Abstract

The authors have used various sized particles of phosphors and have found that within the range of sizes used, the smaller the size the greater is the intensity of fluorescence. The graph bears out this relation. The phenomenon of fluorescence seems to be a surface phenomenon.

© 1941 Optical Society of America

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