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"Measurements of the Wave-lengths of Lines of High Refrangibility in the Spectra
of Elementary Substances." Hartley and Adeney. From the Philosophical Transac-
tions of the Royal Society. Part I, 1884.



No.


W.-l.


Radia-
tor.


No. W.-l.


Radia-
tor.


No


W.-l.


Radia-
tor.


No.


W.-l.


Radia-
tor.


I.


2024.2


Zn.


27


3I33-3


Cd.




( 4070.0


)


70.


4649.2


Air.




f 2060.8


Izu


28


3250.5


Cd.


50.


j 4072-4


VAir.


7 1 -


4680.4


Zn.




\2062.8


J./.U.


29


. 3261.2


Cd.




(. 4076. 1


j


72-


4722.3


Zn.


3-


2099.0


Zn.


30


. 3282.4


Zn.


Si-


4 II9.4


Air.


73-


4800. i


Cd.


4-


2138.3


Zn.


3i


3302.7


Zn.




f 4132.8


1 Air.


74-


4810.7


Zn.


5-


2144-5


Cd.




/3329-3


I ^jl^


5 2 -


\4i33-8




75-


4912.3


Zn.


6.


2194.7


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3 2


' 13331-5




53-


4145.9


Air.


76-


4924.8


Zn.


7-
8.


2239.9

2265.1


Cd.

Cd.


33


/ 3345- 1
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54-


(4151.9
14I53-6


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77-


f 5002.7
(.5005.7


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9-


2288.1


Cd.


34


3407-7


Cd.




(4228.5


)


78.


5045-7


Air.


10.


2306.7


Cd.


35


3436-9


Air.


55-


i 4236.7


^Air.


79-


5086.1


Cd.


ii.


2313.0


Cd.






\ CA




(4241-9


)


80.


5116.0


Zn. 152


12.
13-


2321.2


Cd.

Cd.


37


3530-0


Cd.


56.


{ 4316.2
I 4318.7


JAir.


81.
82.


5146.2
5338.6


Cd. 162
Cd. 2


15-


2502.1
2558.0


Zn.
Zn.


38


' 13613-0


}cd.


57-
58.


4349-5
4367.9


Air.
Air.


83-
84.


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5379-3


Cd. 2
Cd.


16.


2573-1


Cd.


39


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59-


4415.1


Air.


85.


5497-4


Cd. 182


17


f 2710.1


Air.


40


. 3712.2


Air.




f 4447.1


' Air.


86.


5509.0


Zn. 2


1 /


\ 2712.6


Zn.


41


. 3726.6


Air.


o.


1.4447-2




87.


5541-8


Zn. 192


18.


2748.7


Cd.


42


3749-8


Air.


6s.


4530-1


Air.


88.


5602.0


Zn. 202


19.


2770.9


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/ 3839-3


I Air.


62.


4576.2


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89.


5761.8


Cd. 222


20.


2801.0


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43


' I 3841.7




63.


4601.6


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90.


5961.6


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21.


2837.0


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44


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64.


4607.3


Air.


91.


6014.0


Air. 242


22.


2880.9


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45


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Air.


65.


4614.0


Air.


92.


6035.0


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23-


2980.8


Cd.


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JAir.


66.


4621.6


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6071.8


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3007.0


Air.


4


' 1.3956.2




67.


4626.0


Cd. 112


94-


6144.4


Zn. 262


25-


3035-9


Zn.


47


3972-5


Air.


68.


4630.7


Air.


95-


6152.0


Zn. 26a


26


f 3072.2


Izn


48


3995-1


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60


f 4641.9


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6160.4


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I 3076.0


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Cd. 272



The following table facilitates the finding of the numbers, names, etc., of all the
substances which have an absorption spectrum more or less similar to that shown by a
selected spectrogram. The third column gives the number of every substance referred
in the text to the plate and figure of the preceding columns.



Plate.


Fig.


No.


Plate.


Fig.


No.


3


II


33. 63, 79, 116, 118, 135, 146.


12


46


83, 84, 85.


3


12


3i. 147-


12


47


93-


3


13


39. 139-


13


5i


49-


4


14


181.


!3


52


37. 43, 137-


5


19


19, 61, 105, 125.


14


S3


133-


5


2O


126, 143, 144.


14


54


121, 123.


6


21


126, 138, 144.


14


55


16, 18, 20, 35, 36.


6


22


7i, 7 2 . 73. 75-


14


56


62.


6


23


38, 44-


15


58


IIO, III.


7


25


70.


15


59


114.


7


26


59,64,65,66,67,70, 140.


16


63


105.


8


31


26, 27.


17


66


90.


9


36


57, 58-


18


70


IOI.


10


37


25, 40, 53-


18


7i


98.


JO


39


42-


20


78


162.


10


40


9, 29.









*The negative was not a single exposure. To stand reproduction theextreme ultra-violet was "favored."
t "Doubtful Origin." J The subscript 2 denotes the second order of spectrum.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 1.





FIG. 1.




FIG. 2.




FIG. 3.




FIG. 4.



FIG. 5.



FIG. 1. SEE NO. 1. AMIDONAPHTHOLDISULPHONIC ACID H.

FIG. 2. SEE NO. 2. /3-NAPHTHOLDISULPHONIC ACID G.

FIG. 3. SEE NO. 5. /'-NITROSODIMETHYLANILINE.

FIG. 4. SEE NO. 6. RESORCINE.

FIG. 5. SEE NO. 2.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 2.



83 Jjl .60 Jt 88 .57 .56 .58 .5* .53 .S2 .51 .50 ,9 .48 .47



*h .17 .46 .45 .43 .42 .41 M .39 .38 .37 .36 ,:)5 .HI .:) .92 .31 .30 .49 .28 .27 .28 .36 .2* .33 .22 .21 20

vi.ntiiillNJlililimiiiili.ri




FIG. 6.




FIG. 7.




FIG. 8.




FIG. 9.

FIG. 6. SEE NO. 11. PONCEAU 2 G.

FIG. 7. SEE NO. 12. CHRYSOl'DINE.

FIG. 8. SEE NO. 13. CHROMOTROPE 6 B.

FIG. 9. SEE NO. 14. AZO COCCINE 2 R.



MELIOTYPE CO., BOSTON.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 3.



3 .8. .60 M . .B7 .IW f ** .S3 W .SI M, .



,7 .46 >5 1, ,







FIG. 10.




FIG. 11.




FIG. 12.




FIG. 13.

FIG. 10. SEE NO. 80. NAPHTHOL GREEN B.

FIG. 11. SEE NO. 47. CLOTH RED 3 G A.

FIG. 12. SEE NO. 30. CURCUMEINE.

FIG. 13. SEE NO. 129. COLUMBIA YELLOW.



MELIOTVM CO., BOSTON



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 4.



. .60 .59 ..- W *< .IK .SI .SO . .48 .7 .H >B .> > *a .! .H . .38 .37 .a8 .a .a* .M3 .33 .ai .30 - -JB / .23 .2'.






FIG. 14.




FIG. 15.




FIG. 16.



FIG. 14. SEE NO. 119. ALIZARINE RED S.
FIG. 15. SEE NO. 107. URANINE.
FIG. 16. SEE NO. 107. URANINE.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 5.



60 -R




FIG. 17.




FIG. 18.




FIG. 19.




FIG. 20.



FIG. 17. SEE NO. 109. EOSINE A L'ALCOOL.

FIG. 18. SEE NO. 113. CYANOSINE.

FIG. 19. SEE NO. 106. ACID ROSAMINE A.

FIG. 20. SEE NO. 127. NAPHTHALENE RED.



i CO., BOSTON.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 6.



HI t;0 ,*9 ** 57 Mi .



.*:* S'2 .SI ,50 .49 .48 .47 .46 .*?



.42 .M .M) .39 .38 .:i7 .;jf. .



FIG. 21.



FIG. 22.



FIG. 23.



5 .2* .20 .







FIG. 24.



FIG. 21. SEE NO. 46. CLOTH RED 0.

FIG. 22. SEE NO. 74. BENZOPURPURINE 10 B.

FIG. 23. SEE NO. 60. CONGO CORINTH G.

FIG. 24. SEE NO. 134. ALIZARINE ORANGE.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 7.



44 .43 .42 .41 .40 .39 .08 .37 .36 .35 .3* .33 .32 .31 .30 .29 .28 .27 .28 .25 .24 .23 .22 :



.62 .01 .60 .59 .58 .57 .S(i .55 .54 5M .52 .51 .50 .4B .48 .47




FIG. 26.




FIG. 27.




FIG. 28.



FIG. 25. SEE NO. 45. CLOTH RED G.

FIG. 26. SEE NO. 69. BRILLIANT PURPURINE R.

FIG. 27. SEE NO. 34. FAST RED A.

FIG. 28. SEE NO. 120. ALIZARINE BLUE S.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 8.



.62 .61 .60 . si 57 .50 SF s* .":) S_> SI so .49 .18 .T .48 .1! >t IS 2 .! .tO M .3* .33 .M ,3J .30 .29 .38 .27




FIG. 29.




FIG. 30.




FIG. 3-\.




FIG. 32.

FIG. 29. SEE NO. 23. EMIN RED.

FIG. 30. SEE NO. 10. ORANGE G.

FIG. 31. SEE NO. 15. BRILLIANT ORANGE G.

FIG. 32. SEE NO. 117. PHOSPHINE.



HtLlOTYPE CO., BOSTO



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 9.



.62 .61 .60 .89 .IS .87 JW




FIG. 33.




FIG. 34.




FIG. 35.




FIG. 36.



FIG. 33. SEE NO. 56. CONGO ORANGE G.

FIG. 34. SEE NO. 141. DIANIL ORANGE G.

FIG. 35. SEE NO. 77. CONGO BROWN G.

FIG. 36. SEE NO. 77. CONGO BROWN G.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 10.



.62 .el .60 .89 .88 .87 .56 .88 .84 .83 .52 .51 .50 .49 .48 .47 16 .45 It 13 (2 11 .M .39 .38 .37 .M .an .34

iMtMiliiiBinliiili^



.31 .30 .29 .28 .27 .28 ,28 .24 .23 .22 21 .30

iM




FIG. 37.




FIG. 38.




FIG. 40.



FIG. 37. SEE NO. 81. CURCUMINE S.

FIG. 38. SEE NO. 41. RESORCINE BROWN.

FIG. 39. SEE NO. 8. AURANTIA.

FIG. 40. SEE NO. 32. MET ANIL YELLOW.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 11.



I* ,*n .42 i> . -1 .20




FIG. 41.





FIG. 42.




FIG. 43.




FIG. 44.



FIG. 41. SEE NO. 28. METHYL ORANGE III

FIG. 42. SEE NO. 7. NAPHTHOL YELLOW.

FIG. 43. SEE NO. 82. AURAMINE O.

FIG. 44. SEE NO. 131. QUINOLINE YELLOW 0.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 12.




FIG. 45.




FIG. 46.




FIG. 47.




FIG. 48.



FIG. 45. SEE NO. 136. AUROPHOSPHINE 4 G.

FIG. 46. SEE NO. 86. ACID GREEN, CONG'.

FIG. 47. SEE NO. 94. METHYL GREEN.

FIG. 48. SEE NO. 87. FUCHSINE.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 13.



.61 .





FIG. 50.




FIG. 51.




FIG. 52.

FIG. 49. SEE NO. 100. CORALLINE RED.

FIG. 50. SEE NO. 88. NEW MAGENTA.

FIG. 51. SEE NO. 48. PONCEAU 4 R 8.

FIG. 52. SEE NO. 21. EOSAMINE B.



HELIOTVPE CO., SOSTOW.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 14.





FIG. 54.




FIG. 55.




FIG. 56.



FIG. 53. SEE NO. 95. FUCHSINE S.

FIG. 54. SEE NO. 122. PHENOSAFRANINE.

FIG. 55. SEE NO. 17. PONCEAU 3 R.

FIG. 56. SEE NO. 51. PONCEAU 6 R B.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 15.



.V



.62 .61 .60 .89 .5,8 .57 5^ ,B5 .5* .53 .52 .51 .SO .9 ...

Illlllllllllllllllll



16 .M . . ; 3 .42 .11 -M .39 .38 .37 .36 .B .3* .33 .33 .31 .30 .20 .OS .27 .28 .25 .2* .23 .22 .21 .2t

. .... ,.;:!




FIG. 57.




FIG. 58




FIG. 59.




FIG. 60.

FIG. 57. SEE NO. 22. ERIKA B.

FIG. 58. SEE NO. 108. EOSINE, YELLOWISH.

FIG. 59. SEE NO. 112. ERYTHROSINE.

FIG. 60. SEE NO. 115. PHLOXINE.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 16.



.62 .Bl .60 .S9 .58 S? ..1C .55 .54 .5,3 .52 .61 .60 .40 .j8 .47 .16 .45 .44 .43 .42 .41 .Ml .30 .38 .37 .36 .35 .34 .33 .32 .31 .30 .20 .28 .27 .211 .25 .24 .23 .22 .21 .2(

,.,Mni,lJUm l liiMUiJibiliiiJlJ l lim




FIG. 61.




FIG. 62.




FIG. 63.




FIG. 64.



FIG. 61. SEE NO. 68. DIAMINE RED 3 B.

FIG. 62. SEE NO. 96. RED VIOLET 5 R S.

FIG. 63. SEE NO. 104. FAST ACID VIOLET

FIG. 64. SEE NO. 91. ETHYL VIOLET.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 17.



i





FIG. 65.




FIG. 63.

FIG. 65. SEE NO. 103. RHODAMINE B.

FIG. 66. SEE NO. 92. METHYL VIOLET 6B.

FIG. 67. SEE NO. 50. WOOL BLACK.

FIG. 68. SEE NO. 124. HELIOTROPE 2B.



LIOTYPE CO., BOSTON.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 18.




FIG. 70.






FIG. 72.



FIG. 69. SEE NO. 89. DAHLIA.

FIG. 70. SEE NO. 102. VICTORIA BLUE 4R.

FIG. 71. SEE NO. 99. CHINA BLUE.

FIG. 72. SEE NO. 97. ALKALI BLUE 6B.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 19.



.62 .81 .60 .58 .Sfl .57



41 .40 .39 .38 .37 .36 .03 .34 .a;l .32 .31 .30 .2!) .28 .27 .2 .25 .2* .23 .22 ':\ L'O








FIG. 73.




FIG. 74.




FIG. 75.




FIG. 76.



FIG. 73. SEE NO. 149. AESCULINE.

FIG. 74. SEE NO. 179. POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE.

FIG. 75. SEE NO. 179. POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE.

FIG. 76. SEE NO. 182. SODIUM NITROPRUSSID.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 20.



.62 .61 .ep .59 .88 .87 .88 .58 .8* .83 .82 .81 .60 .49 .48 .47 .46 >F 14 I!) ,4-J .41 .40 .3.9 .38 .37 .36 M .34 .:ta .M .31 .30 .20 .28 .27 .26 .26 .24 .23 .22 .21

.^vJ-n.'ifj^lmJTia" 1 .. - : ' .!! l|li .'.'.:




FIG. 77.




FIG. 78.






FIG. 80.



FIG. 77. SEE NO. 163. COPPER CHLORIDE.

FIG. 78. SEE NO. 156. COBALT CHLORIDE.

FIG. 79. SEE NO. 155. CHROMIUM CHLORIDE.

FIG. 80. SEE NO. 178. POTASSIUM CHROMATE.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 21.





FIG. 81.




FIG. 8?.




FIG. 83.




FIG. 84.




FIG. 85.



FIG. 81. SEE NO. 175. NICKEL NITRATE.

FIG. 82. SEE NO. 176. NICKEL SULPHATE.

FIG. 83. SEE NO. 172. LITMUS, BLUE.

FIG. 84. SEE NO. 172. LITMUS, RED.

FIG. 85. SEE NO. 161. COBALT GLASS.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 22.



3 .^2 .81 .60 .89 .58 .57 .56 .SS

lfi-!! .



.5* .53 .S'2 .M SO .i9



:il 30 .29 .28



'^* ,2li




FIG. 86.




FIG. 87.




FIG. 89.

FIG. 86. SEE NO. 177. PICRIC ACID.

FIG. 87. SEE NO. 148. ACETONE, ETHYL ALCOHOL, ETC.

FIG. 88. SEE NO. 150. ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE, ETC.

FIG. 89. SEE NO. 154. CARBORUNDUM AND DIAMOND.



MELIOTYPE CO., BOSTON.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 23.



.61 .60 .89 .58 .57



.52 .51 .SO .49 .48 .47 .46 .48 .44 .43 .43 .41 :40 .39 .38 .37 .36



. .




FIG. 92.



FIG. 90. SEE NO. 158. COBALT CHLORIDE IN SOLVENTS.
FIG. 91. SEE NO. 165. COPPER CHLORIDE IN SOLVENTS.
FIG. 92. SEE NO. 164. CHLORIDES OF CALCIUM AND COPPER.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 24.



.(W .81 .60 .59



9 * " " "



... .as .as .37 .an .:i

'iilll!ll!!lllll|||||lll



.31 .30 .29 .28 .27 .26 .26 .2* .23 .22 .21 .21




FIG. 95.

FIG. 93. SEE NO. 165. COPPER CHLORIDE IN ACETONE.
FIG. 94. SEE NO. 158. COBALT CHLORIDE IN ACETONE.
FIG. 95. SEE NO. 157. CHLORIDES OF ALUMINIUM AND COBALT.



MCLIOTVP6 CO., BOSTON



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 25.



J2 .61 .60 .59 .58 .57 .Be .55 . .:) ..'2 .51 .50 .49 .48 .47 46 >5 44 .4,3 .42 .41 .40 .30 .3 .



.37 .36



.M .31 .30 .29 .^S .27 .28 .35 .* .23 .22 .21 .SO




FIG. 99.



FIG. 96. SEE NO. 174. NEODYMIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE.

FIG. 97. SEE NO. 174. NEODYMIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE.

FIG. 98. SEE NO. 174. NEODYMIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE.

FIG. 99. SEE PAGE 169.



ABSORPTION SPECTRA.



PLATE 26.



.62 .61 .60 -R9 .58 .87 .56 .88 .5* .59 .52 .5.1 .BO .49 .48 .47 .46 AS .44 ,4S .42 .41 .40 ..'JO .38 .37 .86 .35 .34 .33 .32 .31 .30 .29 .28 .27 .26 .25 .24 .23 .22 .21 .20




FIG. 100.




FIG. 101.




FIG. 100. SEE NO. 180. PRASEODYMIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE.
FIG. 101. SEE NO. 169. ERBIUM CHLORIDE.
FIG. 102. SEE PAGES S



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