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  1. Trans. I. E. S., 101., pp. 203–208; 1915.
  2. Bureau Standards Sci. Paps. No. 299; May, 1917.
  3. Jour. Frank. Inst., 188, p. 219; 1919.
  4. Bureau Standards Sci. Paps. No. 475; table 3, last column; 1923.
  5. The visual transmissive measurements were made by Dr. M. K. Frehafer.
  6. The illustrations were made by Mr. C. L. Snow.
  7. Loc. cit.
  8. The actual figures used in this computation were 0.62436 and 0.69973 instead of those given. Likewise, throughout the paper, the complete numbers were retained in the various computations.
  9. Loc. cit.
  10. Gibson and Tyndall, loc. cit.

Frehafer, M. K.

The visual transmissive measurements were made by Dr. M. K. Frehafer.

Snow, C. L.

The illustrations were made by Mr. C. L. Snow.

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Trans. I. E. S., 101., pp. 203–208; 1915.

Bureau Standards Sci. Paps. No. 299; May, 1917.

Jour. Frank. Inst., 188, p. 219; 1919.

Bureau Standards Sci. Paps. No. 475; table 3, last column; 1923.

The visual transmissive measurements were made by Dr. M. K. Frehafer.

The illustrations were made by Mr. C. L. Snow.

Loc. cit.

The actual figures used in this computation were 0.62436 and 0.69973 instead of those given. Likewise, throughout the paper, the complete numbers were retained in the various computations.

Loc. cit.

Gibson and Tyndall, loc. cit.

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