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  1. Case, Phys. Rev. (2),  9, p. 305; April1917.See also papers by the writer Proc. Phil. Soc. Wash., Feb1917;Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci.,  7, p. 525; 1917, andB. S. Bulletin,  14, p. 159; 1918.
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  2. Cuprous oxide appears to have its maximum sensitivity in the ultra-violet; Pfund, Phys. Rev. 7, p. 289; 1916.
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  3. Pfund, Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 370; 1912.
  4. Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 132; 1919.
  5. See further data on silver sulphide, Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 208; 1919.
  6. Elliot, Phys. Rev. (2)  5, p. 59; 1915.
  7. Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 242; 1919.

1919 (3)

Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 132; 1919.

See further data on silver sulphide, Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 208; 1919.

Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 242; 1919.

1917 (1)

Case, Phys. Rev. (2),  9, p. 305; April1917.See also papers by the writer Proc. Phil. Soc. Wash., Feb1917;Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci.,  7, p. 525; 1917, andB. S. Bulletin,  14, p. 159; 1918.
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1916 (1)

Cuprous oxide appears to have its maximum sensitivity in the ultra-violet; Pfund, Phys. Rev. 7, p. 289; 1916.
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1915 (1)

Elliot, Phys. Rev. (2)  5, p. 59; 1915.

1912 (1)

Pfund, Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 370; 1912.

Elliot,

Elliot, Phys. Rev. (2)  5, p. 59; 1915.

Pfund,

Cuprous oxide appears to have its maximum sensitivity in the ultra-violet; Pfund, Phys. Rev. 7, p. 289; 1916.
[CrossRef]

Pfund, Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 370; 1912.

Bul. Bur. Stds. (3)

Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 132; 1919.

See further data on silver sulphide, Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 208; 1919.

Bul. Bur. Stds. 15, p. 242; 1919.

Phys. Rev. (4)

Elliot, Phys. Rev. (2)  5, p. 59; 1915.

Case, Phys. Rev. (2),  9, p. 305; April1917.See also papers by the writer Proc. Phil. Soc. Wash., Feb1917;Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci.,  7, p. 525; 1917, andB. S. Bulletin,  14, p. 159; 1918.
[CrossRef]

Cuprous oxide appears to have its maximum sensitivity in the ultra-violet; Pfund, Phys. Rev. 7, p. 289; 1916.
[CrossRef]

Pfund, Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 370; 1912.

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Figures (4)

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F. 1

Distribution of energy in the spectrum of a Nernst glower as observed with a nonselective radiometer, A, and with a selenium cell, B. Curves C and D (from Pfund) give the responses of a selenium cell in an equal energy spectrum.

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F. 2

Variation of photo-electric current with time of exposure to radiation.

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F. 3

Effect of intensity of radiation upon spectral photo-electric sensitivity.

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F. 4

Effect of temperature upon spectral photo-electric sensitivity of molybdenite.