Line-spectrum



noun, Physics.
1.
an electromagnetic spectrum consisting of discrete lines, usually characteristic of excited atoms or molecules.
line spectrum
An image of colored lines or bands of light formed in optical spectroscopy, each line representing one of the frequencies in the spectrum of a light source. The light source is usually broken into individual bands by a prism or a diffraction grating.

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