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Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy in chemistry or physics, the learning of emission or absorption radiations from matter (atom, ion, and molecule) when dispersed through a suitable prism. Spectroscopy is the most important tool for determining the structure of an atom, ion, or molecule. The atom of an element always produces the line spectra, are often called atomic spectra.

Electromagnetic spectrum radiation diagram or chart represent frequency, wavelength, energy in chemistry

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Electromagnetic Spectrum Diagram Electromagnetic spectrum radiation diagram and entire distribution chart represent the number of radiation spectra (frequency and wavelength) formed by the electrical field...
de Broglie wavelengths, frequency and energy relation for light photon or electron

de Broglie Relation

de Broglie Hypothesis and Relation de Broglie relation of wavelengths pointed out that just as photon light has both particle and wave nature, electrons have...
Atomic emission spectrum of hydrogen

Hydrogen Spectrum

Hydrogen Spectrum (Absorption and Emission) Hydrogen spectrum (absorption or emission), in optics, an impotent type of tool for the determination of the atomic structure of...