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1919 (1)

Nichols and Howes: Publ. Carnegie Inst. of Wash., p. 298; 1919.

1918 (1)

E. L. Nichols, H. L. Howes, and D. T. Wilber: Phys. Rev. (2),  12, p. 351–367; 1918. H. L. Howes, Phys. Rev. (2),  17, p. 469–474; 1921.
[CrossRef]

1917 (2)

Nichols: Proc. Am. Philos. Soc,  66, p. 261; 1917.

W. W. Coblentz: Bull. of Bur. St.,  14, p. 115–131; 1917–18.
[CrossRef]

1909 (1)

Urbain; Annales de Chimie et de Physique (8)  XVIII, pp. 289-386; 1909.

1907 (2)

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 1040; 1907.

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 839; 1907.

1904 (2)

H. Grüne: Ber. chem. Ges., 37,  3, pp. 3076–3077; 1904. E. M. Dougall, A. W. Steward, and R. Wright: Jour. Chem. Soc. London,  111, pp. 663–683; 1917.
[CrossRef]

Ph. Lenard and V. Klatt: Ann. d. Phys.,  15, pp. 225–282, 633–672; 1904.
[CrossRef]

1859 (1)

E. Becquerel: Ann. chim. et phys. 3,  55, pp. 5–119; 1859. A. Verneuil: C. R.,  103, pp. 600–603; 1886. E. Wiedemann and G. C. Schmidt: Ann. d. Phys. & Chem. 56, pp. 201–254; 1895.
[CrossRef]

Becquerel, E.

E. Becquerel: Ann. chim. et phys. 3,  55, pp. 5–119; 1859. A. Verneuil: C. R.,  103, pp. 600–603; 1886. E. Wiedemann and G. C. Schmidt: Ann. d. Phys. & Chem. 56, pp. 201–254; 1895.
[CrossRef]

Bruninghaus, M. L.

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 839; 1907.

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 1040; 1907.

Coblentz, W. W.

W. W. Coblentz: Bull. of Bur. St.,  14, p. 115–131; 1917–18.
[CrossRef]

Grüne, H.

H. Grüne: Ber. chem. Ges., 37,  3, pp. 3076–3077; 1904. E. M. Dougall, A. W. Steward, and R. Wright: Jour. Chem. Soc. London,  111, pp. 663–683; 1917.
[CrossRef]

Howes,

Nichols and Howes: Publ. Carnegie Inst. of Wash., p. 298; 1919.

Howes, H. L.

E. L. Nichols, H. L. Howes, and D. T. Wilber: Phys. Rev. (2),  12, p. 351–367; 1918. H. L. Howes, Phys. Rev. (2),  17, p. 469–474; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Klatt, V.

Ph. Lenard and V. Klatt: Ann. d. Phys.,  15, pp. 225–282, 633–672; 1904.
[CrossRef]

Lenard, Ph.

Ph. Lenard and V. Klatt: Ann. d. Phys.,  15, pp. 225–282, 633–672; 1904.
[CrossRef]

Nichols,

Nichols and Howes: Publ. Carnegie Inst. of Wash., p. 298; 1919.

Nichols: Proc. Am. Philos. Soc,  66, p. 261; 1917.

Nichols, E. L.

E. L. Nichols, H. L. Howes, and D. T. Wilber: Phys. Rev. (2),  12, p. 351–367; 1918. H. L. Howes, Phys. Rev. (2),  17, p. 469–474; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Urbain,

Urbain; Annales de Chimie et de Physique (8)  XVIII, pp. 289-386; 1909.

Wilber, D. T.

E. L. Nichols, H. L. Howes, and D. T. Wilber: Phys. Rev. (2),  12, p. 351–367; 1918. H. L. Howes, Phys. Rev. (2),  17, p. 469–474; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Ann. chim. et phys. 3 (1)

E. Becquerel: Ann. chim. et phys. 3,  55, pp. 5–119; 1859. A. Verneuil: C. R.,  103, pp. 600–603; 1886. E. Wiedemann and G. C. Schmidt: Ann. d. Phys. & Chem. 56, pp. 201–254; 1895.
[CrossRef]

Ann. d. Phys. (1)

Ph. Lenard and V. Klatt: Ann. d. Phys.,  15, pp. 225–282, 633–672; 1904.
[CrossRef]

Annales de Chimie et de Physique (1)

Urbain; Annales de Chimie et de Physique (8)  XVIII, pp. 289-386; 1909.

Ber. chem. Ges., 37 (1)

H. Grüne: Ber. chem. Ges., 37,  3, pp. 3076–3077; 1904. E. M. Dougall, A. W. Steward, and R. Wright: Jour. Chem. Soc. London,  111, pp. 663–683; 1917.
[CrossRef]

Bull. of Bur. St. (1)

W. W. Coblentz: Bull. of Bur. St.,  14, p. 115–131; 1917–18.
[CrossRef]

C. R. (2)

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 1040; 1907.

M. L. Bruninghaus: C. R.,  144, p. 839; 1907.

Phys. Rev. (1)

E. L. Nichols, H. L. Howes, and D. T. Wilber: Phys. Rev. (2),  12, p. 351–367; 1918. H. L. Howes, Phys. Rev. (2),  17, p. 469–474; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Proc. Am. Philos. Soc (1)

Nichols: Proc. Am. Philos. Soc,  66, p. 261; 1917.

Publ. Carnegie Inst. of Wash. (1)

Nichols and Howes: Publ. Carnegie Inst. of Wash., p. 298; 1919.

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Section of metal case containing the sample to be studied

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Variation of intensity with time of bombardment

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Spectrum Type I. (Samarium Oxide.)

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Spectrum Type II. (Manganese Oxide.)

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Spectrum Type III. (Molybdic Oxide.)

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Influence of solvent on position of maximum brightness

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Influence of solvent on position of maximum brightness

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Relation between average interval and atomic weight.

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B Tables Showing the Series Having Constant Frequency Intervals(Throughout these tables λ is measured in A.U. and 1/λ in 1/A.U. × 107. The interval for each series is given in brackets, thus—Series I [121.8].)

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