1 edition of On the relative behaviour of the H and K lines of the spectrum of calcium. found in the catalog.
On the relative behaviour of the H and K lines of the spectrum of calcium.
Huggins, William Sir
Reprinted from Proc. of the Royal Society, vol. 61.
|Contributions||Huggins, Lady, d. 1915., Royal Society (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.p. 433-441 :|
|Number of Pages||441|
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The rare-earth ions cerium ii, lanthanum ii, dysprosium ii, and additionally zirconium ii and iron ii, are seen as weak emission features in the wings of the solar Ca ii H and K lines.
The origin of the CA II and NA I absorptions towards HR all three calcium lines exhibited a narrow emission feature in the line core with a shift of —() km/sec. The behavior of. Buy H.J.K.
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