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P5.7.1.1 Measuring the Line Spectra of Inert Gases and Metal Vapors using a Prism Spectrometer
P5.7.1.1 Measuring the Line Spectra of Inert Gases and Metal Vapors using a Prism Spectrometer
P5.7.1.1 Measuring the Line Spectra of Inert Gases and Metal Vapors using a Prism Spectrometer
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P5.7.1.1 Measuring the Line Spectra of Inert Gases and Metal Vapors using a Prism Spectrometer

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Measuring the Line Spectra of Inert Gases and Metal Vapors using a Prism Spectrometer

In the experiment P5.7.1.1, the spectrometer is used to observe the spectral lines of inert gases and metal vapors which have been excited to luminance. To identify the initially “unknown” spectral lines, the angles of deviation are measured and then converted to the corresponding wavelength using the calibration curve. Note: as an alternative to the prism spectrometer, the goniometer can also be used to set up a grating spectrometer

COMPONENTS OF EQUIPMENT SETS:

1 467 231 Spectrometer with goniometer
1 451 031 Spectral lamp, He
1 451 041 Spectral lamp, Cd
1 451 16 Housing for spectral lamps
1 451 30 Universal choke, 230 V, 50 Hz
1 300 02 Stand base, V-shaped, small
1 451 011 * Spectral lamp, Ne
1 451 071 * Spectral lamp, Hg-Cd
1 451 081 * Spectral lamp, Tl
1 451 111 * Spectral lamp, Na

Articles marked with * are not included, we do however recommend them to carry out the experiment.

EXPERIMENT INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE CLICK HERE