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What are emission spectra?

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    An emission spectrum is formed when electrons from an excited atom move to lower energy levels. That energy they absorbed in the first place (to become excited) is emitted.

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    Is it correct to say .

    The pattern of spectral emission lines produced by an element.Each element has his own unique emission spectrum.

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