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  1. “Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Alkali Metal,” Ives, Astrophysical J.,  60, No. 4, November1924.
  2. “Electrical and Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Rubidium on Glass,” Ives and Johnsrud, Astrophysical J.,  62, p. 309; 1925.
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  3. “Plane Waves of Light,” Fry, to appear in J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 16, January, 1928.
  4. The values for the constants of rubidium as here determined differ considerably from those obtained by Namanson (Phys. Rev., 40, 3, p. 231) who made his observations on a rubidium-backed glass plate. He gives (interpolating for λ5461), n=.14, and nk (our Ko) 1.15.
  5. See a résumé on “Atomic Dimensions” by Lunnon, Phys. Soc. London, p. 93, Feb.15, 1926.
  6. The constants chosen for platinum may be compared with those obtained by W. Meier (Ann. d. Phys., 31, p. 1064; 1910). He gives n=244 and nk (our Ko) 3.44.

1926 (1)

See a résumé on “Atomic Dimensions” by Lunnon, Phys. Soc. London, p. 93, Feb.15, 1926.

1925 (1)

“Electrical and Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Rubidium on Glass,” Ives and Johnsrud, Astrophysical J.,  62, p. 309; 1925.
[CrossRef]

1924 (1)

“Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Alkali Metal,” Ives, Astrophysical J.,  60, No. 4, November1924.

Fry,

“Plane Waves of Light,” Fry, to appear in J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 16, January, 1928.

Lunnon,

See a résumé on “Atomic Dimensions” by Lunnon, Phys. Soc. London, p. 93, Feb.15, 1926.

Meier, W.

The constants chosen for platinum may be compared with those obtained by W. Meier (Ann. d. Phys., 31, p. 1064; 1910). He gives n=244 and nk (our Ko) 3.44.

Namanson,

The values for the constants of rubidium as here determined differ considerably from those obtained by Namanson (Phys. Rev., 40, 3, p. 231) who made his observations on a rubidium-backed glass plate. He gives (interpolating for λ5461), n=.14, and nk (our Ko) 1.15.

Ives and Johnsrud, Astrophysical J. (1)

“Electrical and Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Rubidium on Glass,” Ives and Johnsrud, Astrophysical J.,  62, p. 309; 1925.
[CrossRef]

Ives, Astrophysical J. (1)

“Photoelectric Properties of Thin Films of Alkali Metal,” Ives, Astrophysical J.,  60, No. 4, November1924.

Phys. Soc. London (1)

See a résumé on “Atomic Dimensions” by Lunnon, Phys. Soc. London, p. 93, Feb.15, 1926.

Other (3)

The constants chosen for platinum may be compared with those obtained by W. Meier (Ann. d. Phys., 31, p. 1064; 1910). He gives n=244 and nk (our Ko) 3.44.

“Plane Waves of Light,” Fry, to appear in J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 16, January, 1928.

The values for the constants of rubidium as here determined differ considerably from those obtained by Namanson (Phys. Rev., 40, 3, p. 231) who made his observations on a rubidium-backed glass plate. He gives (interpolating for λ5461), n=.14, and nk (our Ko) 1.15.

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Figures (5)

Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Apparatus used in studying the optical properties of thin films of rubidium on glass and platinum.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Phase shifts at various angles of incidence for glass and different thicknesses of rubidium on glass.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

Analyzer settings at various angles of incidence for glass and different thicknesses of rubidium on glass.

Fig. 4
Fig. 4

Analyzer settings at various angles of incidence for platinum and rubidium, and for a thin film of rubidium on platinum (computed).

Fig. 5
Fig. 5

Phase shifts at various angles of incidence for glass, platinum, and rubidium, and for a thin film of rubidium on platinum (computed).