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" end. (This absorption may ¿ break up into channelled spaces.) Fifth stage ... Unique continuous absorption. 9. I shall content myself in the present note by giving one or two instances of the passage of spectra from one stage to another, beginning at... "
Philosophical Magazine - Page 204
1875
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1874 - 644 pages
...Continuous absorption at the red end I not reaching to the more refranFourth stage . .c . . I ¿ble end. (This absorption may ‘¿ break up into channelled...another, beginning at the fifth stage. From 5 to 4. 1. The absorption of the vapours of K in the redhot tube, described in another note, is at first continuous....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1874 - 644 pages
...,, not reaching to the more refranFourthstage •< ... & /m . . , gible end. (This absorption may I break up into channelled spaces.) Fifth stage Unique...another, beginning at the fifth stage. From 5 to 4. 1. The absorption of the vapours of K in the redhot tube, described in another note, is at first continuous....
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874 - 562 pages
...more complex. First stage ol com- ) plexity of mole- > Lice spectrum, cule. ) Second stage Third stage 9. I shall content myself in the present note by giving...one stage to another, beginning at the fifth stage. Fourth stage Fifth stage Cbannelledspace spectrum. Continuous absorption at the blue end, not reaching...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1905 - 664 pages
...Channelled spacespectrum. {Continuous absorption at the red end not reaching to the more refrangible end. (This absorption may break up into channelled...another, beginning at the fifth stage. From 5 to 4. 1. The absorption of the vapours of K in the redhot tube, described in another note, is at first continuous....
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The Development of Chemistry, 1789-1914: Studies in spectrum analysis

Norman Lockyer, Sir Norman Lockyer - Philosophy - 1998 - 332 pages
...end. (This absorption may [ break up into a flutedspectrum.) Fifth stage Unique continuous absorption One or two instances of the passage of spectra from...one stage to another, beginning at the fifth stage, may be given. of the vapours of potassium in a redhot tube is at first continuous. As the action of...
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