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" ... spectroscope appear much brighter than the corresponding parts of the spectrum of the more lustrous solid body. Now here comes a very important point : supposing the continuous spectrum of a solid or liquid to be mixed with the discontinuous spectrum... "
The Forces of Nature: A Popular Introduction to the Study of Physical Phenomena - Page 334
by Amédée Guillemin - 1873 - 679 pages
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 20

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1869
...be mixed with the discontinuous spectrum of a gas, we can, by increasing the number of prisms in the spectroscope, dilute the continuous spectrum of the...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 20

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - History - 1869
...be mixed with the discontinuous spectrum of a gas, we can, by increasing the number of prisms in the spectroscope, dilute the continuous spectrum of the...employ, the brighter relatively will the lines of the gaseoua spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 20

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1869
...be mixed with the discontinuous spectrum of a gas, we can, by increasing the number of prisms in the spectroscope, dilute the continuous spectrum of the...a consequence, the more dispersion we employ, the bright« relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. , . The reason why we do not see...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1869
...very much indeed, and the dispersion will not seemingly reduce the brilliancy of the lines given ont by the gas ; as a consequence, the more dispersion...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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Proceedings, Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1869
...will not seemingly reduce the brilliancy of the lines given out by the gas ; as a conse. i in-ili'!', the more dispersion we employ the brighter relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Instructive & Entertaining Tracts, Volumes 9-10

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1870
...a spectroscope, dilute the continuous spectrum of the solid or liquid body very much indeed, while the dispersion will not seemingly reduce the brilliancy...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is, that they are put out...
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Chambers's miscellany of instructive & entertaining tracts

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1870
...a spectroscope, dilute the continuous spectrum of the solid or liquid body very much indeed, while the dispersion will not seemingly reduce the brilliancy...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is, that they are put out...
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Contributions to Solar Physics: I. A Popular Account of Inquiries Into the ...

Sir Norman Lockyer - Sun - 1874 - 676 pages
...and, instead of being scattered broadcast over a long band, is limited to a few lines in the band — in some cases to a very few lines. Hence, if we have...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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Contributions to solar physics: I. A popular account of inquiries into the ...

Sir Norman Lockyer - Sun - 1874 - 676 pages
...have two bodies, one solid or liquid and the other gaseous or vaporous, which give out exactlyequal amounts of light, then the bright lines of the latter...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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Contributions to Solar Physics: I. A Popular Account of Inquiries Into the ...

Sir Norman Lockyer - Sun - 1874 - 676 pages
...than those parts of the spectrum of the other to which they correspond in colour or refrangibilitv. Again, if the gaseous or vaporous substance gives...relatively will the lines of the gaseous spectrum appear. The reason why we do not see the prominences every day in our telescopes is that they are put out by...
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