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Caption: Lithium spectroscopy, animation. The electromagnetic radiation emitted by excited atoms and ions of a chemical element or molecule produce a characteristic spectrum. Such spectra are used to identify chemical elements, both in the laboratory and in distant stars. Here, lithium ions (Li+) from a solution of lithium chloride are producing a characteristic red colour in a flame test, with the resulting emission spectrum also shown.

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Lithium spectroscopy, animation

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