Abstract

A form of apparatus is described by which illuminating gas, discharging through a type of Bunsen burner, may be loaded with salts whose bases produce notable selective emission. Spraying units are designed to discharge into a single burner if desired, permitting of rapid and easy change from one to another. The flames are remarkably intense and constant.

© 1926 Optical Society of America

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