Microscope glass slide with original vacuum photographs of ultra-violet spectra of aluminium and hydrogen

Made:
1900 in Leipzig
photographer:
Victor Schumann

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Microscope glass slide (3 x 1-inches), on which are mounted original vacuum photographs of the ultra-violet spectra of aluminium and hydrogen in leather case, taken by Victor Schumann, Leipzig, 1900.

Details

Category:
Optics
Object Number:
1948-144
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), glass, leather, leatherette, paper (fibre product), silk, velvet, wood (unidentified)
credit:
Solar Physics Observatory, Cambridge
status:
Permanent collection

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