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  1. Comptes Rendus, 1899.
  2. Schuster and Hemsalech while measuring the duration of lines in metallic sparks noted that the air lines came on first, and that the H and K calcium spark lines seemed to begin after the air lines had gone out. Phil. Trans. 193A, p. 212, 1900. Schenck in Astrophysical Journal,  14, 1901, noted that on some of his photographs the Mg arc triplet at 3833 began later than the spark doublet at 4481.
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  3. Salis, Annalen der Physik,  76, p. 145, 1925.
    [Crossref]
  4. Revised Paschen Notation.
  5. Since the above was written measurements taken with the same circuit but with an improved mirror system indicate a longer time for this interval.
  6. Loc. cit.
  7. Phil. Trans. 209A, p. 71, 1909.

1925 (1)

Salis, Annalen der Physik,  76, p. 145, 1925.
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1909 (1)

Phil. Trans. 209A, p. 71, 1909.

1900 (1)

Schuster and Hemsalech while measuring the duration of lines in metallic sparks noted that the air lines came on first, and that the H and K calcium spark lines seemed to begin after the air lines had gone out. Phil. Trans. 193A, p. 212, 1900. Schenck in Astrophysical Journal,  14, 1901, noted that on some of his photographs the Mg arc triplet at 3833 began later than the spark doublet at 4481.
[Crossref]

1899 (1)

Comptes Rendus, 1899.

Hemsalech,

Schuster and Hemsalech while measuring the duration of lines in metallic sparks noted that the air lines came on first, and that the H and K calcium spark lines seemed to begin after the air lines had gone out. Phil. Trans. 193A, p. 212, 1900. Schenck in Astrophysical Journal,  14, 1901, noted that on some of his photographs the Mg arc triplet at 3833 began later than the spark doublet at 4481.
[Crossref]

Salis,

Salis, Annalen der Physik,  76, p. 145, 1925.
[Crossref]

Schuster,

Schuster and Hemsalech while measuring the duration of lines in metallic sparks noted that the air lines came on first, and that the H and K calcium spark lines seemed to begin after the air lines had gone out. Phil. Trans. 193A, p. 212, 1900. Schenck in Astrophysical Journal,  14, 1901, noted that on some of his photographs the Mg arc triplet at 3833 began later than the spark doublet at 4481.
[Crossref]

Annalen der Physik (1)

Salis, Annalen der Physik,  76, p. 145, 1925.
[Crossref]

Comptes Rendus (1)

Comptes Rendus, 1899.

Phil. Trans. (2)

Schuster and Hemsalech while measuring the duration of lines in metallic sparks noted that the air lines came on first, and that the H and K calcium spark lines seemed to begin after the air lines had gone out. Phil. Trans. 193A, p. 212, 1900. Schenck in Astrophysical Journal,  14, 1901, noted that on some of his photographs the Mg arc triplet at 3833 began later than the spark doublet at 4481.
[Crossref]

Phil. Trans. 209A, p. 71, 1909.

Other (3)

Revised Paschen Notation.

Since the above was written measurements taken with the same circuit but with an improved mirror system indicate a longer time for this interval.

Loc. cit.

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