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The identification of molecular spectra
Table of Persistent Band Heads.- Individual Band Systems.- Spectra of Deuterides.- Practical Procedure and Precautions.- On the identification of bands.- Sources.- Collimation.- Comparison spectra.-Expand
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The spectroscopy of flames
I. Flame Spectra.- The purpose of studying flame spectra.- Types of spectra.- The structure of flames.- The spectrum of the Bunsen flame.- Equilibria, radiation and collision processes.- II.Expand
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The shock tube in high-temperature chemical physics
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Handbook of Chemistry and Physics 47th edition
R. V. Weast (Ed.-in-Chief) London: Blackwell Scientific Publications. 1966. Pp. xxviii. Price £8 8s. The familiar handbook continues to expand with the growth of scientific data, and the littleExpand
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Spectrochemical Analysis
Metal SpectroscopyBy F. Twyman. Pp. ix + 569. (London: Charles Griffin and Co., Ltd., 1951.) 50s. net.
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Dissociation energies and spectra of diatomic molecules
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Atomic Spectra
THIS little book endeavours to give a comprehen- sive, but not too advanced, treatment of the theory of atomic spectra. The subject is presented so as to avoid the need for much mathematicalExpand
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Spectroscopy and combustion theory
spectroscopy and combustion theory judithdonnelly spectroscopy and combustion theory alisonlontay spectroscopy and combustion theory beaconac spectroscopy and combustion theory applications ofExpand
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Green and orange band spectra of CaOH, CaOD and calcium oxide
  • A. G. Gaydon
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  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 20 September 1955
The green and orange flame bands have also been obtained in a ‘vacuum’ arc in water vapour and heavy-water vapour. An isotope shift has been observed, supporting James & Sugden’s assignment of theExpand
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