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On a Measuring Apparatus for Direct-Vision Spectroscopes

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THERE are few who possess Browning's “miniature,” or other small direct-vision spectroscopes, but must have felt the want of some means of measuring the positions of spectral lines; and, indeed, little useful spectrum work is possible without it. I think, therefore, a description of a simple arrangement I have used for some time for this purpose may prove useful.

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