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  1. This is essentially the method used by Priest in his colorimeter (J.O.S.A. and R.S.I. 8- 173; 1924 and seems to be the method employed at present in the photoelectric spectrophotometers devised by Mulder and Razek and by the American Photoelectric Corporation.
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1924 (1)

This is essentially the method used by Priest in his colorimeter (J.O.S.A. and R.S.I. 8- 173; 1924 and seems to be the method employed at present in the photoelectric spectrophotometers devised by Mulder and Razek and by the American Photoelectric Corporation.
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Priest,

This is essentially the method used by Priest in his colorimeter (J.O.S.A. and R.S.I. 8- 173; 1924 and seems to be the method employed at present in the photoelectric spectrophotometers devised by Mulder and Razek and by the American Photoelectric Corporation.
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J.O.S.A. and R.S.I. (1)

This is essentially the method used by Priest in his colorimeter (J.O.S.A. and R.S.I. 8- 173; 1924 and seems to be the method employed at present in the photoelectric spectrophotometers devised by Mulder and Razek and by the American Photoelectric Corporation.
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i ( 1 r ) a .
i ( 1 S ) ( A a α ) .
F S = i [ α + ( 1 r ) a + ( 1 S ) ( A a α ) ] .
F S = I [ α + ( 1 R ) a + ( 1 S ) ( A a α ) ] .
b = r i
B = R I
r R = b B · I i .
I i = A S ( A a α ) a r A S ( A a α ) a R = 1 + a ( R r ) A S ( A a α ) a R .
r R = b B ,
I / i = 1 + 0.252 ( R r ) .
I i = 1 + ( R r ) [ a A S ( A a α ) a R a A ]
1 + 0.242 ( R r ) instead of 1 + 0.252 ( R r ) .
1 a ( 1 r ) A .