Balmer series /ˈbɑːmə/


I. noun

[Physics] a series of lines in the visible and ultraviolet spectrum of atomic hydrogen, between 656 and 365 nanometres.
– origin from the name of the Swiss physicist J. J. Balmer (1825–98).

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