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  1. M. Blau and B. Dreyfus, Rev. Sci. Inst. 16, 245 (1945).
  2. In a private communication, Mr. C. W. Walhausen, Chief Chemist of U. S. Radium, informed us that he had, for some time, been using radioactive light standards as a source for light.
  3. Compare reference 2.
  4. A similar arrangement was first used for investigation on the homogeneity of the alpha-radiation of various emitters by B. Karlik, Wien. Akad. Ber. 142, 115 (1933.)
  5. N. Riehl, Ann. d. Physik 29, 636 (1937).

Blau, M.

M. Blau and B. Dreyfus, Rev. Sci. Inst. 16, 245 (1945).

Dreyfus, B.

M. Blau and B. Dreyfus, Rev. Sci. Inst. 16, 245 (1945).

Karlik, B.

A similar arrangement was first used for investigation on the homogeneity of the alpha-radiation of various emitters by B. Karlik, Wien. Akad. Ber. 142, 115 (1933.)

Riehl, N.

N. Riehl, Ann. d. Physik 29, 636 (1937).

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M. Blau and B. Dreyfus, Rev. Sci. Inst. 16, 245 (1945).

In a private communication, Mr. C. W. Walhausen, Chief Chemist of U. S. Radium, informed us that he had, for some time, been using radioactive light standards as a source for light.

Compare reference 2.

A similar arrangement was first used for investigation on the homogeneity of the alpha-radiation of various emitters by B. Karlik, Wien. Akad. Ber. 142, 115 (1933.)

N. Riehl, Ann. d. Physik 29, 636 (1937).

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