La spectrographie des rayons X de grande longueur d'onde. Séries N et O, et jonction avec l'ultraviolet extrême

@article{DauvillierLaSD,
  title={La spectrographie des rayons X de grande longueur d'onde. S{\'e}ries N et O, et jonction avec l'ultraviolet extr{\^e}me},
  author={A. Dauvillier},
  journal={Journal De Physique Et Le Radium},
  volume={8},
  pages={1-12}
}
L'auteur decrit une methode applicable au domaine spectrographique inconnu compris entre 20 et 136 A, limite de la spectrographie optique. Le rayonnement est produit par bombardement, au moyen d'electrons lents, d'une anticathode recouverte, a tout instant, d'un film de l'element dont on veut obtenir le spectre. Ce film est entretenu par l'evaporation de la cathode. Le tube et le spectrographe sont separes par une membrane transparente et etanche. La plaque photographique, du type Schumann, est… 
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