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" ... compound consists in the main of channelled spaces and bands, which increase in like manner. In short, the molecules of a simple body and... "
Nature - Page 154
edited by - 1873
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 28

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...short, the molecules of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned; in other words, both spectra have their long and short I inr'. the lines in the spectrum of the element being represented by bands or fluted lines in the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 28

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...short, the molecules of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other words, both spectra have their long and short linet, the lines in the spectrum of the element being represented by bands or fluted lines in the spectrum...
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The Chemistry of the Sun

Sir Norman Lockyer - Spectrum, Solar - 1887 - 457 pages
...of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by an increase in their quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other...lines in the spectrum of the element being represented in the spectrum of the compound by bands or fluted lines ; and in each case the greatest simplicity...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 5

Nineteenth century - 1879
...of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by an increase in their quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other...spectrum of the element being represented by bands or fluted lines in the spectrum of the compound ; and in each case the greatest simplicity of the spectrum...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1879
...short, the molecules of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other...spectrum of the element being represented by bands or fluted lines in the spectrum of the compound ; and in each case the greatest simplicity of the spectrum...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1873
...spectrum of a compound consists in the main of channelled spaces and bands, which increase in like manner. In short, the molecules of a simple body and of a...affected in the same manner by their approach or recess, so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other words, both spectra have their long and short lines...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 51

Pharmacology - 1879
...short, the molecules of a simple body and a compound one are affected in the same manner by quantity in so far as their spectra are concerned ; in other words, both spectra ka<vc their long and short lines, the lines in the spectrum of the element being represented by bands...
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