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" Since it appeared that the purest and densest vapour alone gave the greatest number of lines, it became of interest to examine the spectra of compounds consisting of a metal combined with a nonmetallic element. Experiments with chlorides are recorded.... "
Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ... - Page 431
by Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 484 pages
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 548 pages
...is reduced, the sJwrtesl lines disappearing first and the longest lines remaining longest visible. Since it appeared that the purest and densest vapour...final result was that only the very longest lines iu the spectrum of the metallic vapour remained. It was observed that in the case of elements with...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1873 - 562 pages
...various characters and lengths of the lines shown. Since it appeared that the purest and densest vapor alone gave the greatest number of lines, it became...very longest lines in the spectrum of the metallic vapor remained. It was observed that in the case of dements with low atomic weights, combined with...
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Nature, Volume 7

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1873 - 520 pages
...is reduced, the shortest lints dhappearing Jttft, and the longest lines remaining longest visible. Since it appeared that the purest and densest vapour...all the short lines were obliterated. Changing the spark-condilions, the final result was, that only the very longest lines in the spectrum of the metallic...
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Contributions to Solar Physics: I. A Popular Account of Inquiries Into the ...

Joseph Norman Lockyer, Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874 - 748 pages
...SrCl,. Cd Clj, Ba Cls, Pb C12, and A13 C16. It was found in all ' T aWn's scale as given by Watts. B cases that the difference between the spectrum of...spectrum of the metal was : — That under the same spark conditions the short lines were obliterated, while the air-lines remained unchanged in tliickness....
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Contributions to Solar Physics: I. A Popular Account of Inquiries Into the ...

Joseph Norman Lockyer, Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874 - 734 pages
...CdClj, BaCl , PbClj, and Al, C16. It was found in all Sfiff-a of th -chlfridts obscn-eJ. 5-P 543 — -D cases that the difference between the spectrum of...chloride and the spectrum of the metal was : — That tinder the same spark conditions the short lines were obliterated, while the air lines remained unchanged...
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Studies in spectrum analysis

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878 - 306 pages
...the metallic spectra were compared with those given by the same metals when combined with chlorine.* It was found in all cases that the difference between...metal was : — That under the same spark-conditions the short lines of the metals were obliterated in the spectrum of the chloride, it/hile the air lines...
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Studies in Spectrum Analysis

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878 - 304 pages
...the metallic spectra were compared with those given by the same metals when combined with chlorine.* It was found in all cases that the difference between...metal was : — That under the same spark-conditions the short lines of the metals-were obliteratedin the spectrum of the chloride, while the air lines...
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Report of the ... and ... Meetings of the British ..., Volume 50, Part 1880

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1880 - 978 pages
...sufficient to restore the lost lines.' Mr. Lockyer next examined the spectra given by chemical compounds .' It was found in all cases that the difference between...the spectrum of the metal was: That -under the same spark conditions the short lines were obliterated, while the air lines remained unchanged in thickness.'...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 50

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1880 - 978 pages
...sufficient to restore the lost lines.' Mr. Lockyer next examined the spectra given by chemical compounds .' It was found in all cases that the difference between...of the chloride and the spectrum of the metal was : Tliat under the same spark conditions the short lines were obliterated, while the air lines remained...
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Philosophical Transactions, Giving Some Account of the Present Undertakings ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1884
...while longer lines remain. Further, he states in reference to the spectra of chemical compounds : " It was found in all cases that the difference between...spectrum of the metal was : — That under the same spark conditions the short lines were obliterated, while the air lines remained unchanged in thickness"...
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