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Rydberg and the Periodic System of the Elements

  • Wolfgang Pauli
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Abstract

It is not so well known as it should be that Rydberg’s occupation with spectral lines had its origin in his interest in the periodic system of the elements, an interest which accompanied him through his whole life.

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Atomic Number Periodic System Atomic Spectroscopy Corona Line Famous Formula 
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    J. R. Rydberg: “Recherches sur la constitution des spectres d’émission des éléments chimiques”, Kongl. Svenska Vetenskapsakademiens Handlingar, Vol. 23, Nr. 11, Stockholm 1890. (In German: “Untersuchungen über die Beschaffenheit der Emissionsspektren der chemischen Elemente”, Ostwalds Klassiker der exakten Wissenschaften Nr. 196, Leipzig 1922.)Google Scholar
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    From Ostwalds Klassiker, Nr. 196, p. 9 f.Google Scholar
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    See footnote 5.Google Scholar
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