If a sample of calcium chloride is introduced into a nonluminous
flame, the color of the flame turns to orange
(“flame test”). The light is emitted because calcium atoms
become excited; their return to the ground state results in
light emission. (b) What is the energy of
1.00 mol of these photons (a mole of photons is called an
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