Zeeman Effect in Mercury


Michael Faraday first examined atomic spectra under the influence of a magnetic field in 1862 without much success. It would prove to be his final experimental attempt. Upon discovery of this fact, Pieter Zeeman again attempted the procedure in 1896, and was led to the startling conclusion that spectral lines seemed to split into multiple components in the… (More)


6 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Perepelitsa2007ZeemanEI, title={Zeeman Effect in Mercury}, author={Dennis V. Perepelitsa}, year={2007} }