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  1. Smithsonian Physical Tables, edited by W. E. Forsythe (Smithsonian Institute, Washington D. C., 1959), 9th ed., p. 83.
  2. W. E. Forsythe and E. Q. Adams, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 35, 108 (1945).
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  3. See Ref. 1, p. 723.

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Smithsonian Physical Tables, edited by W. E. Forsythe (Smithsonian Institute, Washington D. C., 1959), 9th ed., p. 83.

See Ref. 1, p. 723.

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(A) Theoretical tungsten filament emission at 2800°K, corrected for spectral emissivity variation (in W/cm2 of emission surface per 2π solid angle for 0.1-μ bandwidth). (B) Measured glass envelope transmittance. (C) Theoretical spectral output from the lamp corrected for emissivity variation and glass envelope transmittance (filament temperature = 2800°K.). (D) As in (A) but filament temperature at 2600°K. (E) As in (C) but filament temperature 2600°K. (F) Solar radiation at sea level in W/m2 for 0.1-μ bandwidth.