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  1. Bulletin Bur. Stds., 10, p. 391; 1914; ().Bulletin Bur. Stds.10, p. 557, 1914; ().Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 5, p. 753; 1910;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 6, p. 417; 1911;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 8, p. 410; 1913;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 10, p. 843; 1915.
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  2. Electrician (London),  53, p. 751, 1904;Jour. Inst. Elect. Engrs.,  38, p. 271, 1906–7;Jour. Gas Light,  99, p. 232, 1907;Nat’l Phys. Lab., Collected Researches,  3, p. 49, 1908.
  3. Electrical Review (London),  59, p. 496, 1906.
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  5. Phil. Mag.,  29, p. 63, 1915;Proc. Phys. Soc. London,  27, p. 263, 1915
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  6. , Electro-technical Laboratory, Department of Communications, Tokyo, Oct.1917.Sci. Abst. A. 21, Abst. 259, 1918.
  7. Crittenden and Taylor, Bull. Bur. Stds.10, p. 391, 1914; (); See p. 410.
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  8. Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc.,  10, p. 843; 1915.

1915 (2)

Phil. Mag.,  29, p. 63, 1915;Proc. Phys. Soc. London,  27, p. 263, 1915
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Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc.,  10, p. 843; 1915.

1911 (1)

Jour. Gas Light.,  115, p. 228, 1911.

1906 (1)

Electrical Review (London),  59, p. 496, 1906.

1904 (1)

Electrician (London),  53, p. 751, 1904;Jour. Inst. Elect. Engrs.,  38, p. 271, 1906–7;Jour. Gas Light,  99, p. 232, 1907;Nat’l Phys. Lab., Collected Researches,  3, p. 49, 1908.

Crittenden,

Crittenden and Taylor, Bull. Bur. Stds.10, p. 391, 1914; (); See p. 410.
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Taylor,

Crittenden and Taylor, Bull. Bur. Stds.10, p. 391, 1914; (); See p. 410.
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Electrical Review (London) (1)

Electrical Review (London),  59, p. 496, 1906.

Electrician (London) (1)

Electrician (London),  53, p. 751, 1904;Jour. Inst. Elect. Engrs.,  38, p. 271, 1906–7;Jour. Gas Light,  99, p. 232, 1907;Nat’l Phys. Lab., Collected Researches,  3, p. 49, 1908.

Jour. Gas Light. (1)

Jour. Gas Light.,  115, p. 228, 1911.

Phil. Mag. (1)

Phil. Mag.,  29, p. 63, 1915;Proc. Phys. Soc. London,  27, p. 263, 1915
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Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. (1)

Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc.,  10, p. 843; 1915.

Other (3)

Bulletin Bur. Stds., 10, p. 391; 1914; ().Bulletin Bur. Stds.10, p. 557, 1914; ().Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 5, p. 753; 1910;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 6, p. 417; 1911;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 8, p. 410; 1913;Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc. 10, p. 843; 1915.
[CrossRef]

, Electro-technical Laboratory, Department of Communications, Tokyo, Oct.1917.Sci. Abst. A. 21, Abst. 259, 1918.

Crittenden and Taylor, Bull. Bur. Stds.10, p. 391, 1914; (); See p. 410.
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Seasonal Variation of Humidity and Laboratory Temperatures Each circle represents the average of a day’s observations in connection with the calibration of pentane lamps at the Bureau of Standards during 1911. The dashed curve is the average of several years’ observations at the National Physical Laboratory.

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True Variation of Candlepower of Pentane Lamp with Humidity Results of determinations in special apparatus at practically constant temperature. The slope of the curve is 0.52 per cent per unit of humidity.

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Direct Determination of Effect of Temperature on Candlepower of Pentane Lamp This rough determination checks satisfactorily the results obtained indirectly by analysis of measurements made under varying natural atmospheric conditions.

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Table 1 Water-Vapor Correction Factors for Pentane Lamp

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Table 2 Water-Vapor Correction Factor For Pentane Lamps