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Refers to work of Thalen, Rowland, Kayser/Kaiser, Runge and Kensington. The present configuration of the tables is the preferred choice, rather than combining them across both papers. Does ot advise combining the two papers into one. The first is intended as the basis for other investigations. Will investigate the feasability of adding scale to the spectra.

Subject: Physics and Chemistry

[Both paper published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1894]

Reference number
RR/12/184
Earliest possible date
1894
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
8 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Detailed notes by Joseph Norman Lockyer, on his two papers 'On the photographic arc spectrum of electrolytic iron' and 'On the photographic arc spectrum of iron meteorites', 1894, RR/12/184, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_12_184/detailed-notes-by-joseph-norman-lockyer-on-his-two-papers-on-the-photographic-arc-spectrum-of-electrolytic-iron-and-on-the-photographic-arc-spectrum-of-iron-meteorites, accessed on 24 June 2024

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