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in emission spectrum of hydrogen, which series of spectrum has weak intensity and strong intensity and why? please answer as soon as possible

in emission spectrum of hydrogen, which series of spectrum has weak intensity and strong intensity and why? please answer as soon as possible

Grade:12

1 Answers

Aman Bansal
592 Points
9 years ago

Dear Sana,

A hydrogen discharge tube is a slim tube containing hydrogen gas at low pressure with an electrode at each end. If you put a high voltage across this (say, 5000 volts), the tube lights up with a bright pink glow.
If the light is passed through a prism or diffraction grating, it is split into its various colours. What you would see is a small part of the hydrogen emission spectrum. Most of the spectrum is invisible to the eye because it is either in the infra-red or the ultra-violet.
The photograph shows part of a hydrogen discharge tube on the left, and the three most easily seen lines in the visible part of the spectrum on the right.

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