Abstract

A nomogram has been constructed for the determination of blackbody radiancy and of peak and total intensities for spectral lines with Doppler contour. The basic equations used for the construction of the nomogram and the use of the nomogram are described briefly. A method is outlined for determining absolute values of total intensities for spectral lines with combined Doppler and resonance contour by using the nomogram in conjunction with the “curves of growth.”

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  1. See, for example, "Planck Radiation Functions and Electronic Functions" prepared by W.P.A. for City of New York, under sponsorship of the National Bureau of Standards, 1941.
  2. R. Ladenburg, Z. Physik 65, 200 (1930). The quantity ζ is plotted as a function of I/R0 in Fig. 2.
  3. See, for example, A. Unsöld, Physik der Sternatmosphären (Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, 1948), p. 168.

Ladenburg, R.

R. Ladenburg, Z. Physik 65, 200 (1930). The quantity ζ is plotted as a function of I/R0 in Fig. 2.

Unsöld, A.

See, for example, A. Unsöld, Physik der Sternatmosphären (Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, 1948), p. 168.

Other

See, for example, "Planck Radiation Functions and Electronic Functions" prepared by W.P.A. for City of New York, under sponsorship of the National Bureau of Standards, 1941.

R. Ladenburg, Z. Physik 65, 200 (1930). The quantity ζ is plotted as a function of I/R0 in Fig. 2.

See, for example, A. Unsöld, Physik der Sternatmosphären (Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, 1948), p. 168.

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