This morning in the lab we had a little physics throwback.
Stop. uh. Back-it-up. AP_B/Chem
remember those spectormeters we used? the cardboard things that broke up the light into colors? Well i got to use a real one today to find the wavelength of a laser. Basically you shine whiteish light in one hole so you can see the scale in the back, and the laser in another portal. You look through the lens, and spin the dial until you see a thin line the color of your laser, you line it up with the meter, and look at the dial with your wavelength. It was pretty **** cool.
Now we also have a computerized one that does it too but it wasnt workin.
fiskis with phullerton