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Balmer Series
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airesex2
2022-05-02

Balmer Series
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Edith Mayer
2022-04-12

Wavelength of emission (nm) - Color

400-450 - Violet

450-490 - Blue

490-550 - Green

550-580 - Yellow

580-650 - Orange

650-700 - Red

Balmer Series
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Jaeden Weaver
2022-04-12

Emission Spectrum
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Damion Hardin
2022-04-12

$\frac{1}{\lambda}={R}_{\mathrm{\infty}}{Z}^{2}(\frac{1}{{n}_{1}^{2}}-\frac{1}{{n}_{2}^{2}})$

Where ${n}_{1}$ is the number of the original energy level and ${n}_{2}$ is the number of the final energy level and where ${n}_{1}>{n}_{2}$

However, this does not calculate the intensity of the lines. Is there anyway to model the intensity using ${n}_{1}$, ${n}_{2}$ and/or $Z$, assuming that the brightest line has an intensity of 1?

Emission Spectrum
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arbixerwoxottdrp1l
2022-04-07

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