The Development of Chemistry, 1789-1914: Studies in spectrum analysis

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Taylor & Francis, 1998 - Atoms - 258 pages
 

Contents

Dr Millers Work
4
M Mascarts Maps
5
Rutherfurds Photograph of the Solar Spectrum
6
The Use of the Compound Slit
7
8 Action of the Prism
8
Results of these Arrangements
9
The Solar Spectrum
10
Stellar Photography
11
Clifton and Roscoe
182
Mitscherlichs Second Paper
184
Light Thrown by the Long and Short Lines
185
General Statement
188
The Problem of the Dissociation of the socalled Elements
189
CHAPTER VIII
199
First Experiments
210
Second Series
211

The Work of the Future
12
The Basis of Spectrum Analysis
41
CHAPTER IV
44
CHAPTER II
47
LONG AND SHORT LINES
54
ON SPECTRUM PHOTOGRAPHY
78
First Glimpses 2 Solar Evidence 3 Researches Opened Out PAGE
85
ON THE SPECTRA OF SALTS 1 Lead CHAPTER VI
154
Barium and Strontium
156
Magnesium 4 Sodium and Lithium 5 Flame and Weak Electric Discharge Spectra 6 Similarity of the Spectra of Salts Observed in Air CHAPTER VII
158
The Work of the Chemist
167
The Action of Heat
169
Electricity
171
The Spectroscope and Dissociation
173
The Spectra of Bodies Known to be Compounds
178
Mitscherlichs First Work
181
Additional Phenomena Observed
214
Experiments with Large Variations
215
Gold Copper Alloys
218
The Work of the Future
226
CHAPTER IX
228
General Statement concerning Coincidences
230
Elimination of Impurity Lines
233
CHAPTER X
236
Angstrom and ThalÚn
239
Study of Lines actually Reversed
241
Result of Preliminary Search
243
Subsequent Inquiry
244
Mitscherlichs Observations
248
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