Physics: Why are some of the lines observed in lab so much brighter and easier to observe than the others?

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Why are some of the lines observed in lab so much brighter and easier to observe than the others?

Nov 20th, 2015

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The lines which appear much brighter and easier to observe than the others are generally most probable and occurs from ground state to the other excited state. And are corresponds to high energy.

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