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  1. Jour. Opt. Soc. Am., 2, 3, p. 23; 1919.Bur. Standards Sci. Paper No. 349, October, 1919.
  2. Bur. Stand. Tech. Paper No. 167, "An Examination of the Munsell Color System,"September, 1920.Bur. Stand. Sci. Paper No. 440, "The Spectral Transmissive Properties of Dyes,"June, 1922.
  3. The author is indebted to Mr. C. L. Snow for these illustrations.
  4. See, for example, Ives: Astrop. Jour. 40, p. 182; 1914.
  5. This may, instead, have been a result of the obstruction by the grid of the photoelectric cell, which might vary as the area of irradiation varied.
  6. Bur. Stand. Sci. Paper No. 319, p. 524; June, 1918.

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Jour. Opt. Soc. Am., 2, 3, p. 23; 1919.Bur. Standards Sci. Paper No. 349, October, 1919.

Bur. Stand. Tech. Paper No. 167, "An Examination of the Munsell Color System,"September, 1920.Bur. Stand. Sci. Paper No. 440, "The Spectral Transmissive Properties of Dyes,"June, 1922.

The author is indebted to Mr. C. L. Snow for these illustrations.

See, for example, Ives: Astrop. Jour. 40, p. 182; 1914.

This may, instead, have been a result of the obstruction by the grid of the photoelectric cell, which might vary as the area of irradiation varied.

Bur. Stand. Sci. Paper No. 319, p. 524; June, 1918.

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