Spectral Emissions - Electrons, Light
This is a fantastic lab that will aid in your student’s understanding of the emission spectra for various gaseous substances. With the detailed background section, students will be able to explain what each color in the line spectra represents and why each spectra is unique. The teacher prep guide is very helpful for planning and preparation.
Materials your students will need:
•Various gas emission tubes
*Suggestions for each of these items are given in the helpful teacher guide.*
Great lab for any chemistry or physics teacher teaching a unit on light!
Other Light and Electron Configurations lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Introduction to Electron Configurations
Lesson Plan: How to Write Electron Configurations and Orbital Notations
Lesson Plan: Noble Gas Abbreviations, Valence Electrons, and Configurations for Ions
Lesson Plan: Writing Quantum Numbers for Electrons
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Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Flame Test
Lab Activity: Spectral Emissions
Color By Number: Light Calculations
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