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  1. The apparatus used was that purchased from the General Electric Company. The beam of X-rays, issuing from a molybdenum target, passes through two zirconium oxide filters before reaching the photographic film.
  2. L. W. McKeehan, J. O. S. A., 6, pp. 989–97; 1922. See also Chemical Abstracts, 17, p. 681; 1923.
  3. Clark and Duane, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 8, pp. 90–6; 1922; Science, 58, pp. 400–2; 1923. See also Wyckoff, Science, 58, pp. 52–3; 1923; Am. Jour. Sci., 6, pp. 277–87; 1923.
  4. L. W. McKeehan, Physical Review, 21, pp. 402–7; 1923.

McKeehan, L. W.

L. W. McKeehan, J. O. S. A., 6, pp. 989–97; 1922. See also Chemical Abstracts, 17, p. 681; 1923.

L. W. McKeehan, Physical Review, 21, pp. 402–7; 1923.

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The apparatus used was that purchased from the General Electric Company. The beam of X-rays, issuing from a molybdenum target, passes through two zirconium oxide filters before reaching the photographic film.

L. W. McKeehan, J. O. S. A., 6, pp. 989–97; 1922. See also Chemical Abstracts, 17, p. 681; 1923.

Clark and Duane, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 8, pp. 90–6; 1922; Science, 58, pp. 400–2; 1923. See also Wyckoff, Science, 58, pp. 52–3; 1923; Am. Jour. Sci., 6, pp. 277–87; 1923.

L. W. McKeehan, Physical Review, 21, pp. 402–7; 1923.

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