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" ... these lines re-appear in the compound spectrum, provided the light of day be not too intense compared with that of the coloured flame. This may be seen in the red light of the nitrate of strontia, and less perfectly in the green of the chloride of... "
Annalen der Physik und Chemie - Page 108
1863
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The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural ..., Volume 75

1861 - 462 pages
..." that ' if solar light be transmitted through a flame ' exhibiting well-marked black lines, these lines ' re-appear in the compound spectrum, provided...intense compared ' with that of the coloured flame. It would, ' therefore, appear that luminous atmospheres ' exist, in which not only certain rays are...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 3

1861 - 410 pages
...flame exhibiting well-marked black lines, these lines re-appear in the compound spectrum, proviiied the light of day be not too intense compared with...of strontia, and less perfectly in the green of the chloride of copper, ft would, therefore, appear that luminous atmospheres exist in which not only certain...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 5

1862 - 326 pages
...atmosphere, that if solar light bo transmitted through a flame exhibiting wellmarked black lines, these lines re-appear in the compound spectrum, provided...of strontia, and less perfectly in the green of the chloride of copper. It would, therefore, appear that luminous atmospheres exist in which not only certain...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie, Volume 118

1863 - 700 pages
...be interesting to remark, in connection with the specidations on the absorptive action of tht sun's atmosphere , that if solar light be transmitted through...spectrum, provided the light of day be not too intense cornpared with that of the coloured flame. This may be seen in the red light of the nitrate of strontia...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie

1863 - 720 pages
...of the suris atmosphere , that if solar light be transmitted through a flame exhibiting wellmarhed block lines, the lines reappear in the compound spectrum,...of day be not too intense compared with that of the coloiired flame. This may be seen in the red light of the nilrate of strontia, and less perfectly in...
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The Cincinnati Lancet and Observer, Volume 29

1868 - 804 pages
...gas." "If the solar light be transmitted through a flame, exhibiting well marked black lines, these lines reappear in the compound spectrum, provided...of day be not too intense compared with that of the colored flame; and it would therefore appear that luminous atmospheres exist, in which not only certain...
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Handbuch der Spectroscopie, Volume 1

Heinrich Kayser, Heinrich Mathias Konen - 1900 - 820 pages
...atmosphere, that if solar liglit be transmitted through a flame exhibiting wellmarked black lines, these lines reappear in the compound spectrum, provided the light of day be not to intense compared with that of the coloured Haine: this may be seen in the red light of the nitrate...
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Philosophical Magazine

1845
...atmosphere, that if' solar light be transmitted through a flame exhibiting wellmarked black lines, these lines reappear in the compound spectrum, provided the light of day be not too intense cornpared with that of the coloured flame: this may be seen in the red light of the nitrate of strontia,...
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Transactions of the Pharmaceutical Meetings

1862 - 670 pages
...atmosphere, that if solar lignt be transmitted through a flame exhibiting well-marked black lines, these lines re-appear in the compound spectrum, provided...of strontia, and less perfectly in the green of the chloride of copper. It would therefore appear that luminous atmospheres exist in which not only certain...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1863 - 1212 pages
...the sun's atmosphere, that if solar light be transmitted through a flame exhibiting well-marked black lines, the lines reappear in the compound spectrum,...nitrate of strontia, and less perfectly in the green light of the chloride of copper. It would therefore appear that luminous atmospheres exist in which...
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