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" The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame afford, in many cases, a ready and neat way of detecting extremely minute Quantities of them... "
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E ... - Page 424
by Encyclopaedia - 1845
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 14

1871 - 808 pages
...intervals at all events, till 1827, when he wrote, " The colors thus contributed by different objects to flame afford in many cases a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them." Here we find spectrum analysis almost stated in terms, and yet, although Herschel, Brewster, and Fox...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository, Volume 74

1871 - 788 pages
...intervals at all events, till 1827, when he wrote : "The colours thus contributed by different objects to flame afford in many cases a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them." Here we find spectrum analysis almost stated in terms, and yet, although Herschel, Brewster, and Fox...
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The Photographic News, Volumes 3-4

Sir William Crookes, George Wharton Simpson - 1860 - 858 pages
...its identity at all times. The colours thus communicated by the different bases to Зяте afiord in many cases a ready and neat way of detecting extremely...subject. The pure earths, when violently heated, as has been practised by Lieutenant Drummond, by directing on small spheres of them the flames of several...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 5

1862 - 326 pages
...light is an absolutely homogeneous yellow. . . . The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame afford, in many cases, a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them. . . . The pure earths, •when violently heated, as has recently been practised by Lieutenant Urummond,...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie

1863 - 694 pages
...powder into the wick of a spirit-lamp « . . . . » The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame afford, in many cases, a ready and neat way of detecting extremely minute quantities of them «... » The pure earths, when violently heated, as has recently been practised by Lieutenant Drummond,...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie

1863 - 720 pages
...powder into the wick of a spirit-lamp « . . . . » The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame afford, in many cases, a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute Quantities of them« ... » The pure earths , when violently heated, as has recently been practised by Lieutenant Drummond,...
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Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical, Volume 1

William Allen Miller - 1863 - 614 pages
...put in powder into the wick of a spirit-lamp. The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame, afford in many cases a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them." The analysis of the spectra of artificial lights was resumed by Fox Talbot in 1826, in vol. v. of Brewster's...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie, Volume 118

1863 - 700 pages
...powder into the wick of a spirit-lamp « .... « The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame afford, in many cases, a ready and neat way of detecting extremely minute quantities of them «... » The pure earths, when violently heated, as has recently been practised by Lieutenant Drummond,...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumes 10-11

Edward Isidore Sears - 1865 - 866 pages
...muriates succeed best from their volatility ;" " the colors thus communicated by the different bases to flame, afford in many cases a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them." TalbotJ, in 1826, analysed the spectra of various artificial lights. He observed a constant yellow...
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Familiar Lectures on Scientific Subjects

John Frederick William Herschel - 1867 - 554 pages
...published in 1827 (Encyc. Metrop., vol. iv.): — "The colours thus communicated by the different bases to flame, afford in many cases a ready and neat way...of detecting extremely minute quantities of them." — Article, " Light," § 524.) almost infinite variety of particulars as to their intimate nature...
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