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written by the Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and Dean A. Zollman
This resource, part of the Spectroscopy Lab Suite, simulates optical transitions in gasses. Spectra from gas emission tubes are shown, along with a tool for students to create bound state energy levels and electronic transitions to match the observed spectra.
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Gas Lamp Emission:
Is Required By Hydrogen Spectroscopy
The Hydrogen Spectrum tutorial uses this tool to relate observed emmision spectra to transitions between atomic energy levels.relation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Gas Lamp Absorption
Gas Lamp Absorption complements Gas Lamp Emission by allowing the learner to perform the same electronic transition activities while observing the absorption spectrum.relation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Hydrogen Spectroscopy II
The Gas Lamp Emission activity involves one less energy level and allows the learner to select atomic gas sources other than Hydrogen.relation by Bruce Mason
Is Part Of Visual Quantum Mechanics
Visual Quantum Mechanics contains a series of simulations, tutorials, and pedagogy to help in the learning of concepts in quantum physics. This material is suitable for a wide range of students.relation by Bruce Mason
Is Referenced By NARST 1999: Research on Teaching and Learning Quantum Mechanics
This conference proceeding contains a paper which reports the effectiveness of implementing elements of the Visual Quantum Mechanics in the high school and introductory college physics class setting.relation by Bruce Mason
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