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  1. R. W. Wood, "Intensity of grating spectra," Astrophys. J. 21, 173–175 (1905), Physik. Zeits. 6, 238 (1905).
  2. R. W. Wood, "The echelette grating for the infra-red," Phil. Mag. 20, 770–778 (1910).
  3. R. W. Wood, "Recent improvements in diffraction gratings," Nature 140, 723–724 (1937).
  4. R. W. Wood, "Improved diffraction gratings and replicas," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 34, 509–516 (1944).
  5. A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 20, 886–898 (1910).
  6. A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Note on infra-red investigations with the echelette grating," Phil. Mag. 20, 898–901 (1910).
  7. A. Trowbridge and I. B. Crandall, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 22, 534–547 (1911).
  8. H. D. Babcock, "Bright diffraction gratings," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 34, 1–5 (1944).
  9. Henry A. Rowland, "Gratings in theory and practice," Astron. and Astrophys. 12, 129–149 (1893), or Phil. Mag. [5] 35, 397–419 (1893), or Physical Papers of Henry A. Rowland (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1902), 525–544.
  10. E. C. C. Baly, Spectroscopy (Longmans, Green and Company, London), first edition, 1905, p. 158; second edition, 1912, p. 179–180. (The third edition is not accessible to the writers.) Quoting from the first edition: "The theory of the effect of varying the nature of the ruling has been worked out by Rowland very fully, and the abnormal results obtained in practice can be mathematically accounted for." (This is not strictly true.)
  11. H. Kayser, Handbuch der Spectroscopie (S. Hirzel, Leipzig, 1900), Vol. I, pp. 433–434.
  12. Robert D. Heidenreich, "Techniques in applied electron microscopy," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 35, 139–148 (1935).
  13. H. M. Randall, "Spectroscopy of the far infra-red," Rev. Mod. Phvs. 10, 72–84 (1938).

1944 (2)

1938 (1)

H. M. Randall, "Spectroscopy of the far infra-red," Rev. Mod. Phvs. 10, 72–84 (1938).

1937 (1)

R. W. Wood, "Recent improvements in diffraction gratings," Nature 140, 723–724 (1937).

1935 (1)

1911 (1)

A. Trowbridge and I. B. Crandall, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 22, 534–547 (1911).

1910 (3)

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 20, 886–898 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Note on infra-red investigations with the echelette grating," Phil. Mag. 20, 898–901 (1910).

R. W. Wood, "The echelette grating for the infra-red," Phil. Mag. 20, 770–778 (1910).

1905 (1)

R. W. Wood, "Intensity of grating spectra," Astrophys. J. 21, 173–175 (1905), Physik. Zeits. 6, 238 (1905).

Babcock, H. D.

Baly, E. C. C.

E. C. C. Baly, Spectroscopy (Longmans, Green and Company, London), first edition, 1905, p. 158; second edition, 1912, p. 179–180. (The third edition is not accessible to the writers.) Quoting from the first edition: "The theory of the effect of varying the nature of the ruling has been worked out by Rowland very fully, and the abnormal results obtained in practice can be mathematically accounted for." (This is not strictly true.)

Crandall, I. B.

A. Trowbridge and I. B. Crandall, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 22, 534–547 (1911).

Heidenreich, Robert D.

Kayser, H.

H. Kayser, Handbuch der Spectroscopie (S. Hirzel, Leipzig, 1900), Vol. I, pp. 433–434.

Randall, H. M.

H. M. Randall, "Spectroscopy of the far infra-red," Rev. Mod. Phvs. 10, 72–84 (1938).

Rowland, Henry A.

Henry A. Rowland, "Gratings in theory and practice," Astron. and Astrophys. 12, 129–149 (1893), or Phil. Mag. [5] 35, 397–419 (1893), or Physical Papers of Henry A. Rowland (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1902), 525–544.

Trowbridge, A.

A. Trowbridge and I. B. Crandall, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 22, 534–547 (1911).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Note on infra-red investigations with the echelette grating," Phil. Mag. 20, 898–901 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 20, 886–898 (1910).

Wood, R. W.

R. W. Wood, "Improved diffraction gratings and replicas," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 34, 509–516 (1944).

R. W. Wood, "Recent improvements in diffraction gratings," Nature 140, 723–724 (1937).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Note on infra-red investigations with the echelette grating," Phil. Mag. 20, 898–901 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 20, 886–898 (1910).

R. W. Wood, "The echelette grating for the infra-red," Phil. Mag. 20, 770–778 (1910).

R. W. Wood, "Intensity of grating spectra," Astrophys. J. 21, 173–175 (1905), Physik. Zeits. 6, 238 (1905).

Astrophys. J. (1)

R. W. Wood, "Intensity of grating spectra," Astrophys. J. 21, 173–175 (1905), Physik. Zeits. 6, 238 (1905).

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (3)

Nature (1)

R. W. Wood, "Recent improvements in diffraction gratings," Nature 140, 723–724 (1937).

Phil. Mag. (4)

R. W. Wood, "The echelette grating for the infra-red," Phil. Mag. 20, 770–778 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 20, 886–898 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and R. W. Wood, "Note on infra-red investigations with the echelette grating," Phil. Mag. 20, 898–901 (1910).

A. Trowbridge and I. B. Crandall, "Groove-form and energy distribution of diffraction gratings," Phil. Mag. 22, 534–547 (1911).

Rev. Mod. Phvs. (1)

H. M. Randall, "Spectroscopy of the far infra-red," Rev. Mod. Phvs. 10, 72–84 (1938).

Other (3)

Henry A. Rowland, "Gratings in theory and practice," Astron. and Astrophys. 12, 129–149 (1893), or Phil. Mag. [5] 35, 397–419 (1893), or Physical Papers of Henry A. Rowland (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1902), 525–544.

E. C. C. Baly, Spectroscopy (Longmans, Green and Company, London), first edition, 1905, p. 158; second edition, 1912, p. 179–180. (The third edition is not accessible to the writers.) Quoting from the first edition: "The theory of the effect of varying the nature of the ruling has been worked out by Rowland very fully, and the abnormal results obtained in practice can be mathematically accounted for." (This is not strictly true.)

H. Kayser, Handbuch der Spectroscopie (S. Hirzel, Leipzig, 1900), Vol. I, pp. 433–434.

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