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LIGHT AND COLOR
PART n COLOR INVOLVING VIBRATIONS AND SIMPLE
Color Produced by Gas Excitations
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absorbed alexandrite angle Appendix atomic orbitals atoms band-gap beam bleaching bonding carbon charge transfer chemical chromium color center color change Color Figure colorless conduction band configuration conjugated system curve dark derived described in Chapter diamond diffraction grating discussed in Chapter dispersion electric electrons emission emitted energy levels Equation excited fluorescence Fraunhofer lines gemstones glass green halide heat hydrogen idiochromatic impurities incandescent infrared intensity interference involved iridescent irradiation KO-ECT lamp laser light layer ligand field liquid crystal luminescence mineral molecular orbital molecules occur octahedral optical orange oxide oxygen particles phosphor photon pigments polarized prism produce purple quantum radiation rainbow Raman rays reflected refractive index region result ruby sapphire scattering seen semiconductor shown in Color shown in Figure sodium spectrum Structure substances surface Table temperature thin film interference transition metal types ultraviolet usually valence valence band vapor vibrational violet visible wave wavelength yellow