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  1. An Epochal Light Source, M. Luckiesh, Electrical World,  94, 835; 1929. Since the present manuscript was submitted the designation of this lamp has been changed to “Sunlight MAZDA Lamp (S-1)”.
  2. Artificial Sunlight, M. Luckiesh, D. Van Nostrand Company, 1930.
  3. Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
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  4. The Amount of Ultraviolet Radiation Necessary to Cure Rickets, Geo. H. Maughan and J. A. Dye, J.O.S.A.,  20, 279; 1930.
    [CrossRef]

1930 (2)

Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
[CrossRef]

The Amount of Ultraviolet Radiation Necessary to Cure Rickets, Geo. H. Maughan and J. A. Dye, J.O.S.A.,  20, 279; 1930.
[CrossRef]

1929 (1)

An Epochal Light Source, M. Luckiesh, Electrical World,  94, 835; 1929. Since the present manuscript was submitted the designation of this lamp has been changed to “Sunlight MAZDA Lamp (S-1)”.

Dye, J. A.

The Amount of Ultraviolet Radiation Necessary to Cure Rickets, Geo. H. Maughan and J. A. Dye, J.O.S.A.,  20, 279; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Holladay, L. L.

Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Luckiesh, M.

Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
[CrossRef]

An Epochal Light Source, M. Luckiesh, Electrical World,  94, 835; 1929. Since the present manuscript was submitted the designation of this lamp has been changed to “Sunlight MAZDA Lamp (S-1)”.

Artificial Sunlight, M. Luckiesh, D. Van Nostrand Company, 1930.

Maughan, Geo. H.

The Amount of Ultraviolet Radiation Necessary to Cure Rickets, Geo. H. Maughan and J. A. Dye, J.O.S.A.,  20, 279; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Taylor, A. H.

Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Electrical World (1)

An Epochal Light Source, M. Luckiesh, Electrical World,  94, 835; 1929. Since the present manuscript was submitted the designation of this lamp has been changed to “Sunlight MAZDA Lamp (S-1)”.

J.O.S.A. (2)

Reaction of Untanned Human Skin to Ultraviolet Radiation, M. Luckiesh, L. L. Holladay, and A. H. Taylor, J.O.S.A.,  20, 423; 1930.
[CrossRef]

The Amount of Ultraviolet Radiation Necessary to Cure Rickets, Geo. H. Maughan and J. A. Dye, J.O.S.A.,  20, 279; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Other (1)

Artificial Sunlight, M. Luckiesh, D. Van Nostrand Company, 1930.

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Figures (6)

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Sunlight (Type S–1) lamp.

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Arc, electrodes and filament of Sunlight (Type S–1) lamp, lighted.

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Energy distribution of sunlight (Type S–1) lamp in bands 100 A wide.

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Cumulative energy distribution of sunlight (Type S–1) lamp.

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Spectrograms of radiation from a quartz mercury; arc (A and P) and from a Sunlgiht (Type S–1) lamp in quartz bulb at various intervals after starting, as follows: (B) 10 sec.; (C) 30 sec; (D) 1 min.; (E). 1 1 2 min .; (F) 2 min.; (G) 3 min.; (H) 4 min.; (I) 6 min.; (J) 8 min.; (K) 10 min.; (L) 12 min.; (M) 15 min.; (N) 20 min.; (O) 30 min.

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Table 1 Distribution of energy in continuous and line spectra of a sunlight (Type S–1) lamp in direction normal to plane of electrodes and filament.

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Table 2 Energy of sunlight (Type S–1) lamp radiated in various spectral regions, in a direction normal to the plane of filament and electrodes, expressed in percent of the total energy radiated in this direction.