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With omissions of the work by Thalen and McCleans, the tables can be reduced by half, but advises against this, especially for the work of Thalen. Refers to work of Kayser/Kaier and Runge. Provides a proposed new table.

Subject: Physics and Chemistry

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1894]

Reference number
RR/12/185
Earliest possible date
26 June 1894
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
5 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Second letter from Joseph Norman Lockyer, oh his two papers 'On the photographic arc spectrum of electrolytic iron' and 'On the photographic arc spectrum of iron meteorites' to John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh, 26 June 1894, RR/12/185, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_12_185/second-letter-from-joseph-norman-lockyer-oh-his-two-papers-on-the-photographic-arc-spectrum-of-electrolytic-iron-and-on-the-photographic-arc-spectrum-of-iron-meteorites-to-john-william-strutt-lord-rayleigh, accessed on 25 June 2024

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