Uploaded on June 06, 2018 04:00 UTC

This is the spectrum of a mercury vapour lamp as seen through a very narrow slit.


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12 months ago, sarahc wrote:

Everything over 700nm appears to be from the heat of the tube emitting IR radiation.

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ID Title Created Author
148339 Mercury vapour narrow slit 27 Nov 17:32 gvv
148338 Mercury vapour narrow slit 27 Nov 17:32 gvv
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// spectrum.addAndUploadTag('smooth:10'); // <== to save 

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