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  1. A. Imhof, Physik. Zeits. 18, 78 (1917).
  2. Handbuch der Experimental Physik, Vol. 23, 976.
  3. In this paper the abbreviations suggested by Imhof are used as follows: Triboluminescence—TL, Triboluminescent—tl.
  4. C. W. Waggoner, Phys. Rev. 7, 402 (1916).
  5. D. M. Nelson, J. O. S. A. 12, 207 (1926).
  6. K. Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 196, Wien. Ber. 11a, 136, 43 (1927). K. Przibram and Kara Michailowa, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 149, Wien. Ber. 11a, 131, 511 (1922). F. Urbach, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 261, Wien. Ber. 11a, 139, 353 (1930).
  7. Frances G. Wick, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 389, Wien. Ber. 11a, 145, 689 (1936).
  8. Urbain, Ann. de Chemie et de Phys. 18, 222 (1909).
  9. Haberlandt, Karlik, Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 336, Wien. Ber. 11a, 143, 151 (1934).
  10. F. G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 24, 272 (1924).
  11. H. Steinmetz, Naturwiss. 24, 172 (1936).
  12. H. Haberlandt, Wien. Ber. 11a, 144, 663 (1936).
  13. Haberlandt and Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung 313, 11a, 142, 235 (1933).
  14. Longchambon, Comptes rendus 174, 1633 (1922). Comptes rendus 176, 691 (1923).
  15. Wick and Carter, J. O. S. A. 18, 383 (1929).
  16. Nyswander and Cohn, Phys. Rev. 36, 1257 (1930).
  17. Wick and Slattery, J. O. S. A. 16, 398 (1928).
  18. Nichols and Wick, J. O. S. A. 22, 357 (1932).
  19. Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publication No. 384, p. 172 (1928).
  20. W. P. Headden, Am. J. Sci. 21, 301 (1906).
  21. W. P. Headden, Proc. Col. Sci. Soc. 12, 399 (1923).
  22. Purple fluorite from Weardale, specimen 7, Table I, after certain exposure to radium, shows green TL and purple low temperature thermoluminescence. This is due to an excess of Eu which dominates in the TL but not in the thermoluminescence. The green bands of Tb and Dy which dominate in the TL can also be seen in the spectrum of the low temperature thermoluminescence but they are dim compared with the Eu band.
  23. Wiedemann and Schmidt, Ann. de Chemie et de Phys. 56, 201 (1895).
  24. Nichols and Howes, Phys. Rev. 27, 803 (1926).

Haberlandt, H.

H. Haberlandt, Wien. Ber. 11a, 144, 663 (1936).

Headden, W. P.

W. P. Headden, Am. J. Sci. 21, 301 (1906).

W. P. Headden, Proc. Col. Sci. Soc. 12, 399 (1923).

Imhof, A.

A. Imhof, Physik. Zeits. 18, 78 (1917).

Nelson, D. M.

D. M. Nelson, J. O. S. A. 12, 207 (1926).

Przibram, K.

K. Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 196, Wien. Ber. 11a, 136, 43 (1927). K. Przibram and Kara Michailowa, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 149, Wien. Ber. 11a, 131, 511 (1922). F. Urbach, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 261, Wien. Ber. 11a, 139, 353 (1930).

Steinmetz, H.

H. Steinmetz, Naturwiss. 24, 172 (1936).

Waggoner, C. W.

C. W. Waggoner, Phys. Rev. 7, 402 (1916).

Wick, F. G.

F. G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 24, 272 (1924).

Wick, Frances G.

Frances G. Wick, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 389, Wien. Ber. 11a, 145, 689 (1936).

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A. Imhof, Physik. Zeits. 18, 78 (1917).

Handbuch der Experimental Physik, Vol. 23, 976.

In this paper the abbreviations suggested by Imhof are used as follows: Triboluminescence—TL, Triboluminescent—tl.

C. W. Waggoner, Phys. Rev. 7, 402 (1916).

D. M. Nelson, J. O. S. A. 12, 207 (1926).

K. Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 196, Wien. Ber. 11a, 136, 43 (1927). K. Przibram and Kara Michailowa, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 149, Wien. Ber. 11a, 131, 511 (1922). F. Urbach, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 261, Wien. Ber. 11a, 139, 353 (1930).

Frances G. Wick, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 389, Wien. Ber. 11a, 145, 689 (1936).

Urbain, Ann. de Chemie et de Phys. 18, 222 (1909).

Haberlandt, Karlik, Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung, No. 336, Wien. Ber. 11a, 143, 151 (1934).

F. G. Wick, Phys. Rev. 24, 272 (1924).

H. Steinmetz, Naturwiss. 24, 172 (1936).

H. Haberlandt, Wien. Ber. 11a, 144, 663 (1936).

Haberlandt and Przibram, Mitt. d. Inst. f. Radiumforschung 313, 11a, 142, 235 (1933).

Longchambon, Comptes rendus 174, 1633 (1922). Comptes rendus 176, 691 (1923).

Wick and Carter, J. O. S. A. 18, 383 (1929).

Nyswander and Cohn, Phys. Rev. 36, 1257 (1930).

Wick and Slattery, J. O. S. A. 16, 398 (1928).

Nichols and Wick, J. O. S. A. 22, 357 (1932).

Nichols and Howes, Carnegie Publication No. 384, p. 172 (1928).

W. P. Headden, Am. J. Sci. 21, 301 (1906).

W. P. Headden, Proc. Col. Sci. Soc. 12, 399 (1923).

Purple fluorite from Weardale, specimen 7, Table I, after certain exposure to radium, shows green TL and purple low temperature thermoluminescence. This is due to an excess of Eu which dominates in the TL but not in the thermoluminescence. The green bands of Tb and Dy which dominate in the TL can also be seen in the spectrum of the low temperature thermoluminescence but they are dim compared with the Eu band.

Wiedemann and Schmidt, Ann. de Chemie et de Phys. 56, 201 (1895).

Nichols and Howes, Phys. Rev. 27, 803 (1926).

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