The uses and wonder of spectroscopes
Spectroscopes usage in science
spectrums for spectrascopes
*Emission light spectrum
*Continuous light spectrum
*Absorption light spectrum
Each of these spectrum have slightly different requirements to achieve their states by passing through certain matter.
Knowing this we can figure out what elements are in a star by figuring out which spectrum the light resides in.
What different elements with different spectrum's
Such as how Absorption lines are created by having light from a hot source then passing through a cool gas to form.
Then there is Emission lines which are created by a hot gas with a source of energy nearby.
And finally the Continuous spectrum which is produced through incandescent solids and by gases under high pressure.
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