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  1. Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 268.
  2. Abney, Phil. Trans.,  171, p. 653, 1880,and Phil. Trans. 177, p. 457, 1886.
    [Crossref]
  3. Vogel, “Handbuch der Photographic,” 4th Ed., 1, p. 204, 1890.
  4. Eder, “Ausführliches Handbuch der Photographie,” 2, p. 443, 1898.
  5. Eder and Valenta, “Beiträge zur Photochemie und Spectralanalyse,” Part iii, p. 78, Wien, 1904.
  6. Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 270.
  7. Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 95, Wien, 1904.
  8. Wallace, Astroph. Jl.,  26, p. 299, 1907.
    [Crossref]
  9. See B. S. Cir., “Color-Sensitive Photographic Plates,” Nov.6, 1919.
  10. Burka, Journal Franklin Institute, p. 25, Jan., 1920.
    [Crossref]
  11. The crystallography and optical properties of this dye have been described by E. T. Wherry and E. Q. Adams, Journal Washington Academy of Sciences,  9, p. 396, 1919.
  12. Journal Franklin Institute, p. 26, Jan., 1920.
  13. Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 35, Wien, 1904.
  14. Read also “Progress in Photography Resulting from the War,” by Paul W. Merrill, in Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, No. 185, pp. 1–11, Feb., 1920.
  15. Pub., Astron. Soc., Pac., Vol.  xxxii No. 185, 1920, Frontispiece and page 69.
  16. Lindemann, Monthly Notices, R. A. S,  77, pp. 140–151, 1916.

1920 (3)

Burka, Journal Franklin Institute, p. 25, Jan., 1920.
[Crossref]

Journal Franklin Institute, p. 26, Jan., 1920.

Pub., Astron. Soc., Pac., Vol.  xxxii No. 185, 1920, Frontispiece and page 69.

1919 (1)

The crystallography and optical properties of this dye have been described by E. T. Wherry and E. Q. Adams, Journal Washington Academy of Sciences,  9, p. 396, 1919.

1916 (1)

Lindemann, Monthly Notices, R. A. S,  77, pp. 140–151, 1916.

1907 (1)

Wallace, Astroph. Jl.,  26, p. 299, 1907.
[Crossref]

1880 (1)

Abney, Phil. Trans.,  171, p. 653, 1880,and Phil. Trans. 177, p. 457, 1886.
[Crossref]

Abney,

Abney, Phil. Trans.,  171, p. 653, 1880,and Phil. Trans. 177, p. 457, 1886.
[Crossref]

Adams, E. Q.

The crystallography and optical properties of this dye have been described by E. T. Wherry and E. Q. Adams, Journal Washington Academy of Sciences,  9, p. 396, 1919.

Burka,

Burka, Journal Franklin Institute, p. 25, Jan., 1920.
[Crossref]

Cir., B. S.

See B. S. Cir., “Color-Sensitive Photographic Plates,” Nov.6, 1919.

Eder,

Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 35, Wien, 1904.

Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 95, Wien, 1904.

Eder, “Ausführliches Handbuch der Photographie,” 2, p. 443, 1898.

Eder and Valenta, “Beiträge zur Photochemie und Spectralanalyse,” Part iii, p. 78, Wien, 1904.

Lindemann,

Lindemann, Monthly Notices, R. A. S,  77, pp. 140–151, 1916.

Mees,

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 270.

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 268.

Merrill, Paul W.

Read also “Progress in Photography Resulting from the War,” by Paul W. Merrill, in Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, No. 185, pp. 1–11, Feb., 1920.

Sheppard,

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 268.

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 270.

Valenta,

Eder and Valenta, “Beiträge zur Photochemie und Spectralanalyse,” Part iii, p. 78, Wien, 1904.

Vogel,

Vogel, “Handbuch der Photographic,” 4th Ed., 1, p. 204, 1890.

Wallace,

Wallace, Astroph. Jl.,  26, p. 299, 1907.
[Crossref]

Wherry, E. T.

The crystallography and optical properties of this dye have been described by E. T. Wherry and E. Q. Adams, Journal Washington Academy of Sciences,  9, p. 396, 1919.

Astroph. Jl. (1)

Wallace, Astroph. Jl.,  26, p. 299, 1907.
[Crossref]

Journal Franklin Institute (2)

Burka, Journal Franklin Institute, p. 25, Jan., 1920.
[Crossref]

Journal Franklin Institute, p. 26, Jan., 1920.

Journal Washington Academy of Sciences (1)

The crystallography and optical properties of this dye have been described by E. T. Wherry and E. Q. Adams, Journal Washington Academy of Sciences,  9, p. 396, 1919.

Monthly Notices, R. A. S (1)

Lindemann, Monthly Notices, R. A. S,  77, pp. 140–151, 1916.

Phil. Trans. (1)

Abney, Phil. Trans.,  171, p. 653, 1880,and Phil. Trans. 177, p. 457, 1886.
[Crossref]

Pub., Astron. Soc., Pac. (1)

Pub., Astron. Soc., Pac., Vol.  xxxii No. 185, 1920, Frontispiece and page 69.

Other (9)

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 268.

Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 35, Wien, 1904.

Read also “Progress in Photography Resulting from the War,” by Paul W. Merrill, in Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, No. 185, pp. 1–11, Feb., 1920.

Vogel, “Handbuch der Photographic,” 4th Ed., 1, p. 204, 1890.

Eder, “Ausführliches Handbuch der Photographie,” 2, p. 443, 1898.

Eder and Valenta, “Beiträge zur Photochemie und Spectralanalyse,” Part iii, p. 78, Wien, 1904.

Sheppard and Mees, “Theory of the Photographic Process,” p. 270.

Eder, “Beiträge zur Photochemie,” Part iii, p. 95, Wien, 1904.

See B. S. Cir., “Color-Sensitive Photographic Plates,” Nov.6, 1919.

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Figures (9)

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F. 1

Spectral sensitivity of Seed’s 23 plates stained with various dyes.

F. 2
F. 2

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of orthochrom T.

F. 3
F. 3

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of pinaverdol.

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F. 4

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of pinacyanol.

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F. 5

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of German dicyanin.

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F. 6

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of dicyanin A.

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F. 7

Spectral transmission and photo-sensitizing of kryptocyanin.

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F. 8

Seed’s 30 plate exposed 1/100 second behind F/11 lens without color filter. Taken simultaneously with Fig. 9 in a multiple lens airplane camera at 10,000 feet altitude.

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F. 9

Seed’s 23 plate stained with pinacyanol and exposed 1/100 second behind F/6.8 lens with orange color filter. Taken simultaneously with Fig. 8 in a multiple lens airplane camera at 10,000 feet altitude.