SYNODIC GRAVITY

Page 1 Atomic Spectra

Last Revision:  04-04-2015


NOTE:  I ERRANTLY USED THE TERM HETERODYNE - ALL REFERENCES TO THESE SHOULD BE IGNORED.



Evaluating Atomic Spectra for Addition and Subtraction of Wavelengths
Add_of_Waves3.pdf



EVALUATING ATOMIC SPECTRA FOR ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF WAVELENGTHS

ELEMENT RESULTS BELOW:  Long tables include the add/difference equation

SULFUR SPECTRA VALUES FROM CRC HANDBOOK
SULFUR SPECTRA  SEARCH

RANDOM GENERATED SULFUR SAMPLE #1        15 random samples were run these are the high and low  
RANDOM GENERATED SULFUR SAMPLE #2         

LEAD (Pb) SPECTRA VALUIES CRC HANDBOOK
LEAD (Pb) SPECTRA SEARCH
LEAD (Pb) RANDOM GENERATED SAMPLE #1      15 random samples were run this one is an average

HELIUM SPECTRA W/Extras

CARBON  RESULTS         Incoporated Harmonic Divisors 1-3  Tol. .025 A
CARBON SPECTRA VALUES CRC HANDBOOK   
Comparable carbon random files exhibit approx 1/3 less hits.

Hydrogen only has 8 hits without the Whole Number Harmonic Divisors - but has 383 hits when the picks
are divided by consecutive whole#s.  While the random file only shows 26 hits with 1-15 harmonic divisors.
HYDROGEN With 1-15 Harmonic Whole# Divisors
RANDOM GENERATED HYDROGEN W/1-15 Harmonic Whole# Divisors


Because HC is a common compound.
Hydrogen and Carbon Run Together Results

The atomic spectra computer program 'RAINBOW' is available for $6000.00.  
QB45 is required.  Runs on windows XP or earlier with a RS-232 parallel printer port (Dot Matrix Printer).
Add $400 for pre-loaded on XP machine. 

Email:  
todd.grig2@gmail.com