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The Test supplied by Change of Refrangibility WE have then got so far. Limiting our studies to iron we find that the prominence spectrum is made up of one set of lines seen in the terrestrial spectrum, and the spot spectrum made up of another set. And more than this, if we add the lines seen in the prominence and spot spectra together we do not then by any means make up the complete spectrum.

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