## 1A. Lecture 05. Emission Spectra.

#### Recorded on March 9, 2013.

Index of Topics:

00:20- Rydberg Equation: Derivation

01:22- Sign Conventions for Energy

03:52- Example Problems Rydberg Equation

05:19- Example: Find Initial Energy Level of a Photon

09:11- Example: Wavelength of a Photon

13:32- Lasers

15:38- Why Can't We See The Laser Light Until It Hits the Wall?

19:00- Example: Wavelength of Beam of Light

26:15- Emission Series: Another Look (Hydrogen)

27:47- Emission/Absorption Spectra

29:21- What Do We Use Emission Spectra For?

31:01- Emission Spectra: Applications in Astronomy

32:21- Time to Regress to our 5-Year Old Selves

32:41- The Grass Is Green Because...

35:16- Why is the Sky Blue?

39:06- Black Body Radiation

40:11- Other Transitions

42:46- Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP)

44:41- Schrodinger Equation

46:07- Atomic Orbitals

47:24- Atomic Orbitals, Slide 2

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