what is the difference between line spectrum and absorbtion spectrum
Asked by akanshakhanna91 | 28th Jun, 2015, 08:09: PM
There is no difference between line spectrum and absorption spectrum. Line spectra appear in two forms, absorption spectra, showing dark lines on a bright background, and emission spectra with bright lines on a dark or black background.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 29th Jun, 2015, 11:47: AM
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