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COPPER FLAME TEST: GREEN FLAME<br />
Wet Cotton Swab Dipped In Copper II Chloride<br />
Cupric chloride compound is dissociated by flame into gaseous atoms, not ions. Atoms of the element are raised to excited state by high temperature of flame. Excess energy from the atom is emitted as light of a characteristic wavelength.

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COPPER FLAME TEST: GREEN FLAME
Wet Cotton Swab Dipped In Copper II Chloride
Cupric chloride compound is dissociated by flame into gaseous atoms, not ions. Atoms of the element are raised to excited state by high temperature of flame. Excess energy from the atom is emitted as light of a characteristic wavelength.

Copyright:© 2004 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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