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  1. Matthew Luckiesh and A. Hadley Taylor, “Factors affecting the fading of dyed textiles by radiant energy,” American Dyestuff Reporter (October14, 1940).
  2. A. H. Taylor and G. P. Kerr, “The distribution of energy in the visible spectrum of daylight,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. 31, 3 (1941).
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  3. R. F. Wysocki and A. K. Gaetjens, “Color-matching at the Forbes Varnish Company,” Ilium. Eng. 35, 343 (1940).

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1940 (2)

Matthew Luckiesh and A. Hadley Taylor, “Factors affecting the fading of dyed textiles by radiant energy,” American Dyestuff Reporter (October14, 1940).

R. F. Wysocki and A. K. Gaetjens, “Color-matching at the Forbes Varnish Company,” Ilium. Eng. 35, 343 (1940).

Gaetjens, A. K.

R. F. Wysocki and A. K. Gaetjens, “Color-matching at the Forbes Varnish Company,” Ilium. Eng. 35, 343 (1940).

Kerr, G. P.

Luckiesh, Matthew

Matthew Luckiesh and A. Hadley Taylor, “Factors affecting the fading of dyed textiles by radiant energy,” American Dyestuff Reporter (October14, 1940).

Taylor, A. H.

Taylor, A. Hadley

Matthew Luckiesh and A. Hadley Taylor, “Factors affecting the fading of dyed textiles by radiant energy,” American Dyestuff Reporter (October14, 1940).

Wysocki, R. F.

R. F. Wysocki and A. K. Gaetjens, “Color-matching at the Forbes Varnish Company,” Ilium. Eng. 35, 343 (1940).

American Dyestuff Reporter (1)

Matthew Luckiesh and A. Hadley Taylor, “Factors affecting the fading of dyed textiles by radiant energy,” American Dyestuff Reporter (October14, 1940).

Ilium. Eng. (1)

R. F. Wysocki and A. K. Gaetjens, “Color-matching at the Forbes Varnish Company,” Ilium. Eng. 35, 343 (1940).

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (1)

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Figures (17)

F. 1
F. 1

Spectral reflectance of (A) one sheet, (B) two and three sheets of light blue bond paper, each sheet 0.004 inch thick. (C) transmittance of one sheet. (Reflectance measurements of paper and all other translucent materials were made with a backing of black velvet.)

F. 2
F. 2

Spectral reflectance of (A) one, (B) two, (C) three, and (D) four sheets of salmon pink bond paper. (E) tran smittance of one sheet. (F) two sheets.

F. 3
F. 3

Spectral reflectance of thin coats of a yellow paint on glass. (A) one, (B) two, (C) three, (D) four coats. Transmittance of (E) one and (F) three coats.

F. 4
F. 4

Spectral reflectance (A) one, (B) two, (C) three, and (D) four sheets of translucent yellow plastic, each sheet being approximately 0.05 inch thick.

F. 5
F. 5

Spectral reflectance of thin green paint on black cardboard. (A) one, (B) two, (C) three, and (D) four coats.

F. 6
F. 6

Spectral reflectance of the same green paint when applied to white cardboard in (A) one, (B) two, (C) three, and (D) four coats. Compare with Fig. 5.

F. 7
F. 7

Spectral reflectance of one to five coats (A to E, respectively) of thin white lacquer on black cardboard.

F. 8
F. 8

Spectral reflectance of one to five coats (A to E, respectively) of thin white lacquer on white cardboard.

F. 9
F. 9

Effect of coating thickness on the spectral reflectance of white porcelain enamel; (A) 40, (B) 46, and (C) 61 grams per square foot. Note similarity to Fig. 7.

F. 10
F. 10

Reflectance and transmittance curves for one to six coats of thin white lacquer on clear glass.

F. 11
F. 11

Effect of refiring on the spectral reflectance of blue porcelain enamel, 50 grams per square foot (A) before and (B) after refiring.

F. 12
F. 12

Effect of tinting white paint with raw sienna to make a light ivory. (A) Reflectance of the unmodified white paint and (B) and (C), with the addition of raw sienna. (D) Transmittance of a thin coat of the light ivory paint on glass.

F. 13
F. 13

Reflectance curves for opposite sides of a light blue-green bond paper.

F. 14
F. 14

Change in spectral reflectance of pink silk cloth due to fading produced by long exposure to light. (N) new and (F) faded.

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F. 15

Spectral reflectance of two “freakish” dyed textiles which both look brown in daylight, but under light from tungsten lamps 5A is greenish gray and 5B is brown.

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F. 16

Color matching booth in General Electric Lighting Institute at Nela Park, Cleveland.

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F. 17

Color matching booth at Forbes Varnish Company, Cleveland.