Emission Spectra of the Elements

Emission Spectra of the Elements

Our gorgeous Spectra of the Elements poster is a wonderful teaching aid and a great compliment to your current periodic table.

Your students will immediately understand that each element has its own spectral fingerprint.

Hang it in your office, lab, man-cave or women-cave.  We’re sure that with a bit of negotiation you’ll be able to convince your spouse, partner, roommate, parent or dog  to let you hang it in your living or dining room…

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Above: Tom Field of Field Tested Systems showing
Neil DeGrasse Tyson our new poster

This 1.5 mil laminated poster is 24″ x 36″ and is a high-quality, high-resolution print with brilliant colors.

Also, makes a great gift to a colleague or office-mate!

Poster Price: $29.95

US shipping: $6.95 USPS. 1 – 3 week delivery.  Up to 5 posters fit in one mailing tube so shipping cost is the same for up to five posters! Order: link.

International shipping:

Un-laminated version:  $6.95 for each poster.  Order: link:

Laminated version:  $30.  We can fit 5 in one mailing tube so shipping cost is the same for up to five posters. Order: link.

Contact us for quantity pricing for 6 or more.

Purchase with credit card or PayPal.

Order here:

US version: link.

International version: link.

Accredited institutions can purchase via a PO sent with our Contact form: link.

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Above: poster close-up showing
the Hydrogen Balmer series.

Also available as iPhone cases and mugs

Here’s a great gift idea! Check out our iPhone cases, mugs and tee shirts: link.

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Are you frustrated teaching light & color and Spectra?

Our RSpec Explorer spectrometer (below, $395) is a compact, turn-key live video spectrometer.   Whether it’s used for hands-on labs, or classroom demonstrations, teachers love this easy-to-use device.  Learn more: www.fieldtestedsystems.com.


RSpec Explorer live video spectrometer makes spectra easy!

 

Use your DSLR to capture the spectra of stars!

Screw our Star Analyser 100 grating onto the lens of your Canon or Nikon DSLR and capture the spectra of stars like the one below.

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When you load the photo into our Windows real-time spectroscopy software, RSpec, you’ll be able to detect the hydrogen and other elements on the star:

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Great for a high school science project or the scientifically or artistically curious adult. Getting started is easy. The grating is $195.  The software comes free with our RSpec Explorer spectrometer and is $99 by itself. (Optionally, our $39.95 AD-58 thread adapter adapts your camera’s lens cap threads.)

 

We’ll be there for you every step of the way.

Questions? We love answering questions and helping newcomers get started. Send us a note: link.

More details: link.