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In a chemistry technique known as flame photometry, a sample gets burned in a high-temperature flame, and the amount of light at a specific wavelength is measured to identify the elements within the sample. Which of the following is this technique based upon? A. emission spectra B. absorption spectra C. continuous spectra D. noncontinuous spectra

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  1. Michele_Laino
    • one year ago
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    I'm pondering...

  2. anonymous
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    ok! :)

  3. Michele_Laino
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    I think emission spectra, namely option A

  4. anonymous
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    ohhh okay! thank you!:D

  5. rvc
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    @Michele_Laino is awesome :)

  6. anonymous
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    i have to agree with that @rvc :) you rock @Michele_Laino !!:D

  7. Michele_Laino
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    more explanation: the flame gives energy to tha atoms of the substance, and those atoms go into an excited quantum state, now that state is temporary, so it will disappear. In doing so the electrons will communicate the absorbed quantums of light by means of emission spectra

  8. anonymous
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    ahh okie! thank you!:D

  9. Michele_Laino
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    :)

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