the role of transitions between energy bands in laser spectra.relation by Bruce Mason
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