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" Kirchhoffs map as coincident with nickel, to be seen. The close groups of the metallic spectra are also well resolved. When this improved apparatus was directed to the stars, a large number of fine lines was observed, in addition to those that had been... "
Spectrum analysis, 6 lects - Page 311
by sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 11

1865
...magnesium, inm.i No stars sufficiently bright to give a spectrum have been observed to be without lines. Star differs from star alone in the grouping and arrangement...numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. The dark lines of absorption are strongest in the spectra of stars the light of which is tinted with...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 404 pages
...observer to be assured of the perfect correspondence in relative position in the 1 Phil. Trans. 1864, p. 141. instrument of the stellar spectrum and the...a comparison with the lines measured in the star, those elements the coincidence of the lines of which with stellar lines was probable. For the purpose...
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Spectrum Analysis -- Six Lectures

Henry E. Roscoe - 1869
...which enables the observer to be assured of the perfect correspondence in relative position in the instrument of the stellar spectrum and the spectrum...a comparison with the lines measured in the star, those elements the coincidence of the lines of which with stellar lines was probable. For the purpose...
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The Illustrated photographer, Volume 2

1870
...sufficiently bright to give a spectrum has been observed to be without lines. Star diners from star only in the grouping and arrangement of the numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. The dark absorption lines are strongest in the spectra of yellow and red stars. In white stars the...
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Notes of a Course of Nine Lectures on Light: Delivered at the Royal ...

John Tyndall - 1870 - 74 pages
...sufficiently bright to give a spectrum has been observed to be without lines. Star differs from star only in the grouping and arrangement of the numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. 324. The dark absorption lines are strongest in the spectra of yellow and red stars. In white stars...
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Notes of a Course of Nine Lectures on Light: Delivered at the Royal ...

John Tyndall - 1870 - 74 pages
...sufficiently bright to give a spectrum has been observed to be without lines. Star differs from star only in the - grouping and arrangement of the numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. 324. The dark absorption lines are strongest in the spectra of yellow and red stars. In white stars...
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LIGHT AND ELECTRICITY: NOTES OF TWO COURSES OF LECTURES BEFORE THE ROYAL ...

JOHN TYNDALL, L.L.D., F.R.S. - 1871
...sufficiently bright to give a spectrum has been observed to be without lines. Star differs from star only in the grouping and arrangement of the numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. 324. The dark absorption lines are strongest in the spectra of yellow and red stars. In white stars...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 484 pages
...to the sun, the line D is sufficiently divided to permit the line within it, marked in Kirchhoff's map as coincident with nickel, to be seen. The close...a comparison with the lines measured in the star, those elements the coincidence of the lines of which with stellar lines was probable. For the purpose...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 484 pages
...fine and as numerous as they are in the solar spectrum. The great breadth in the lines in the grren and more refrangible parts of Sirius and some other...numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. b'. For the convenience of reference and comparison, a few of the more characteristic lines of twenty-nine...
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Acoustics, Light, and Heat

William Lees - 1877 - 299 pages
...sufficiently bright to give a spectrum, has been observed to be without lines. Star differs from star only in the grouping and arrangement of the numerous fine lines by which their spectra are crossed. . . . A comparison of the spectra, of stars of different cokrars suggests that the colours of the stars...
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