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" The strontia flame exhibits a great number of red rays well separated from each other by dark intervals, not to mention an orange and a very definite bright blue ray. The lithia exhibits one single red ray. Hence I hesitate not to say that optical analysis... "
Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science - Page 214
1862
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The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts ..., Volume 1

1834 - 462 pages
...number of red rays well separated from each other by dark intervals, not to mention an orange, and a very definite bright blue ray. The lithia exhibits...substances from each other, with as much certainty, if hot more, than any other known method." TEST FOR HYDROCYANIC OR PRUSSIC ACID, AND METHOD OF APPRECIATING...
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National Review, Volume 13

1861 - 512 pages
...number of red rays, well separated from each other by dark intervals, not to mention an orange, and a very definite bright blue ray ; the lithia exhibits...certainty, if not more, than any other known method." It may seem surprising that Mr. Talbot did not follow up the principle which here so clearly suggested...
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Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical, Volume 1

William Allen Miller - 1863 - 614 pages
...number of red rays, well separated from each other by dark intervals, not to mention an orange and a very definite bright blue ray. The lithia exhibits...certainty, if not more, than any other known method." The spectra of coloured flames were further examined in 1845 by myself, and an account of these experiments...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumes 10-11

Edward Isidore Sears - 1865 - 866 pages
...p. 114. between the spectra of strontium and lithium. "Hence, I hesitate not to say," he tells us, " that optical analysis can distinguish the minutest...each other with as much certainty, if not more, than by any other known method." In 1832, Brewster* first noticed the absorption bands produced by colored...
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Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical, Part 1

William Andrew Miller - 1867 - 552 pages
...number of red rays, well separated from each other by dark intervals, not to mention an orange and a very definite bright blue ray. The lithia exhibits one single red ray. Hence I hesitate wot to say that optical analysis can distinguish the minutest portions of these two substances from...
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Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 36; Volumes 1866-1867

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867 - 248 pages
...the Spectra of salts of Lithia and Strontia, and added the following characteristic remark : — " I hesitate not to say that optical analysis can distinguish the minutest portion of these two substances [Lithia and Strontia] from each other with as much certainty, if not...
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The Cincinnati Lancet and Observer, Volume 29

1868 - 804 pages
...hesitate to say that optical analysis could distinguish the minutest portions of lithium and strontium from each other with as much certainty, if not more, than any other known method." At the same time, as Kirchhoff has shown, Talbot s conclusion* wore very uncertain, since he confounded...
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On Molecular and Microscopic Science, Volume 1

Mary Somerville - 1869 - 454 pages
...114. 134 SPECTRUM ANALYSIS. PART I. exhibits one single red ray.' Whence Mr. Fox Talbot observes, ' I hesitate not to say that optical analysis can distinguish...certainty, if not more, than any other known method.' Thus Sir John Herschel and Mr. Fox Talbot laid the foundation of a spectrum analysis of unrivalled...
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Spectrum Analysis -- Six Lectures

Henry E. Roscoe - 1869 - 372 pages
...same physicist, after a striking description of the spectra of lithium and strontium, continues: " Hence I hesitate not to say that optical analysis...substances from each other with as much certainty as, if not more than, any other known method/' In these expressions the idea of "chemical analysis...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 508 pages
...same physicist, after a striking description of the spectra of lithium and strontium, continues : " Hence I hesitate not to say that optical analysis...substances from each other with as much certainty as, if not more than, any other known method." In these expressions the idea of " chemical analysis...
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