Definition of Chromospheres

1. Noun. (plural of chromosphere) ¹



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Definition of Chromospheres

1. chromosphere [n] - See also: chromosphere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromospheres

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Literary usage of Chromospheres

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1. The Causes and Course of Organic Evolution: A Study of Bioenergics by John Muirhead MacFarlane (1918)
"... chromospheres, arranged along and embedded in the chromosome substance. These undergo division, some time before division lengthwise of each chromosome ..."

2. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"The electric arc and spark appear to reproduce the temperatures of many stellar chromospheres and reversing layers. The electric furnace of Moissan seems to ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1869)
"... so to speak, to measure the varying pressures in the solar and stellar chromospheres; for every star has, has had, or will have a chromosphere, ..."

4. Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of by Henry Enfield Roscoe (1873)
"From these observations you sec that the stars possess chromospheres of ignited hydrogen, and you will not fail to draw the inference, already pointed out ..."

5. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1872)
"... meteors, lightning, the aurora borealis, but especially the sun with its extraordinary phenomena of gas streams, prominences, spots, chromospheres, etc. ..."

6. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1884)
"... incapable of duly comprehending the chromospheres and the l.ii-nl.i of the new astronomy, look back with yearning to the older days when the sun was ..."

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