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  1. Published by permission of the Director of the Bureau of Standards of the U. S. Department of Commerce.
  2. This work was done in collaboration with Dr. Arthur E. Ruark, in an attempt to excite the green aurora line with high voltage electrons in nitrogen at very low pressures. The aurora line is not present in spectra obtained at 1160 volts with a Hilger E2 spectrograph.
  3. Lilienfeld, Phys. ZS. 20, pp. 280–2, 1919; idem 21, pp. 249–56, 1920.

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Published by permission of the Director of the Bureau of Standards of the U. S. Department of Commerce.

This work was done in collaboration with Dr. Arthur E. Ruark, in an attempt to excite the green aurora line with high voltage electrons in nitrogen at very low pressures. The aurora line is not present in spectra obtained at 1160 volts with a Hilger E2 spectrograph.

Lilienfeld, Phys. ZS. 20, pp. 280–2, 1919; idem 21, pp. 249–56, 1920.

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