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A Spectral Wave on a Spectrum – a New Discovery from an Experiment Which Allows Precision Spectroscopy

Authors: H. Singh Dhaliwal

A wavelike pattern is produced across the spectrum when a paper slit is positioned across the spectroscope slit. The "peaks" of the wave separates each spectral line. Emission lines have a "positive" amplitude and absorption lines have a "negative" amplitude. This spectral wave can be extrapolated and be a signature form for any object, the same as a spectrum provides information, but more precise. With this method, the slit can be very large, and the emission lines can be very thick, and with the spectral wave, it is easy to differentiate the emission lines and absorption lines because the spectral wave flips for absorption and emission lines. With this experiment, the first order spectrum can be used for precision spectroscopy.

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