The Raman Effect with Hydrochloric Acid Gas: the ‘Missing Line.’

@article{WoodTheRE,
  title={The Raman Effect with Hydrochloric Acid Gas: the ‘Missing Line.’},
  author={R. Wood},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={123},
  pages={279-279}
}
  • R. Wood
  • Materials Science
  • Nature
  • I HAVE obtained lines of modified wave-length by the excitation of hydrochloric acid gas at atmospheric pressure, by the light of a glass Cooper-Hewitt lamp about five feet in length, placed parallel to and in contact with the tube containing the HCl, the whole being completely surrounded by a cylindrical reflector of very highly polished aluminium, which was in contact with the two glass tubes. Under these conditions the temperature of the gas was about 100° C., as indicated by a thermometer… CONTINUE READING
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