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  1. A. Q. Tool and J. Valasek, , Jan., 1920.
  2. M. So, Proc., Tokyo Math, and Phys. Soc. (2),  9, p. 426, 1918.
  3. W. Rosenhain, Glass Manufacture, p. 2, 1919.
  4. C. G. Peters, Meeting Opt. Soc., Baltimore, 1918.C. G. Peters and C. H. Cragoe, Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 105, May, 1920.
  5. W. P. White, Am. J. Sci. (4),  47, p. 44, 1919.
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  6. J. O. Reed, Wied. Ann. d. Phys. u. Chem.,  65, p. 707, 1898.
    [Crossref]
  7. Loc. cit.
  8. Loc. cit.
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  10. A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman, Am. J. Sci. (4)  31, p. 341, 1911.
    [Crossref]
  11. A discussion of a very similar condition in the devitrification of glass was recently given by N. L. Bowen, J. Am. Cer. Soc.,  2, p. 261, 1919.
    [Crossref]
  12. Relaxation time may be defined as the time required for the viscous or plastic deformation to reach a value equal to the initial elastic deformation, when the viscous or plastic body is being subjected to a constant stress. This ignores the possibility that the rate of deformation immediately after the force has been applied is greater for plastic bodies than at any later time.
  13. R. Reiger, Verh. d. D. Physik. Ges.;  21, p. 421, 1919.
  14. L. Marchis, “Les Modifications Permanentes du Verre et le Deplacement du Zero des Thermometres,” 1898.
  15. Lord Rayleigh, Phil. Mag. (6),  1, p. 169, 1901.
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  16. A. de la Bastie: Ann. d. Chim. et Phys. (5),  23, p. 286, 1881;Brux. Bll. Pht.,  14, pp. 118 and 139, 1875.
  17. F. Siemens: Dtsche Ind. Ztg.,  26, p. 236;Chem. C. B. (3),  16, p. 670;Nature,  31, p. 413, 1885.

1920 (1)

Jackson, J. Roy. Soc. of Arts,  68, p. 134, 1920.

1919 (4)

W. Rosenhain, Glass Manufacture, p. 2, 1919.

W. P. White, Am. J. Sci. (4),  47, p. 44, 1919.
[Crossref]

A discussion of a very similar condition in the devitrification of glass was recently given by N. L. Bowen, J. Am. Cer. Soc.,  2, p. 261, 1919.
[Crossref]

R. Reiger, Verh. d. D. Physik. Ges.;  21, p. 421, 1919.

1911 (1)

A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman, Am. J. Sci. (4)  31, p. 341, 1911.
[Crossref]

1901 (1)

Lord Rayleigh, Phil. Mag. (6),  1, p. 169, 1901.
[Crossref]

1898 (2)

L. Marchis, “Les Modifications Permanentes du Verre et le Deplacement du Zero des Thermometres,” 1898.

J. O. Reed, Wied. Ann. d. Phys. u. Chem.,  65, p. 707, 1898.
[Crossref]

1881 (1)

A. de la Bastie: Ann. d. Chim. et Phys. (5),  23, p. 286, 1881;Brux. Bll. Pht.,  14, pp. 118 and 139, 1875.

Bastie, A. de la

A. de la Bastie: Ann. d. Chim. et Phys. (5),  23, p. 286, 1881;Brux. Bll. Pht.,  14, pp. 118 and 139, 1875.

Bowen, N. L.

A discussion of a very similar condition in the devitrification of glass was recently given by N. L. Bowen, J. Am. Cer. Soc.,  2, p. 261, 1919.
[Crossref]

Day, A. L.

A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman, Am. J. Sci. (4)  31, p. 341, 1911.
[Crossref]

Jackson,

Jackson, J. Roy. Soc. of Arts,  68, p. 134, 1920.

Marchis, L.

L. Marchis, “Les Modifications Permanentes du Verre et le Deplacement du Zero des Thermometres,” 1898.

Peters, C. G.

C. G. Peters, Meeting Opt. Soc., Baltimore, 1918.C. G. Peters and C. H. Cragoe, Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 105, May, 1920.

Rayleigh, Lord

Lord Rayleigh, Phil. Mag. (6),  1, p. 169, 1901.
[Crossref]

Reed, J. O.

J. O. Reed, Wied. Ann. d. Phys. u. Chem.,  65, p. 707, 1898.
[Crossref]

Reiger, R.

R. Reiger, Verh. d. D. Physik. Ges.;  21, p. 421, 1919.

Rosenhain, W.

W. Rosenhain, Glass Manufacture, p. 2, 1919.

Siemens, F.

F. Siemens: Dtsche Ind. Ztg.,  26, p. 236;Chem. C. B. (3),  16, p. 670;Nature,  31, p. 413, 1885.

Sosman, R. B.

A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman, Am. J. Sci. (4)  31, p. 341, 1911.
[Crossref]

Tool, A. Q.

A. Q. Tool and J. Valasek, , Jan., 1920.

Valasek, J.

A. Q. Tool and J. Valasek, , Jan., 1920.

White, W. P.

W. P. White, Am. J. Sci. (4),  47, p. 44, 1919.
[Crossref]

Am. J. Sci. (2)

W. P. White, Am. J. Sci. (4),  47, p. 44, 1919.
[Crossref]

A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman, Am. J. Sci. (4)  31, p. 341, 1911.
[Crossref]

Ann. d. Chim. et Phys. (1)

A. de la Bastie: Ann. d. Chim. et Phys. (5),  23, p. 286, 1881;Brux. Bll. Pht.,  14, pp. 118 and 139, 1875.

Dtsche Ind. Ztg. (1)

F. Siemens: Dtsche Ind. Ztg.,  26, p. 236;Chem. C. B. (3),  16, p. 670;Nature,  31, p. 413, 1885.

Glass Manufacture (1)

W. Rosenhain, Glass Manufacture, p. 2, 1919.

J. Am. Cer. Soc. (1)

A discussion of a very similar condition in the devitrification of glass was recently given by N. L. Bowen, J. Am. Cer. Soc.,  2, p. 261, 1919.
[Crossref]

J. Roy. Soc. of Arts (1)

Jackson, J. Roy. Soc. of Arts,  68, p. 134, 1920.

Les Modifications Permanentes du Verre et le Deplacement du Zero des Thermometres (1)

L. Marchis, “Les Modifications Permanentes du Verre et le Deplacement du Zero des Thermometres,” 1898.

Loc. cit. (2)

Loc. cit.

Loc. cit.

M. So, Proc., Tokyo Math, and Phys. Soc. (1)

M. So, Proc., Tokyo Math, and Phys. Soc. (2),  9, p. 426, 1918.

Phil. Mag. (1)

Lord Rayleigh, Phil. Mag. (6),  1, p. 169, 1901.
[Crossref]

Verh. d. D. Physik. Ges. (1)

R. Reiger, Verh. d. D. Physik. Ges.;  21, p. 421, 1919.

Wied. Ann. d. Phys. u. Chem. (1)

J. O. Reed, Wied. Ann. d. Phys. u. Chem.,  65, p. 707, 1898.
[Crossref]

Other (3)

A. Q. Tool and J. Valasek, , Jan., 1920.

C. G. Peters, Meeting Opt. Soc., Baltimore, 1918.C. G. Peters and C. H. Cragoe, Jour. Opt. Soc.,  4, p. 105, May, 1920.

Relaxation time may be defined as the time required for the viscous or plastic deformation to reach a value equal to the initial elastic deformation, when the viscous or plastic body is being subjected to a constant stress. This ignores the possibility that the rate of deformation immediately after the force has been applied is greater for plastic bodies than at any later time.

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