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" For instance, the orange ray may be the effect of the strontia, since Mr. Herschel found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour. If this opinion should be correct, and applicable to the other definite rays, a glance at the prismatic... "
Annalen der Physik und Chemie - Page 88
1863
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 5

1826
...Mr Herschel found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour. * If this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rays,...may show it to contain substances, which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to detect. > LONDON, March 1826. * Edinburgh Transactions,...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 5

1826 - 434 pages
...Mr Herschel found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour. * If this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rays,...of a flame may show it to contain substances, which if would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to detect. LONDON, March 1826. ART. XVI.—...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 5

1826 - 418 pages
...Mr Herschel found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour. * If this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rays,...may show it to contain substances, which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to detect. LONDON, March 1826. ART. XVI. — Notice-...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Volume 3

1861
...Mr. Herschel found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour.5 If this opinion should be correct, and applicable to the other definite rays,...flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to detect. London, March, 1816. On a Method of Obtaining...
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National Review, Volume 13

1861
...Mr. Herschel* found in the flame of muriate of strontia a ray of that colour. If this opinion should be correct, and applicable to the other definite rays,...flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to detect." (London, Alarch 1826.) We do not fmd that...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Volume 5

1862
...: — " If this opinion " (that is to say, the opinion about the formation of these lines) " should be correct, and applicable to the other definite rays, a glance at the prismatic spectrum of a flame might show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis...
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Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical, Volume 1

William Allen Miller - 1863
...observation, which follows some remarks upon some experiments of Herschel's : — " If this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rays,...flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to effect." In the Phil. Mag. for 1834, vol. iv. p....
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumes 10-11

Edward Isidore Sears - 1865
...definite refrangibility, characteristic of salts of potassium. " If," he says, " this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rays,...flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to effect." This was prophetic. In 1834,§ he described...
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Chicago Medical Examiner, Volume 6

1865
...opinion that "if this difference of spectra should be found to be correct, and applicable to the other rays, a glance at the prismatic spectrum of a flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to effect." In 1834, he described the spectra of strontium...
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Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical, Part 1

William Andrew Miller - 1867
...of Herschetfs : — " If this opinion should be correct and applicable to the other definite rajs, a glance at the prismatic spectrum of a flame may show it to contain substances which it would otherwise require a laborious chemical analysis to effect." In the Phil. Mag. for 1834, vol. iv. p....
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