The Spectra of Helium and Hydrogen

@article{FowlerTheSO,
  title={The Spectra of Helium and Hydrogen},
  author={Alfred Fowler},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={92},
  pages={232-233}
}
  • A. Fowler
  • Published 1 September 1913
  • Physics
  • Nature
I AM glad to have elicited this interesting communication from Dr. Bohr, and I readily admit that the more exact form of his equation given above is in close accordance with the observations of the lines in question. It will be seen that the equation now introduces a modified value for the Rydberg. series “constant,” 109675, in addition to its multiplication by 4 for the particular series under consideration. The constant 22779, which is deduced from the wavelengths of the lines is the… 
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