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Does anyone have the spectra for sulfur? In class we did this using a flame test, where we put the sulfur in a flame over a bunsen burner and used a spectra scope to find sulfur's spectra, but I seem to have lost this data. I've been looking on the web, but I don't know which ones are accurate.

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