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Spectroscope apparatus for Solar spectrum research
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar
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Work Type
Optics
Date
1839-1860
Location
England
Material
brass (copper, zinc alloy)
copper (alloy)
cotton (textile)
glass
mahogany (wood)
paper (fibre product)
sisal (fibre)
Description
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Used by John Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prim (See note)
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum, unsigned, England, United Kingdom, 1840-1845. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Designed and used by William Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prism (See note).
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum, unsigned, England, United Kingdom, 1840-1845. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Used by John Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prism (See note).
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Used by John Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prism (See note)
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Used by William Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prim (See note)
Prismatic apparatus for photographic researches on the solar spectrum. Consists of 2 glass prisms in mount, large objective glass lens and long, hooped framework covered with velvet for darkness and vertical bracket for paper scale. Used by John Herschel in his investigations of the solar spectrum's affects on photosensitive material using a waterfilled prim (See note)
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co3618
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