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  1. L. F. Costa, K. D. Mielenz, F. Grum, Optical Radiation Measurements. Vol. 3. Measurement of Photoluminescence, K. D. Mielenz, Ed. (Academic, New York, 1982), pp. 139–174.
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  3. J. C. DeVos, Physica 20, 690 (1954).
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  4. To perform this least-squares analysis, a program capable of accepting a multidimensioned vector as the independent variable was required. Such a program has been developed by A. H. Heiss, now of Bruker Instruments, Inc., and J. P. Hessler of Argonne National Laboratory.

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1954 (1)

J. C. DeVos, Physica 20, 690 (1954).
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Costa, L. F.

L. F. Costa, K. D. Mielenz, F. Grum, Optical Radiation Measurements. Vol. 3. Measurement of Photoluminescence, K. D. Mielenz, Ed. (Academic, New York, 1982), pp. 139–174.

DeVos, J. C.

J. C. DeVos, Physica 20, 690 (1954).
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Grum, F.

L. F. Costa, K. D. Mielenz, F. Grum, Optical Radiation Measurements. Vol. 3. Measurement of Photoluminescence, K. D. Mielenz, Ed. (Academic, New York, 1982), pp. 139–174.

Heiss, A. H.

To perform this least-squares analysis, a program capable of accepting a multidimensioned vector as the independent variable was required. Such a program has been developed by A. H. Heiss, now of Bruker Instruments, Inc., and J. P. Hessler of Argonne National Laboratory.

Hessler, J. P.

To perform this least-squares analysis, a program capable of accepting a multidimensioned vector as the independent variable was required. Such a program has been developed by A. H. Heiss, now of Bruker Instruments, Inc., and J. P. Hessler of Argonne National Laboratory.

Larrabee, R. D.

Mielenz, K. D.

L. F. Costa, K. D. Mielenz, F. Grum, Optical Radiation Measurements. Vol. 3. Measurement of Photoluminescence, K. D. Mielenz, Ed. (Academic, New York, 1982), pp. 139–174.

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (1)

Physica (1)

J. C. DeVos, Physica 20, 690 (1954).
[CrossRef]

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To perform this least-squares analysis, a program capable of accepting a multidimensioned vector as the independent variable was required. Such a program has been developed by A. H. Heiss, now of Bruker Instruments, Inc., and J. P. Hessler of Argonne National Laboratory.

L. F. Costa, K. D. Mielenz, F. Grum, Optical Radiation Measurements. Vol. 3. Measurement of Photoluminescence, K. D. Mielenz, Ed. (Academic, New York, 1982), pp. 139–174.

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Table I Coefficients a for the Spectral Emissivity of Tungsten as Measured by DeVos

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1 T = 1 T r + λ ln τ ( λ ) ɛ ( λ , T ) C 2 .
ɛ ( λ , T ) = a 0 + a 1 ( T - T 0 ) + [ b 0 + b 1 ( T - T 0 ) + b 2 ( T - T 0 ) 2 ] ( λ - λ 0 ) + [ c 0 + c 1 ( T - T 0 ) ] ( λ - λ 0 ) 2 .

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