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To make this spectroscope you need to download this pdf file. If you wish you may also download the Italian or French version. Print this sheet on a ...
The first step is to glue the printout on a sheet of black card sheet. And press the sheet so that it becomes flat. After the sheet is ...
Now using a pair of scissors cut the sheet along the external lines. And the using a sharp knife - cut away the window at "Eye" and "towards ...
We now glue the four past of the spectroscope First apply glue on the side marked A' and B' This should be done on the 'white' side. The ...
We are almost there now - make two folds at 'eye' and insert a CD or DVD. You may insert a small piece of the DVD/CD
Your spectroscope is ready Now what remains is to use it - it will not take too much of time for you get used to see spectra. Hold ...
It is possible to see the absorption lines, called Fraunhofer Lines in the solar spectrum. By making the entrance slit narrow and then pointing the spectroscope you can ...
&amp;amp;amp;lt;br&amp;amp;amp;gt; Watch this movie - first it shows the general setup for taking a movie of sodium spectrum. The source was common table salt stuck to a wire ...
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