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We know how many primary colors there are, how many primary touch sensations, and have a pretty good idea about primary tastes. We know how frequencies of sound are detected and that our sense of hearing processes by pitch and timbre. but what about smell? I attempt to unravel how olfaction is encoded and which notes combine to form familiar aromas.

Element Spectra

Different gases electrified in glass tubes produce distinctive colors of light. So do metals when sparked, or their salts in a flame. I've obtained as many pure elements as I could, in order to visually observe and photograph their spectra. The result is a collection of spectra in the visible region, and in a few cases the near infrared, whose line intensities can be considered the most accurate of available sources.