Abstract

An experiment designed to measure the spectral emissivity of tungsten, in which a direct comparison method is utilized so that the spectral emissivity is observed directly as the ratio of light intensity from a tungsten source to that from a blackbody source, is described. The spectral emissivity was measured over the wavelength interval 310 mμ to 800 mμ, and the temperature interval 1600°K to 2400°K.

© 1959 Optical Society of America

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