Where to find Emission Spectra wavelength?

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Where to find Emission Spectra wavelength?

Postby oem7110 » Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:25 am

I would like to know on following elements for Emission Spectra wavelength:

1) CO2
2) N2
3) O2
4) H2
5) He2
6) Sodium
7) Potassium

Does anyone have any suggestions on where to find them?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions

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Re: Where to find Emission Spectra wavelength?

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Re: Where to find Emission Spectra wavelength?

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