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  1. Gans and Vanino, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 1905.
  2. Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publ.,  298, p. 142, 1919.
  3. Nichols and Howes, l.c.
  4. Nichols and Howes, l.c. p. 68.
  5. T. Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 287, 1924.
    [Crossref]
  6. See the extended investigations of Crookes, LeCoq de Boisbaudran, Urbain and others, and the recent studies by Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev.,  2….
  7. Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 294; 1924.
  8. Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 25, p. 588; 1925.

1925 (1)

Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 25, p. 588; 1925.

1924 (2)

T. Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 287, 1924.
[Crossref]

Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 294; 1924.

1919 (1)

Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publ.,  298, p. 142, 1919.

1905 (1)

Gans and Vanino, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 1905.

Gans,

Gans and Vanino, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 1905.

Howes,

Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publ.,  298, p. 142, 1919.

Nichols and Howes, l.c.

Nichols and Howes, l.c. p. 68.

Nichols,

Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publ.,  298, p. 142, 1919.

Nichols and Howes, l.c. p. 68.

Nichols and Howes, l.c.

Tanaka,

Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 294; 1924.

Tanaka, T.

T. Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 287, 1924.
[Crossref]

Vanino,

Gans and Vanino, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 1905.

Wick, Frances G.

Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 25, p. 588; 1925.

See the extended investigations of Crookes, LeCoq de Boisbaudran, Urbain and others, and the recent studies by Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev.,  2….

Carnegie Publ. (1)

Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publ.,  298, p. 142, 1919.

J.O.S.A. (2)

T. Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 287, 1924.
[Crossref]

Tanaka, J.O.S.A.,  8, p. 294; 1924.

Journal für Praktische Chemie (1)

Gans and Vanino, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 1905.

l.c. (2)

Nichols and Howes, l.c.

Nichols and Howes, l.c. p. 68.

Phys. Rev. (2)

See the extended investigations of Crookes, LeCoq de Boisbaudran, Urbain and others, and the recent studies by Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev.,  2….

Frances G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 25, p. 588; 1925.

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Figures (10)

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Curve for the optimum; NaPo3 as solvent

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Bands in the spectrum; Na PO3 as solvent.

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Spectrophotometric curve; Na PO3 as solvent.

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Bands in the spectrum; K PO3 and borax as solvents.

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Curve for the optimum; Na F as solvent.

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Spectrophotometric curves; NaF as solvent (1) 1:2000 (2) 1:100000.

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Components of spectrum at temperature of room and of liquid air; NaF as solvent.

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Curve for the optimum; CaF2 as solvent.

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Spectrophotometry curve; Ca F2 as solvent.

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Relation between molecular weights of solvents and position of the main crests.

Tables (6)

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Table 1 Components of the luminescence spectrum of uranyl phosphate in sodium phosphate at +20°C.

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Table 4 Components of the luminescence spectrum of uranyl fluoride in sodium fluoride, at 20° C

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Table 5 Components of the luminescence spectrum of uranyl fluoride in sodium fluoride at −180°.

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Table 6 Luminescetice spectrum of uranyl fluoride in calcium fluoride at 20°C.