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  1. Ives, A Precision Artificial Eye, Phys. Rev. 6, (5), 334; 1915.
  2. Olpin, Inhibition of Photoelectric Emission by Near Infrared Light, Phys. Rev. 36, 376; 1930.
  3. Olpin, Method of Enhancing the Sensitiveness of Alkali Metal Photoelectric Cells, Phys. Rev. 36, 251; 1930.
  4. The Voltage Current Relation in Central Anode Photoelectric Cells, Ives and Fry, Astrophy. J., July, 1922.
  5. Uber Charakteristiken von Alkalizellen und ihre Bedeutung für die lichtelektrische Messmethod, Physik ZS., 29, 691; 1928.
  6. An optically ideal method for eliminating the dividing edge between two fields is that use in the polarization flicker photometer (Phil. Mag., April, 1917, p. 360).
  7. An outstanding advantage of alternating exposure and alternating current amplification is that leakage currents and thermionic currents (which are of measurable magnitude at room temperature with some caesium cells) are blocked from the measuring system.
  8. The need for a smooth transition between the two fields under comparison is again to be emphasized in this connection. A finite dividing line will introduce an alternating current which sets a lower limit to sensitivity.
  9. See also Sewig, Die lichtelektrische Zelle als Messinstrument, ZS für Instrumentenkunde, 50, 426; July, 1930. This paper contains many useful references.

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Ives, A Precision Artificial Eye, Phys. Rev. 6, (5), 334; 1915.

Olpin, Inhibition of Photoelectric Emission by Near Infrared Light, Phys. Rev. 36, 376; 1930.

Olpin, Method of Enhancing the Sensitiveness of Alkali Metal Photoelectric Cells, Phys. Rev. 36, 251; 1930.

The Voltage Current Relation in Central Anode Photoelectric Cells, Ives and Fry, Astrophy. J., July, 1922.

Uber Charakteristiken von Alkalizellen und ihre Bedeutung für die lichtelektrische Messmethod, Physik ZS., 29, 691; 1928.

An optically ideal method for eliminating the dividing edge between two fields is that use in the polarization flicker photometer (Phil. Mag., April, 1917, p. 360).

An outstanding advantage of alternating exposure and alternating current amplification is that leakage currents and thermionic currents (which are of measurable magnitude at room temperature with some caesium cells) are blocked from the measuring system.

The need for a smooth transition between the two fields under comparison is again to be emphasized in this connection. A finite dividing line will introduce an alternating current which sets a lower limit to sensitivity.

See also Sewig, Die lichtelektrische Zelle als Messinstrument, ZS für Instrumentenkunde, 50, 426; July, 1930. This paper contains many useful references.

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