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  1. See note (a) for method of producing.
  2. L. Silberstein. On Multiple Reflection. Phil. Mag. 32, p. 487; 1916. Beck. Zeitschrift f. Instrumentenkunde, 1887, pp. 385-9. Grubb. English Patent 21856/1903. Zeiss. English Patent 5499/1906. Zeiss. English Patent 5500/1906.
  3. Made for Adam Hilger Ltd. by the General Electric Company, England.
  4. See Appendix, Note C, for a suitable method of partial silvering.
  5. The slides are made from forgings of specially selected steel, the preparation and treatment of which to avoid subsequent deformations are carried out by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., whose long experience in the construction of standard screw gauges enabled them to supply us with a material excellently well adapted for the purpose in view.
  6. For visibility of the bands see ref. 6, p. 188, and ref. 9.
  7. The Theory of Optical nstruments. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1907.

Silberstein., L.

L. Silberstein. On Multiple Reflection. Phil. Mag. 32, p. 487; 1916. Beck. Zeitschrift f. Instrumentenkunde, 1887, pp. 385-9. Grubb. English Patent 21856/1903. Zeiss. English Patent 5499/1906. Zeiss. English Patent 5500/1906.

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See note (a) for method of producing.

L. Silberstein. On Multiple Reflection. Phil. Mag. 32, p. 487; 1916. Beck. Zeitschrift f. Instrumentenkunde, 1887, pp. 385-9. Grubb. English Patent 21856/1903. Zeiss. English Patent 5499/1906. Zeiss. English Patent 5500/1906.

Made for Adam Hilger Ltd. by the General Electric Company, England.

See Appendix, Note C, for a suitable method of partial silvering.

The slides are made from forgings of specially selected steel, the preparation and treatment of which to avoid subsequent deformations are carried out by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., whose long experience in the construction of standard screw gauges enabled them to supply us with a material excellently well adapted for the purpose in view.

For visibility of the bands see ref. 6, p. 188, and ref. 9.

The Theory of Optical nstruments. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1907.

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