Physics - Hydrogen Emission spectrum

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a) Describe the emission spectrum of a hydrogen discharge tube

b) Explain why different color lines appeared in different position in the spectrum. Use a suitable atomic model to help construct your answer.

c) Explain how do you decide if the lines observed are of the first order interference or from the higher order of interference.

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