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  1. Ellis, Physical Review (In press).
  2. Coblentz, Pub. of the Carnegie Institution, No. 35; 1905.
  3. Kratzer, ZS. f. Physik,  3, p. 189; 1920.
  4. Schaefer and Thomas, ZS. f. Physik,  12, p. 330; 1923.
    [Crossref]
  5. Coblentz, Scientific Papers of the Bur. Stand., No. 418; 1921.
  6. Gibson, Cotton Oil Press, Washington, D. C., Sept.1920.
  7. Coblentz, Bulletin, Bureau of Standards,  7; 1911.
  8. Kemble, Phys. Rev. 2, p. 8; 1916.

1923 (1)

Schaefer and Thomas, ZS. f. Physik,  12, p. 330; 1923.
[Crossref]

1921 (1)

Coblentz, Scientific Papers of the Bur. Stand., No. 418; 1921.

1920 (1)

Kratzer, ZS. f. Physik,  3, p. 189; 1920.

1916 (1)

Kemble, Phys. Rev. 2, p. 8; 1916.

1911 (1)

Coblentz, Bulletin, Bureau of Standards,  7; 1911.

Coblentz,

Coblentz, Scientific Papers of the Bur. Stand., No. 418; 1921.

Coblentz, Bulletin, Bureau of Standards,  7; 1911.

Coblentz, Pub. of the Carnegie Institution, No. 35; 1905.

Ellis,

Ellis, Physical Review (In press).

Gibson,

Gibson, Cotton Oil Press, Washington, D. C., Sept.1920.

Kemble,

Kemble, Phys. Rev. 2, p. 8; 1916.

Kratzer,

Kratzer, ZS. f. Physik,  3, p. 189; 1920.

Schaefer,

Schaefer and Thomas, ZS. f. Physik,  12, p. 330; 1923.
[Crossref]

Thomas,

Schaefer and Thomas, ZS. f. Physik,  12, p. 330; 1923.
[Crossref]

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards (1)

Coblentz, Bulletin, Bureau of Standards,  7; 1911.

Phys. Rev. (1)

Kemble, Phys. Rev. 2, p. 8; 1916.

Scientific Papers of the Bur. Stand. (1)

Coblentz, Scientific Papers of the Bur. Stand., No. 418; 1921.

ZS. f. Physik (2)

Kratzer, ZS. f. Physik,  3, p. 189; 1920.

Schaefer and Thomas, ZS. f. Physik,  12, p. 330; 1923.
[Crossref]

Other (3)

Ellis, Physical Review (In press).

Coblentz, Pub. of the Carnegie Institution, No. 35; 1905.

Gibson, Cotton Oil Press, Washington, D. C., Sept.1920.

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Characteristic infrared absorption frequencies of cotton-seed oil

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Characteristic infrared absorption frequencies of water

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Typical near infrared absorption curves automatically recorded on photographic paper.

Tables (3)

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Table 1 Harmonic frequencies in the infrared

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Table 2 Infrared absorption bands of water.

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ν n = n ν 0 ( 1 n x ) = n ν 0 n 2 ν 0 x
ν 0 ( 1 x ) : 2 ν 0 ( 1 2 x ) : 3 ν 0 ( 1 3 x )