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" 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. "
Nature - Page 90
edited by - 1873
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Transactions of the Albany Institute, Volume 4

Albany (N.Y.) - 1864
...no dark lines. When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame, colored by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent line a platinum wire was used, which...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 75

1862
...no dark lines. When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame colored by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent lime a platinum wire was used, which...
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Researches on the solar spectrum, and the spectra of the chemical elements ...

Gustav Robert Kirchhoff - 1862
...no dark lines. 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. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent lime a platinum wire was used, which...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1863
...no dark lines. When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame colored by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent lime a platinum wire was used, which...
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The Sunbeam and the Spectrascope: Read Before the Albany Institute

Howard Townsend - Light - 1864 - 15 pages
...no dark lines. When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame, colored by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent line a platinum wire was used, which...
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Chicago Medical Examiner, Volume 6

Medicine - 1865
...lines. When this light was permitted to fall through a suitable flame colored by common salt, darkjlines were seen in the spectrum, in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the heated lime, a platinum wire, was used, which being...
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Nature, Volume 8

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...vapour, but that, under certain conditions, bright, incandescent sodium vapour could actually Ьг made to absorb the light coming through it, and reverse...food for thought, and at once his genius travelled toa possible explanation of this strange fact he had observed ; a fact, as you know, entirely in accordance...
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

1869
...dark lines. " 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. " The same phenomenon was observed if, instead of the incandescent lime, a platinum wire was used,...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - Spectrum analysis - 1870 - 404 pages
...l'J3, xx. 1. " 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. " The same phenomenon was observed if, instead of the incandescent lime, a platinum wire was used,...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 4

Baptists - 1870
...no dark lines. When this light was allowed to fall through a suitable flame, colored by common salt, dark lines were seen in the spectrum, in the position of the sodium lines. The same phenomenon was observed if instead of the incandescent lime, a platinum wire was used, which,...
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