Bun·sen-Kirch·hoff law | \ -ənˈkirˌkȯf-, -rkˌhȯf- \
Definition of Bunsen-Kirchhoff law
: a statement in spectroscopy: each chemical element has an emission spectrum of bright lines and an absorption spectrum of dark lines which are characteristic of the element
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