A Plea for Reflectors, Being a Description of the New Astronomical Telescopes with Silvered-glass Specula: And Instructions for Adjusting and Using Them (Google eBook)

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J. Browning, 1876 - 78 pages
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Page 58 - SCHELLEN'S SPECTRUM ANALYSIS, in its application to Terrestrial Substances and the Physical Constitution of the Heavenly Bodies. Translated by JANE and C. LASSELL; edited, with Notes, by W. HUGGINS, LL.D. FRS With 13 Plates (6 coloured) and 223 Woodcuts. 8vo. price 28s. CELESTIAL OBJECTS for COMMON TELESCOPES.
Page 40 - Add distilled water until the bulk reaches 15 ounces, and add, drop by drop, some of solution A, until a grey precipitate, which does not re-dissolve after stirring for three minutes, is obtained, then add 15 ounces more of distilled water. Set this solution aside to settle. Do not filter. When all is ready for immersing the mirror, add to the silvering solution 2 ounces of solution C, and stir gently and thoroughly.
Page 40 - A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 fluid ounces. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass rod, as much liquid ammonia as is just necessary to obtain a clear solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution B.
Page 40 - ... of turpentine to secure adhesion. Let the whole rest until the pitch is cold. To clean the Speculum. Place the speculum, cemented to the circular block, face upwards, on a level table ; pour on it a small quantity of strong nitric acid, and rub it gently all over the surface with a brush made by plugging...
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Page 40 - Melt some pitch in any convenient vessel, and, having placed the wooden block, face upwards, on a level table, pour on it the fluid pitch, and on the pitch place the back of the speculum, having previously moistened it with a little...
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Page 41 - ... until the pitch is cold. To clean the Speculum. Place the speculum, cemented to the circular block, face upwards, on a level table ; pour on it a small quantity of strong nitric acid, and rub it gently all over the surface with a brush made by plugging a glass tube with pure cotton wool.
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Page 54 - A PLEA for REFLECTORS ; being a Description of the New Astronomical Telescopes, with silvered glass specula, and instructions for using and adjusting them, with many Illustrations and Coloured Frontispiece of Jupiter.

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