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What type of motion would have to occur to move or displace the fixed color lines produced by a gas like helium or hydrogen toward the 400 nanometer mark on the spectrum scale?

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    The appearance of fixed lines in this spectrum was successfully explained .... Electrons, like other particles, have properties of both a particle and a wave. ... a type of three-dimensional standing wave—a wave form that does not move ..... of the helium from gas wells, as shown by its lower abundance of helium-3) ...

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