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" On the other hand vapour of sodium in an atmosphere round a source must have a great tendency to retain in itself, ie to absorb and to have its temperature raised by light from the source of the precise quality in question. In the atmosphere around the... "
Annalen der Physik und Chemie - Page 109
1863
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 31

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1862 - 806 pages
...of sodium, which, according to the mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly opake for light of that quality, prevents such of it as...surrounding atmosphere. The test of this theory must be bad in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated. I...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie, Volume 118

1863 - 708 pages
...suggested, being particularly opaque for light of that quality, prevenls such of it äs is emittedfrom the sun from penetrating to any considerable distance through the surrounding atmosphere. The lest ofthis theory must bc had in ascertaining tvheiher or not vapour of 1) Monatsberichte der K. Akad....
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volumes 27-28

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867 - 668 pages
...of sodium, which, according to the mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly opake for light of that quality, prevents such of it as...must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated. I have the impression that some Frenchman did make...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 27

1867 - 354 pages
...of sodium, which, according to the mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly opake for light of that quality, prevents such of it as...must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated. I have the impression that some Frenchman did make...
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Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 36; Volumes 1866-1867

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867 - 248 pages
...of sodium, which, according to the mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly opake for light of that quality, prevents such of it as...must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated. I have the impression that some Frenchman did make...
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Spectrum Analysis in Its Application to Terrestrial Substances, and the ...

Heinrich Schellen, Jane Lassell - 1872 - 744 pages
...the atmosphe1e around the sun, therefore, there must be present vapour of sodium, which, according to mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly...must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated.' " In the same connection must also be considered...
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Spectrum analysis in its application to terrestrial substances, and the ...

H. Schellen - 1872 - 736 pages
...the atmospheie around the sun, therefore, there must be present vapour of sodium, which, according to mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly...must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated.' " In the same connection must also be considered...
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SPECTRUM ANALYSIS, IN ITS APPLICATION TO TERRESTRIAL SUBSTANCES, AND THE ...

DR. H. SCHELLEN - 1872 - 512 pages
...the atmosphere around the sun, therefore, there must be present vapor of sodium, which, according to mechanical explanation thus suggested, being particularly...theory must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapor of sodium has the special absorbing power anticipated.' " In the same connection must also be...
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Gesammelte Abhandlungen, Volume 2

Gustav Kirchhoff - 1882 - 676 pages
...refrangibility of the double line D. Hence the presence of sodium in a source of light, must tend to originate' light of that quality. On the other hand...penetrating to any considerable distance through the surrunding atmosphere. The test of this theory must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of...
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Gesammelte Abhandlungen

Gustav Kirchhoff - 1882 - 832 pages
...explanation thus suggested, being particularly opaque for light of that quality, prevents such of it äs is emitted from the sun from penetrating to any considerable distance through the surrunding atmosphere. The test of this theory must be had in ascertaining whether or not vapour of...
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