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  1. J. WhiteAmer. Chem. Soc., 36, p. 1868–1875; Laws, Electrical Measurements, p. 273–288; Watson, Practical Physics, p. 495–498; Griffiths, Methods of Measuring Temperature, p. 60–66.
  2. White, Ref. 1, p. 1871.
  3. Lindeck and Rothe, Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde,  20, p. 293, 1900.
  4. Hulett-Phys. Rev., 27, 33.
  5. Note: These two cells would not operate a Leeds & Northrup Company Type K potentiometer satisfactorily.
  6. See reference 3.

1900 (1)

Lindeck and Rothe, Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde,  20, p. 293, 1900.

Hulett,

Hulett-Phys. Rev., 27, 33.

Lindeck,

Lindeck and Rothe, Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde,  20, p. 293, 1900.

Rothe,

Lindeck and Rothe, Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde,  20, p. 293, 1900.

White,

White, Ref. 1, p. 1871.

White, J.

J. WhiteAmer. Chem. Soc., 36, p. 1868–1875; Laws, Electrical Measurements, p. 273–288; Watson, Practical Physics, p. 495–498; Griffiths, Methods of Measuring Temperature, p. 60–66.

Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde (1)

Lindeck and Rothe, Zeitschr. f. Instrumentenkunde,  20, p. 293, 1900.

Other (5)

Hulett-Phys. Rev., 27, 33.

Note: These two cells would not operate a Leeds & Northrup Company Type K potentiometer satisfactorily.

See reference 3.

J. WhiteAmer. Chem. Soc., 36, p. 1868–1875; Laws, Electrical Measurements, p. 273–288; Watson, Practical Physics, p. 495–498; Griffiths, Methods of Measuring Temperature, p. 60–66.

White, Ref. 1, p. 1871.

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