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Ultra-Violet Absorption Spectra of Cyanogen and the Cyanogen Halides

Nature volume 128, pages 271272 (15 August 1931) | Download Citation

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We have photographed the absorption spectra of cyanogen chloride, bromide, and iodide, and cyanogen itself in the gaseous state. The light source was a water-cooled quartz hydrogen tube consuming 0.5 amp. at 10,000 volts, from which the emission was perfectly continuous up to the short wave-length limit of the spectrograph (1840 A.).

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  1. Chemistry Department, University of Edinburgh, July 23.

    • R. B. MOONEY
    •  & H. G. REID

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