balmer series

  • 1Balmer series — The Balmer series or Balmer lines in atomic physics, is the designation of one of a set of six different named series describing the spectral line emissions of the hydrogen atom.The Balmer series is calculated using the Balmer formula, an… …

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  • 2Balmer series — Balmerio serija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Balmer series vok. Balmer Serie, f rus. серия Бальмера, f pranc. série de Balmer, f …

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  • 3Balmer series — Balmerio serija statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Vandenilio atomo spektro linijų serija regimojoje spektro srityje. atitikmenys: angl. Balmer series rus. серия Бальмера …

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  • 4Balmer series — /bahl meuhr/, Physics. a series of lines in the visible spectrum of hydrogen. [1960 65; named after J. J. Balmer (1825 98), Swiss physicist who derived its formula] * * * …

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  • 5Balmer series — /ˈbamə sɪəriz/ (say bahmuh searreez) noun a series of absorption or emission bands in the emission spectrum of hydrogen, representing electron transfers from higher energy levels where n>2 to the energy level where n=2. {named after JJ Balmer,… …

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  • 6Balmer series — /bahl meuhr/, Physics. a series of lines in the visible spectrum of hydrogen. [1960 65; named after J. J. Balmer (1825 98), Swiss physicist who derived its formula] …

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  • 7Balmer series — noun The set of spectral lines of the hydrogen atom that correspond to transitions involving a principal quantum number n=2 …

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  • 8Balmer — is a surname, and may refer to:People* Edwin Balmer, American science fiction writer * Florian Balmer, independent software developer living in Switzerland * Jack Balmer, English football player * Johann Jakob Balmer, Swiss mathematician and… …

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  • 9Balmer, Johann Jakob — ▪ Swiss mathematician born May 1, 1825, Lausanne, Switz. died March 12, 1898, Basel       Swiss mathematician who discovered a formula basic to the development of atomic theory and the field of atomic spectroscopy.       A secondary school… …

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  • 10Balmer-Serie — Balmerio serija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Balmer series vok. Balmer Serie, f rus. серия Бальмера, f pranc. série de Balmer, f …

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  • 11SÉRIES (spectroscopie) — SÉRIES, spectroscopie Dans le spectre d’émission d’un atome, on peut trouver des raies dont les nombres d’ondes (inverse des longueurs d’onde, o = 1/) sont exprimés par une relation du type: 靖 = R(1/n 2 1/m 2), dans laquelle R est une constante,… …

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  • 12Balmer , Johann Jakob — (1825–1898) Swiss mathematician Born in Lausanne, Switzerland, Balmer was not a professional scientist but worked as a school teacher in Basel from 1859. In 1885 he discovered that there was a simple mathematical formula that gave the wavelengths …

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  • 13Balmer, serie de — ► FÍSICA Una de las series espectrales del átomo de hidrógeno …

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  • 14spectral line series — ▪ physics       any of the related sequences of wavelengths characterizing the light and other electromagnetic radiation emitted by energized atoms. The simplest of these series are produced by hydrogen. When resolved by a spectroscope, the… …

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  • 15Johann Jakob Balmer — Infobox Scientist name = Johann Jakob Balmer box width = image width =150px caption = Johann Jakob Balmer birth date = May 1 1825 birth place = Lausen, Switzerland death date = March 12 1898 death place = Basel residence = citizenship =… …

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  • 16Lyman series — In physics, the Lyman series is the series of transitions and resulting emission lines of the hydrogen atom as an electron goes from n ge; 2 to n = 1 (where n is the principal quantum number referring to the energy level of the electron). The… …

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