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PLASKETT: Vistas in Astronomy, Vol. I, p. 637. London: Pergamon Press 1955. A. S. EDDINGTON: Monthly Notices Roy. Astronom. Soc. London 89,620 (1929). 3 L. SPITZER: Astrophys. Journ. 99, 1 (1944). , R. v. D. R. WOOLEY: Monthly Notices Roy. Astronom. Soc. London 98, 624 (1938). 5 J. HOUTGAST: Diss. Utrecht 1942. 1 2 46 LEO GOLDBERG and A. KEITH PIERCE: The Photosphere of the Sun. Sect. 25. In the solar and stellar atmospheres, the re-distribution of absorbed frequencies is brought about by radiative damping, by pressure broadening and by the random motions of the absorbing and emitting atoms.

IV 11, Fasc. 1 (1951). 1 2 Ultra- Sect. 23. 41 Identifications. v. 9. 0113 Wv. v. Fig. 17. ). Photographed with the vacuum spectrograph of the McMath-Hulbert Observatory on Royal Pan emulsion at the center of the solar disk. 5th order of grating. l. exposure 45 sec. an atomic spectrum, but many molecular bands have also been identified. According to a recent survey by BROIDA and MOORE 1, 14 diatomic molecules are present in the Sun with reasonable certainty, whereas another 9 are possibly present.

SWENSSON: Mem. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liege, Ser. IV 11, Fasc. 1 (1951). 1 2 Ultra- Sect. 23. 41 Identifications. v. 9. 0113 Wv. v. Fig. 17. ). Photographed with the vacuum spectrograph of the McMath-Hulbert Observatory on Royal Pan emulsion at the center of the solar disk. 5th order of grating. l. exposure 45 sec. an atomic spectrum, but many molecular bands have also been identified. According to a recent survey by BROIDA and MOORE 1, 14 diatomic molecules are present in the Sun with reasonable certainty, whereas another 9 are possibly present.

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