The Spectroscope and Its Applications

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Macmillan and Company, 1873 - Spectrum analysis - 117 pages

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Page 96 - When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame coloured by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum in the position of the sodium lines.
Page 94 - I obtained a tolerably bright solar spectrum, and brought a flame coloured by sodium vapour in front of the slit. I then saw the dark lines D change into bright ones.

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