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  1. Nichols, E. L., Sci., 55, p. 157; 1922.
  2. Nichols, E. L., and Howes, H. L., J.O.S.A., 6, No. 1, p. 42; 1922.
  3. Kunz, J., and Stebbins, J., Phys. Rev., 7, (Ser. 2) p. 62; 1916.
  4. Seiler, E. F., Astrophys. J., 52, No. 3, p. 129; 1920.
  5. The pump used was a Cenco Hyvac, rpm 200–240,driven by a Cenco motor on a 110 volt current.
  6. The induction coil was a Thordarson Type 6, operated by a 6 volt current.
  7. Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Rev., 28, No. 2, p. 103; 1925.
  8. Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Co. Private communication.
  9. MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, W., J.C.S. 111, p. 663; 1917.
  10. Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A. 8, No. 5, p. 659; 1924.
  11. Hedges, E. S., and Myers, J. E., J.C.S., 125, p. 604, and p. 1282; 1924.
  12. Ostwald, W. Z. physikal. Chem., 35, 33, p. 204, 1900.
  13. Bredig, G., and Weinmayr, I. Z. physikal. Chem., 42, p. 601; 1903.
  14. MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, R., J.C.S., 111, pp. 663–683; 1917.
  15. Regular glass filters—Wratten filters.
  16. Headden, W. P., A.J.Sci., 5, p. 314; 1923.
  17. Headden, W. P., A. J. Sci., 6, p. 247; 1923.
  18. Headden, W. P., Colo. Sci., Soc., 11, p. 399; 1923.
  19. Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, p. 287; 1924.
  20. Arcs were all operated by 110 volts direct current.
  21. Electric light was a tungsten filament, nitrogen filled bulb, candle power 50 w and voltage 110.
  22. Mercury vapor lamp was in a quartz tube.
  23. Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, No. 2, pp. 295–299; 1924.

Andrews, W. S.

Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Rev., 28, No. 2, p. 103; 1925.

Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Co. Private communication.

Bredig, G.

Bredig, G., and Weinmayr, I. Z. physikal. Chem., 42, p. 601; 1903.

Headden, W. P.

Headden, W. P., A.J.Sci., 5, p. 314; 1923.

Headden, W. P., A. J. Sci., 6, p. 247; 1923.

Headden, W. P., Colo. Sci., Soc., 11, p. 399; 1923.

Hedges, E. S.

Hedges, E. S., and Myers, J. E., J.C.S., 125, p. 604, and p. 1282; 1924.

Howes, H. L.

Nichols, E. L., and Howes, H. L., J.O.S.A., 6, No. 1, p. 42; 1922.

Kunz, J.

Kunz, J., and Stebbins, J., Phys. Rev., 7, (Ser. 2) p. 62; 1916.

MacDougall, E.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, W., J.C.S. 111, p. 663; 1917.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, R., J.C.S., 111, pp. 663–683; 1917.

Myers, J. E.

Hedges, E. S., and Myers, J. E., J.C.S., 125, p. 604, and p. 1282; 1924.

Nichols, E. L.

Nichols, E. L., Sci., 55, p. 157; 1922.

Nichols, E. L., and Howes, H. L., J.O.S.A., 6, No. 1, p. 42; 1922.

Ostwald, W. Z.

Ostwald, W. Z. physikal. Chem., 35, 33, p. 204, 1900.

Seiler, E. F.

Seiler, E. F., Astrophys. J., 52, No. 3, p. 129; 1920.

Stebbins, J.

Kunz, J., and Stebbins, J., Phys. Rev., 7, (Ser. 2) p. 62; 1916.

Stewart, A. W.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, W., J.C.S. 111, p. 663; 1917.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, R., J.C.S., 111, pp. 663–683; 1917.

Tanaka, T.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A. 8, No. 5, p. 659; 1924.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, p. 287; 1924.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, No. 2, pp. 295–299; 1924.

Weinmayr,

Bredig, G., and Weinmayr, I. Z. physikal. Chem., 42, p. 601; 1903.

Wright, R.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, R., J.C.S., 111, pp. 663–683; 1917.

Wright, W.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, W., J.C.S. 111, p. 663; 1917.

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Nichols, E. L., Sci., 55, p. 157; 1922.

Nichols, E. L., and Howes, H. L., J.O.S.A., 6, No. 1, p. 42; 1922.

Kunz, J., and Stebbins, J., Phys. Rev., 7, (Ser. 2) p. 62; 1916.

Seiler, E. F., Astrophys. J., 52, No. 3, p. 129; 1920.

The pump used was a Cenco Hyvac, rpm 200–240,driven by a Cenco motor on a 110 volt current.

The induction coil was a Thordarson Type 6, operated by a 6 volt current.

Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Rev., 28, No. 2, p. 103; 1925.

Andrews, W. S., Gen. El. Co. Private communication.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, W., J.C.S. 111, p. 663; 1917.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A. 8, No. 5, p. 659; 1924.

Hedges, E. S., and Myers, J. E., J.C.S., 125, p. 604, and p. 1282; 1924.

Ostwald, W. Z. physikal. Chem., 35, 33, p. 204, 1900.

Bredig, G., and Weinmayr, I. Z. physikal. Chem., 42, p. 601; 1903.

MacDougall, E., Stewart, A. W., and Wright, R., J.C.S., 111, pp. 663–683; 1917.

Regular glass filters—Wratten filters.

Headden, W. P., A.J.Sci., 5, p. 314; 1923.

Headden, W. P., A. J. Sci., 6, p. 247; 1923.

Headden, W. P., Colo. Sci., Soc., 11, p. 399; 1923.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, p. 287; 1924.

Arcs were all operated by 110 volts direct current.

Electric light was a tungsten filament, nitrogen filled bulb, candle power 50 w and voltage 110.

Mercury vapor lamp was in a quartz tube.

Tanaka, T., J.O.S.A., 8, No. 2, pp. 295–299; 1924.

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