What color is next to yellow in the spectrum and has lower energy?
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Asked in Visible Light Spectrum
Which color of visible light has the lowest energy photons?
How do electrons create the colors in a line emission spectrum?
Which has more energy a photon of red light or photon of violet light?
The violet light has more energy than the red light. Red light is lower on the electromagnetic spectrum, meaning it has a lower frequency (or longer wavelength). You'll recall the colors of the rainbow as red, orange, yellow, etc., and these are the colors going up the frequency spectrum. Photons higher on the spectrum are higher in frequency and energy.
Asked in Chemistry
A line spectrum is produced when an electron moves from one energy level?
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
When an electron drops from a higher energy state to a lower energy state?
Asked in Science, Radio, Visible Light Spectrum
Are radio waves higher or lower than visible light?
Asked in Coca-Cola
Why are coke bottles green?
Iron is added to the glass to cause the color to be green. When iron absorbs energy in the form of light, it causes the molecules to go from a lower energy state to a higher energy state. This higher energy state is unstable so the molecules will give off energy to return to a lower or more stable state. When the energy is given off, it will be in the frequency range of 89 nanometers. This frequency range just happens to be in the visible spectrum that humans can see. If you look up where 89 nanometers is in this spectrum you will see the characteristic color is green.
Asked in Nebulae
Which type of spectrum is produced by nebulae consisting of atoms that release photons when electrons jump from high-energy states to lower-energy states?
Asked in Chemistry
Which solution red or blue absorbs light of highest energy?
What has lower energy yellow lights or green lights?
Asked in Physics
What is a Line Spectrum?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What do Each of the colored lines in hydrogen's emission spectrum corresponds with?
Atomic spectra and electron energy levels?
The atomic spectra of an element is basically the lines of color that appear when an electron jumps down or up an energy level. Depending on the shells that an electron jumps is the intensity or the color omitted. The colors that we see (yellow, orange, red, green, blue, purple) mean different level jumps with purple being the highest and yellow being the lowest. The higher the energy level the lower the wavelength omitted and the lower the energy jump the higher the wavelength.
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White light can be separated into spectrum of colors because each color of light?
Has a different wavelength and energy. At the red end of the spectrum the wavelength is longer and frequency is lower, it will be less easily refracted than light towards the blue end of the spectrum, which is higher in frequency and has a shorter wavelength. The separation of the colours is called dispersion.
Does blue light have more energy than yellow?
Yes. Blue light has a lower wavelength than yellow light, which is why it is perceived by out eyes as a different color. Blue light's wavelength is around 450 nanometers and yellow light's wavelength is around 575 nanometers. since the speed of light is constant for all light, and frequency is the speed of light over the wavelength of the light, the larger the wavelength, the lower the frequency. And the lower the frequency, the lower the energy. So the shorter wavelength of light (in this case, blue colored light) has a faster frequency, and therefore more energy.
Is red a higher frequency color of visible light in the electromagnetic spectrum?
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How do you get vaughn back down to a yellow heart in harvest moon island of happiness. I accidentally didnt do the yellow heart event?
What causes the lines in the emission spectrum for elements?
Asked in Chemistry
Bohr used the emission spectrum of hydrogen to support his idea that?
Each energy level corresponds to an exact amount of energy needed by the electron to orbit the nucleus. Transitions from a higher energy level to a lower energy level correspond to the difference in the energy needed for an electron to occupy those two energy levels. This difference creates the emission spectrum.