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  1. Harrison and Forbes, J.O.S.A. 10, 1; 1925. Forbes and Harrison, J.O.S.A. 11, 99; 1925.
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  2. Forbes and Harrison, J.A.C.S.,  47, 2449; 1925. Lange and Meggers, Bur. Stds. J. Res. (5),  4, 711; 1930.
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  3. Sosman, The Properties of Silica p. 99, American Chemical Society Monograph, 1927.
  4. R.H. Crist, J.A.C.S. 52, 4337; 1930.
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  5. L. J. Buttloph, The Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Mercury Arcs.Rev. Sci. Inst. 1 (9) 487, 1930.
    [CrossRef]
  6. If a large electrode and high melting De Khotinsky were used cooling would not be necessary.
  7. R. H. Crist, J.A.C.S.,  52, 4337; 1930.
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  8. Proc. Phy. Soc. 42 (5) 556; 1930.
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1930 (4)

R.H. Crist, J.A.C.S. 52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

L. J. Buttloph, The Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Mercury Arcs.Rev. Sci. Inst. 1 (9) 487, 1930.
[CrossRef]

R. H. Crist, J.A.C.S.,  52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Proc. Phy. Soc. 42 (5) 556; 1930.
[CrossRef]

1925 (2)

Harrison and Forbes, J.O.S.A. 10, 1; 1925. Forbes and Harrison, J.O.S.A. 11, 99; 1925.
[CrossRef]

Forbes and Harrison, J.A.C.S.,  47, 2449; 1925. Lange and Meggers, Bur. Stds. J. Res. (5),  4, 711; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Buttloph, L. J.

L. J. Buttloph, The Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Mercury Arcs.Rev. Sci. Inst. 1 (9) 487, 1930.
[CrossRef]

Crist, R. H.

R. H. Crist, J.A.C.S.,  52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Crist, R.H.

R.H. Crist, J.A.C.S. 52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Forbes,

Harrison and Forbes, J.O.S.A. 10, 1; 1925. Forbes and Harrison, J.O.S.A. 11, 99; 1925.
[CrossRef]

Forbes and Harrison, J.A.C.S.,  47, 2449; 1925. Lange and Meggers, Bur. Stds. J. Res. (5),  4, 711; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Harrison,

Forbes and Harrison, J.A.C.S.,  47, 2449; 1925. Lange and Meggers, Bur. Stds. J. Res. (5),  4, 711; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Harrison and Forbes, J.O.S.A. 10, 1; 1925. Forbes and Harrison, J.O.S.A. 11, 99; 1925.
[CrossRef]

Sosman,

Sosman, The Properties of Silica p. 99, American Chemical Society Monograph, 1927.

J.A.C.S. (3)

Forbes and Harrison, J.A.C.S.,  47, 2449; 1925. Lange and Meggers, Bur. Stds. J. Res. (5),  4, 711; 1930.
[CrossRef]

R.H. Crist, J.A.C.S. 52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

R. H. Crist, J.A.C.S.,  52, 4337; 1930.
[CrossRef]

J.O.S.A. (1)

Harrison and Forbes, J.O.S.A. 10, 1; 1925. Forbes and Harrison, J.O.S.A. 11, 99; 1925.
[CrossRef]

Proc. Phy. Soc. (1)

Proc. Phy. Soc. 42 (5) 556; 1930.
[CrossRef]

Rev. Sci. Inst. (1)

L. J. Buttloph, The Electrical Characteristics of Commercial Mercury Arcs.Rev. Sci. Inst. 1 (9) 487, 1930.
[CrossRef]

Other (2)

If a large electrode and high melting De Khotinsky were used cooling would not be necessary.

Sosman, The Properties of Silica p. 99, American Chemical Society Monograph, 1927.

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Curve I. Capillary 5 cm long, 0.7 mm wall, 2 mm bore. Burned under water. Wattages applied at points indicated by arrows. Observations made on blue line.Curve II. Lamp burned under water. Renewed at breaks by burning front in air and cooling rear with running water. Differences of renewals due to various inputs during the operation. Cleaning of front by this process does not change rate of decay on further operation. Observations made on λ365.