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" This band in both spectra remained of nearly equal brightness for the same proportion of its length. On a subsequent evening, June 25, I repeated these comparisons, when the former observations were fully confirmed in every particular. On this evening... "
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific - Page 143
by Astronomical Society of the Pacific - 1909
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 16

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1868 - 654 pages
...were confirmed on June 25. The remarkably close resemblance of the spectrum of the comet with that of the spectrum of carbon, necessarily suggests the identity...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...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 16

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1868
...were confirmed on June 25. The remarkably close resemblance of the spectrum of the comet with that of the spectrum of carbon, necessarily suggests the identity...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...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1868 - 1024 pages
...resemblance of the spectrum of the comet to that of the spectrum of 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 some difficulty in the way of accepting the apparently...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 508 pages
...of nearly equal brightness for the same proportion of its length. On a subsequent evening, June 25, I repeated these comparisons, when the former observations...substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. It may be well to state that some phosphorescent and fluorescent bodies give discontinuous spectra,...
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1869
...length. On a subsequent evening, June 2"», I repeated these comparisons, when the former ohservations were fully confirmed in every particular. On this...substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. It may be well to state that some phosphorescent and fluorescent bodies give discontinuous spectra,...
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Rudimentary Astronomy

Robert Main - 1869 - 172 pages
...times, and satisfied himself with the true identity of position of the lines, and he believes that " the close resemblance of the spectrum of the comet to...substances by which in both cases the light was emitted." Another comet, examined at an earlier period, namely, the beginning of I860, exhibited in the spectroscope...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 38

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1869 - 868 pages
...were not to be seen in the spectrum of tho comet. The very close resemblance of the spectrum of this comet to the spectrum of carbon necessarily suggests...substances by which, in both cases, the light was emitted, though indeed the great fixity of carbon seems to raise a difficulty in the way of accepting this conclusion....
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 6

1869 - 692 pages
...their relative brightness. The remarkably close resemblance of the spectrum of the comet to that of the spectrum of carbon necessarily suggests the identity...substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. HEAT. — The intense heat of the voltaic arc has been applied by ~FP Le Koux in a most ingenious manner...
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Monthly Journal of Science, and Annals of Biology, Astronomy ..., Volume 6

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1869 - 700 pages
...their relative brightness. The remarkably close resemblance of the spectrum of the comet to that of the spectrum of carbon necessarily suggests the identity...substances by which in both cases the light was emitted. HEAT. — The intense heat of the voltaic arc has been applied by FP Le Roux in a most ingenious manner...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

1869 - 826 pages
...of the spectrum of the comet to that of the spectram of carbon 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 some difficulty in the way of accepting the apparently...
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