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Strait, Goyan, and Kumler, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 44, 825 (A) (1954).

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H. Rentschler, J. Am. Inst. Elec. Engrs. 49, 576 (1936).
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Fig. 1

Spectral response curves of multiplier phototubes having silver- magnesium dynodes and photocathode materials whose thresholds are below 3000 A. The phototubes have nine stages and were operated at 167 volts per stage.

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Fig. 2

Current amplification characteristic of a multiplier phototube having nine silver-magnesium dynodes.