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" ... not appreciably alter when the sun approaches the horizon. It does not, on the other hand, seem at all unlikely, owing to the high temperature which we must suppose the sun's atmosphere to possess, that such vapours should be present in it. Hence... "
Spectrum analysis, 6 lects - Page 242
by sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 116

1862 - 620 pages
...the other hand, seem at all unlikely, owing to the high temperature which we must suppose the sun's atmosphere to possess, that such vapours should be...we can attain in any question of natural science.' (Kirchhoff. Researches, $c., p. 20.) This statement is not one jot more positive than the facts warrant....
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Researches on the solar spectrum, and the spectra of the ..., Volume 2, Part 1

Gustav Robert Kirchhoff - 1862 - 58 pages
...other hand, seem at all unlikely, owing to the high temperature which we must 3—2 suppose the sun's atmosphere to possess, that such vapours should be...we can attain in any question of natural science. As soon as the presence of one terrestrial element in the solar atmosphere was thus determined, and...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 116

1862 - 614 pages
...all unlikely, owing to the high temperature which we must suppose the sun's atmosphere to posses?, that such vapours should be present in it. Hence the...we can attain in any question of natural science.' (Kirchhoff. Researches, tfc.t p. 20.) This statement is not one jot more positive than the facts warrant....
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 75

1862 - 648 pages
...in it. Hence the observations of the solar spectrum appear to me to prove the presence of iron vapor in the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of...we can attain in any question of natural science." (Kirchhoff. Researches, etc., p. 20). This statement is not one jot more positive than the facts warrant....
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 14

1863 - 376 pages
...in it. Hence the observations of the solar spectrum appear to me to prove the presence of iron vapor in the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of...we can attain in any question of natural science." — Kirchhoff ; Researches, etc., p. 20. This statement is not one jot more positive than the facts...
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The Second Step in Chemistry, Or the Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 808 pages
...Hence the observations of tie solar spectrum appear to me to prove the presence of metallic vapours m the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of certainty as we can obtain in any question of natural science." Barium, copper, and zinc appear to be present only in small...
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Lessons in Elementary Chemistry

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1866 - 422 pages
...with the bright lines of terrestrial metals, we arrive at a knowledge of the occurrence of such metals in the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of certainty as we are able to attain to in any question of physical science. The metals hitherto detected in the sun's...
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Light: Its Influence on Life and Health

Forbes Winslow - 1867 - 336 pages
...possess, that such vapours should be present in it. Hence the observations of the solar spectrum appear to prove the presence of iron vapour in the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of certainty as can be attained in any question of natural science.* The important results thus obtained regarding...
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A Dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other ..., Volume 5

Henry Watts - 1868 - 1170 pages
...Kirchhoff, " the observations of the solar spectrum appear to me to prove the presence of iron-vapour in the solar atmosphere, with as great a degree of...we can attain in any question of natural science." As soon as the existence in the solar atmosphere of one terrestrial element has been discovered, the...
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Light: Its Influence on Life and Health

Forbes Winslow - 1868 - 236 pages
...present in it. Hence the observations of the solar spectrum appear to prove the presence of iron vapor in the solar atmosphere with as great a degree of certainty as can be attained in any question of natural science".* The important results thus obtained regarding...
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