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  1. Am. Jour. Sci., xxix, p. 93, 1910.
  2. In many laboratories temperatures are all given on the absolute centigrade scale and marked °K (Kelvin), that is they are given as degrees centigrade +273.1°.
  3. Sosman, Am. Jour. of Sci., xxx, 1, 1910.
  4. Astrophys. Jour., li, 244, 1920. Hoffmann und Meissner, Ann. d. Phys. 60, 201, 1919.
  5. Gen. Elec. Rev., 20, p. 749, 1917.
  6. Worthing, Astrophys. Jour., 36, p. 345, 1912.
  7. Phys. Rev., N. S., 4 p. .163, 1914.
  8. Loc. cit.
  9. Hyde, Cady and Forsythe, Astrophys. Jour. 42, p. 303, 1915.
  10. Foote, Bur. Stds. Bull., Vol. 12, p. 500, 1916.
  11. Astrophys. Jour., 48, p. 87, 1918.
  12. Astrophys. Jour., 42, p. 294, 1915.
  13. Hyde, Forsythe and Cady, Phys. Rev. II, 13, p. 45, 1919.
  14. Bull. Bur. of Stds., II, p. 483, 1915.
  15. If above values for the spectral distribution are reduced to actual energies care must be taken to introduce the value for dλ. Wien’s equation, as generally used, gives the value of the intensity rather than the actual energy. To reduce to energy the value of dλ must be introduced.
  16. Bull. of Bur. of Stds., xiii, p. 459, 1916.

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Am. Jour. Sci., xxix, p. 93, 1910.

In many laboratories temperatures are all given on the absolute centigrade scale and marked °K (Kelvin), that is they are given as degrees centigrade +273.1°.

Sosman, Am. Jour. of Sci., xxx, 1, 1910.

Astrophys. Jour., li, 244, 1920. Hoffmann und Meissner, Ann. d. Phys. 60, 201, 1919.

Gen. Elec. Rev., 20, p. 749, 1917.

Worthing, Astrophys. Jour., 36, p. 345, 1912.

Phys. Rev., N. S., 4 p. .163, 1914.

Loc. cit.

Hyde, Cady and Forsythe, Astrophys. Jour. 42, p. 303, 1915.

Foote, Bur. Stds. Bull., Vol. 12, p. 500, 1916.

Astrophys. Jour., 48, p. 87, 1918.

Astrophys. Jour., 42, p. 294, 1915.

Hyde, Forsythe and Cady, Phys. Rev. II, 13, p. 45, 1919.

Bull. Bur. of Stds., II, p. 483, 1915.

If above values for the spectral distribution are reduced to actual energies care must be taken to introduce the value for dλ. Wien’s equation, as generally used, gives the value of the intensity rather than the actual energy. To reduce to energy the value of dλ must be introduced.

Bull. of Bur. of Stds., xiii, p. 459, 1916.

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