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" ... the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise some difficulty in the way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached... "
Spectrum analysis, 6 lects - Page 305
by sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1869
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 16

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1868 - 656 pages
...carbon, necessarily suggests the identity of the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise...way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached sufficiently near the sun to acquire...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 16

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1868 - 654 pages
...carbon, necessarily suggests the identity of the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise...way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached sufficiently near the sun to acquire...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1868 - 1024 pages
...carbon, necessarily suggests the ideutity of the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise...way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached sufficiently near the sun to acquire...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 508 pages
...the tail and some parts of the comae of comets, which shows that a part of their light is reflected. The observations of the spectrum of Comet II. contained...carbon, appear to be almost decisive of the nature of coinetary light. The great fixity of carbon seems indeed to raise some difficulty in the way of accepting...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

1869 - 826 pages
...necessarily suggests the identity »f the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise...way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some omets have approached sufficiently near the ran to acquire...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 542 pages
...the tail and some parts of the coma? of comets, which shows that a part of their light is reflected. The observations of the spectrum of Comet II. contained...observations. Some comets have approached the sun sufficiently near to acquire a temperature high enough to convert even carbon into vapour. 1 Indeed...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874 - 564 pages
...defiant gas. Hence it was suggested by Huggins that they consisted of carbon vapour. He writes : — " The great fixity of carbon seems indeed to raise some...observations. Some comets have approached the sun sufficiently near to acquire a temperature high enough to convert carbon into vapour. Indeed, for these...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1874 - 562 pages
...olefiant gas. Hence it was suggested by Huggins that they consisted of carbon vapour. He writes : — " The great fixity of carbon seems indeed to raise some...observations. Some comets have approached the sun sufficiently near to acquire a temperature high enough to convert carbon into vapour. Indeed, for these...
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Astronomical Register: A Medium of Communication for Amateur ..., Volume 12

1875
...defiant gas. Hence it was suggested by Huggins that they consisted of carbon vapour. He writes: — -" The great fixity of carbon seems indeed to raise some difficulty in the way of accepting the obvious inference of these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached the sun sufficiently...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1868 - 524 pages
...carbon, necessarily suggests the identity of the substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. The great fixity of carbon seems, indeed, to raise...way of accepting the apparently obvious inference from these prismatic observations. Some comets have approached sufficiently near the sun to acquire...
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