| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872 - 574 pages
...circumstances connected with these comparisons which necessarily make the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope...be observed appears very small. The probable error** ol these estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresf ending to five miles per second (about... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 754 pages
...could wish. Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound prisms, and a magnifying-power of 1 6 **diameters are used, the amount of the change of refrangibility...estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to** five miles per second (about -£$ of the distance of D1 to D"), or even a somewhat greater velocity,... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 724 pages
...and 22 to 1 respectively." parisons which necessarily make the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound prisms, and a** magnifying-power of 16 diameters are used, the amount of the change of refrangibility to be observed... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 726 pages
...and 22 to 1 respectively." parisons which necessarily mnke the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound prisms, and a** magnifying-power of 1 6 diameters are useil, the amount of the change of refrangibility to be observed... | |
| Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 542 pages
...circumstances connected with these comparisons which necessarily make the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope...estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to** five miles per second (about j 1 5 of the distance of D 1 to D"), or even a somewhat greater velocity,... | |
| Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 552 pages
...circumstances connected with these comparisons which necessarily make the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope...estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to** five miles per second (about jis of the distance of D1 to D"), or even a somewhat greater velocity,... | |
| Royal Astronomical Society - 1873 - 650 pages
...This will be understood from the following remarks in Dr. Huggins- report to the Royal Society:— " **Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound...estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to** five miles per second (about ^L of the dis-tance of D l to D i ), or even a somewhat greater velocity,... | |
| 1873 - 672 pages
...This will be understood from the following remarks in Dr. Huggins' report to the Royal Society : — " **Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound...estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to** five miles per second (about ^ of the distance of D1 to Uz), or even a somewhat greater velocity, could... | |
| Royal Astronomical Society - 1873
...This will be understood from the following remarks in Dr. Huggins' report to the Royal Society: — " **Even when spectroscope C, containing four compound...observed appears very small. The probable error of** thusc estimations is therefore large, as a shift corresponding to five miles per second (about ^ of... | |
| sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 550 pages
...circumstances connected with these comparisons which necessarily make the numerical estimations given further **on less accurate than I could wish. Even when spectroscope...containing four compound prisms, and a magnifying power of** l(J diameters, are used, the amount of the change of refrangibility to be observed appears very small.... | |
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