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Although this progressive disappearance of submaxima has probably been observed in many laboratories, it apparently was not mentioned in the literature until as late as 1938. After the present work was completed our attention was called to an article in the Journal of Science of Hirosima University, Series A, 14, 239–242, Sept. 1950 by Takeyama, Kitahara, and Matuhayasi giving a preliminary, qualitative treatment of this problem with a slit source. In this article reference is made to D. Onoyama, Journal of Science of Hirosima University, 8, 81 (1938), who found that the number of secondary maxima diminished, one by one, as the breadth of the slit of the collimator was gradually increased.
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See reference 3, pp. 312–317.