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Astrochemistry

Introduction

What is atomic emission spectroscopy (AES)?

AES measures the wavelengths of light that are emitted (or absorbed) when a sample is burned. The wavelengths of the spectral lines are unique to each element because the energy of the photon released from the atom depends on the electronic structure of the particular atom.



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