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  1. Burgess: High Temperature Measurement,. p 291. Glazebrook: Dict of Applied Physics, 1, p. 643.
  2. Langmuir: Phys Rev., N.S. 2, p. 138; 1915.
  3. Forsythe, J.O.S.A, 6, 496; 1921.
  4. Foote, Fairchild, and Harrison: Tech. Paper, B.S. No. 170, p. 100.
  5. Waidner & Burgess: Bull. B.S. 6, p. 189, 1909.
  6. Mendenhall: Phys. Rev. 33, p. 74; 1911.
  7. Foote and Fairchild: A.I.M.M.E. Symposium, p. 331; 1920.
  8. Henning: ZS. f. Instru., 30, p. 61; 1910.
  9. Forsythe: J.O.S.A. 5, p. 85; 1921.
  10. Good glass screens of various color can be obtained from the Corning Glass Works at Corning, N. Y. The set of Wratten and Wainwright screens made by the Eastman Kodak Co. will be found very useful.
  11. Jones: J. Frank. Inst., 183, p. 500; 1917.
  12. Hyde, Cady, Forsythe: Astrophys. J, 42, p. 294; 1915.
  13. Forsythe: J.O.S.A., 4, p. 322; 1920.
  14. Forsythe: Chem. & Met. Eng. 22, p. 1211; 1920.
  15. Cady: Trans. I.E.S., 16, p. 138; 1921.
  16. Hyde, Cady, Forsythe: Astrophys. J., 42, p. 303; 1915.
  17. Hyde: A.I.M.M.E. Symposium, p. 285; 1920.
  18. This calibration was made for Mr. McKay of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric Co. at Schenectady.
  19. Worthing: Phys. Rev., N. S. 10, 377, 1917.
  20. Mendenhall: Astrophys. J. 33, p. 91, 1911.
  21. Spence: Astrophys. J., 37, p. 194; 1913.
  22. Fairchild: J.O.S.A., 4, p. 496; 1920.
  23. Trans. Faraday Soc., 15, p. 21; 1920.
  24. Schuster, "Theory of Optics," p. 152; 1909.
  25. Worthing and Forsythe: Phys. Rev., 4, p. 163; 1914.
  26. Fairchild: J.O.S.A.& R.S.I., 7, p. 543; 1923.
  27. Trans. I.E.S., 13, p. 523; 1918.

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Burgess: High Temperature Measurement,. p 291. Glazebrook: Dict of Applied Physics, 1, p. 643.

Langmuir: Phys Rev., N.S. 2, p. 138; 1915.

Forsythe, J.O.S.A, 6, 496; 1921.

Foote, Fairchild, and Harrison: Tech. Paper, B.S. No. 170, p. 100.

Waidner & Burgess: Bull. B.S. 6, p. 189, 1909.

Mendenhall: Phys. Rev. 33, p. 74; 1911.

Foote and Fairchild: A.I.M.M.E. Symposium, p. 331; 1920.

Henning: ZS. f. Instru., 30, p. 61; 1910.

Forsythe: J.O.S.A. 5, p. 85; 1921.

Good glass screens of various color can be obtained from the Corning Glass Works at Corning, N. Y. The set of Wratten and Wainwright screens made by the Eastman Kodak Co. will be found very useful.

Jones: J. Frank. Inst., 183, p. 500; 1917.

Hyde, Cady, Forsythe: Astrophys. J, 42, p. 294; 1915.

Forsythe: J.O.S.A., 4, p. 322; 1920.

Forsythe: Chem. & Met. Eng. 22, p. 1211; 1920.

Cady: Trans. I.E.S., 16, p. 138; 1921.

Hyde, Cady, Forsythe: Astrophys. J., 42, p. 303; 1915.

Hyde: A.I.M.M.E. Symposium, p. 285; 1920.

This calibration was made for Mr. McKay of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric Co. at Schenectady.

Worthing: Phys. Rev., N. S. 10, 377, 1917.

Mendenhall: Astrophys. J. 33, p. 91, 1911.

Spence: Astrophys. J., 37, p. 194; 1913.

Fairchild: J.O.S.A., 4, p. 496; 1920.

Trans. Faraday Soc., 15, p. 21; 1920.

Schuster, "Theory of Optics," p. 152; 1909.

Worthing and Forsythe: Phys. Rev., 4, p. 163; 1914.

Fairchild: J.O.S.A.& R.S.I., 7, p. 543; 1923.

Trans. I.E.S., 13, p. 523; 1918.

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