2. What is a spectroscope and what is it used for?
A spectroscope is a scientific instrument that is used to measure the intensity of the light at different wavelengths by calculating the amount of light energy that is being absorbed by the electrons at different wavelengths.
6. How might the difference in the brightness of spectral lines be explained? In other words, why are some lines in a spectra easier to see and appear brighter?
Some lines in a spectra are easier to see and appear brighter because when there is a brighter spectral line, it means there is a large amount of electrons doing the same transitions in orbital when there are some lines in a spectra that is harder to see, it means there is a small