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  1. Comptes Rendus,  146, 446–451; 1908.
  2. J. de Physique (4)  7, 821–825; 1908.
  3. Societe Francaise de Physique, Procès Verbaux, 1911 p. 69.
  4. La Nature,  36, pt 1, 252–254; 1908.
  5. J.O.S.A.,  20, 332; 1930.
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  6. Estanave has recently (Comptes Rendus,  24, 1405; 1930) described a test of the Lippmann method using exactly this kind of perforated screen. He viewed the negative through the screen, but, contrary to the above findings, he reported a complete verification of the principle. The object photographed,—a bright lamp filament—could not have been worse for purposes of making a critical test, and none of his observations of movement of the image, etc., are in conflict with the above discussion.

1930 (2)

J.O.S.A.,  20, 332; 1930.
[Crossref]

Estanave has recently (Comptes Rendus,  24, 1405; 1930) described a test of the Lippmann method using exactly this kind of perforated screen. He viewed the negative through the screen, but, contrary to the above findings, he reported a complete verification of the principle. The object photographed,—a bright lamp filament—could not have been worse for purposes of making a critical test, and none of his observations of movement of the image, etc., are in conflict with the above discussion.

1911 (1)

Societe Francaise de Physique, Procès Verbaux, 1911 p. 69.

1908 (3)

La Nature,  36, pt 1, 252–254; 1908.

Comptes Rendus,  146, 446–451; 1908.

J. de Physique (4)  7, 821–825; 1908.

Comptes Rendus (2)

Comptes Rendus,  146, 446–451; 1908.

Estanave has recently (Comptes Rendus,  24, 1405; 1930) described a test of the Lippmann method using exactly this kind of perforated screen. He viewed the negative through the screen, but, contrary to the above findings, he reported a complete verification of the principle. The object photographed,—a bright lamp filament—could not have been worse for purposes of making a critical test, and none of his observations of movement of the image, etc., are in conflict with the above discussion.

J. de Physique (1)

J. de Physique (4)  7, 821–825; 1908.

J.O.S.A. (1)

J.O.S.A.,  20, 332; 1930.
[Crossref]

La Nature (1)

La Nature,  36, pt 1, 252–254; 1908.

Societe Francaise de Physique, Procès Verbaux (1)

Societe Francaise de Physique, Procès Verbaux, 1911 p. 69.

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