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  1. Parker and Dalladay: Faraday Soc. Trans.,  12, pp. 305–312.For short bibliography on thermal and other properties of glass see Tool and Valasek, B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.
  2. Pyrex glass or fused quartz would be better because mica soon splits and becomes more opaque with continued heating.
  3. Peters and Cragoe: Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer.,  4, 3, pp. 105–145, 1920.
    [Crossref]
  4. See ref. 1.
  5. Tool and Valasek: B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.
  6. See ref. 3.
  7. See ref. 5.

1920 (2)

Peters and Cragoe: Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer.,  4, 3, pp. 105–145, 1920.
[Crossref]

Tool and Valasek: B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Cragoe,

Peters and Cragoe: Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer.,  4, 3, pp. 105–145, 1920.
[Crossref]

Dalladay,

Parker and Dalladay: Faraday Soc. Trans.,  12, pp. 305–312.For short bibliography on thermal and other properties of glass see Tool and Valasek, B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Parker,

Parker and Dalladay: Faraday Soc. Trans.,  12, pp. 305–312.For short bibliography on thermal and other properties of glass see Tool and Valasek, B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Peters,

Peters and Cragoe: Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer.,  4, 3, pp. 105–145, 1920.
[Crossref]

Tool,

Tool and Valasek: B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Valasek,

Tool and Valasek: B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

B. S. Sci. Papers (1)

Tool and Valasek: B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Faraday Soc. Trans. (1)

Parker and Dalladay: Faraday Soc. Trans.,  12, pp. 305–312.For short bibliography on thermal and other properties of glass see Tool and Valasek, B. S. Sci. Papers, No. 358, 1920.

Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer. (1)

Peters and Cragoe: Jour. Opt. Soc. of Amer.,  4, 3, pp. 105–145, 1920.
[Crossref]

Other (4)

See ref. 1.

Pyrex glass or fused quartz would be better because mica soon splits and becomes more opaque with continued heating.

See ref. 3.

See ref. 5.

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F. 1
F. 1

Cross section of furnace and glass tube and disc supported within on a pedestal.

F. 2
F. 2

Cross section of glass ring and flat cover.

F. 3
F. 3

A. Hollow 45° prism; B. glass cell; C. optical pyrometer lamp; D. tube closed at both ends; E. glass cell with thin rim; F. compound lens fused at periphery. Line of fusion is visible as dark band.

F. 4
F. 4

Articles placed on a glass plane and illuminated with a mercury lamp. A, B, E, glass cells. C. Optical pyrometer lamp. The end down is seen to be flat to about 1 micron.; D. simple tube. The end is seen to be flat to fraction of a wave-length within 1 mm. of edge.

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F. 5

Cross section of suggested form of a glass-liquid lens.