The history of the atom: the impossible atom
When Hydrogen is heated to the extent that it glows, it produces bars of colored light that appear at certain wav lengths. This spectrum of atomic hydrogen may be obtained by heating the hydrogen to the point of which the molecule breaks apart into individual atoms. Even though Hydrogen is the most basic of gasses, it has the ability to produce more than one hundred different colors. When a substance produces a spectrum of light, the pattern and colors displayed are unique to that substance, however it is universal for every substance of the same element.
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