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# Procedure: The materials and procedures are listed in your virtual lab. You do not need to repeat them here. However, you should note if you experienced any errors or other factors that might affect your outcome. Using your summary questions at the end of your virtual lab activity, please clearly define the dependent and independent variables of the experiment. Independent Variable: Dependent Variable:

The purpose or objective of the electromagnetic spectrum experiment the purpose is to figure out what elements are in the planets’ and the moons’ atmospheres by looking at their absorption spectrums

Explanation:

What is electromagnetic spectrum?

The electromagnetic spectrum is the range of frequencies (the spectrum) of electromagnetic radiation and their respective wavelengths and photon energies.

The electromagnetic spectrum covers electromagnetic waves with frequencies ranging from below one hertz to above 10^25 hertz, corresponding to wavelengths from thousands of kilometers down to a fraction of the size of an atomic nucleus. This frequency range is divided into separate bands, and the electromagnetic waves within each frequency band are called by different names; beginning at the low frequency (long wavelength) end of the spectrum these are: radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays at the high frequency (short wavelength) end.

The electromagnetic waves in each of these bands have different characteristics, such as how they are produced, how they interact with matter, and their practical applications.

The limit for long wavelengths is the size of the universe itself.

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Explanation:

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Name and Title:

name, teacher's name, date, chemical components lab.

Objectives(s):

The purpose of this lab was to use elements and make chemical compounds.

Hypothesis:

If I use sodium, carbon, and hydrogen, then I can make at least 5 new compounds in 5 minutes.

Procedure:

The independent variable is the number and types of elements I picked for my compounds. The dependent variable is the types of compounds made.

Data:

Record the composition of each of your compounds below. Be sure to include the number of atoms for each element. An example has been supplied for you.

Compound Name

Sodium hydride

Chemical Formula

NaH

Sodium (Na) Atoms

1

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

1

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

0

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Methylene (carbene)

Chemical Formula

CH2

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

2

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

1

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Sodium carbide

Chemical Formula

Na2C2

Sodium (Na) Atoms

2

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

0

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

2

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Diatomic carbon

Chemical Formula

C2

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

0

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

2

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Hydrogen gas

Chemical Formula

H2

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

2

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

0

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

acetylene

Chemical Formula

C2H2

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

2

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

2

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Tricarbon

Chemical Formula

C3

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

0

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

3

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

0

Compound Name

Diamond

Chemical Formula

C,Crystal

Sodium (Na) Atoms

0

Calcium (Ca) Atoms

0

Hydrogen (H) Atoms

0

Oxygen (O) Atoms

0

Carbon (C) Atoms

1

Chlorine (Cl) Atoms

0

Tricarbon (c3) Atoms  (MY TEACHER TOLD ME TO ADD THIS ONE)

3

Hydrogen  yes

Helium  yes

Lithium  yes

Sodium  yes

Carbon  yes

Nitrogen  yes

Moon One  no

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Explanation:

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Explanation:

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Explanation:

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