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Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 55

 ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 July 1955


Some properties of a glass used in paper manufacture, p. 1
O'Leary, Martin J.; Hubbard, Donald

Adsorption of nitrogen on carbon adsorbents at low pressures between 69° and 90 °K, p. 11
Lopez-Gonzalez, Juan D.; Carpenter, Frank G.; Deitz, Victor R.

Stress-strain relationships in yarns subjected to rapid impact loading: 3. Effect of wave propagation, p. 19
Smith, Jack C.; McCrackin, Frank L.; Schiefer, Herbert F.

Thermal expansion and phase transformations of low-expanding cobalt-iron-chromium alloys, p. 29
Hidnert, Peter; Kirby, Richard K.

Vapor pressures of the methanes, p. 39
Armstrong, George T.; Brickwedde, F.G.; Scott, R.B.

Data on the atomic form factor: Computation and survey, p. 53
Nelms, Ann T.; Oppenheim, Irwin

Issue 2 August 1955


Absolute calibration of the National Bureau of Standards photoneutron standard: I, p. 63
De Juren, J.A.; Padgett, D.W.; Curtiss, L.F.

A fast responding electric hygrometer, p. 71
Wexler, Arnold; Garfinkel, Samuel B.; Jones, Frank E.; Hasegawa, Saburo; Krinsky, Albert

A simplified method of measuring the marginal powers of spectacle lenses, p. 79
Washer, Francis E.

Thermodynamic properties of the alkali metals, p. 83
Evans, William H.; Jacobson, Rosemary; Munson, Thomas R.; Wagman, Donald D.

Arc and spark spectra of ruthenium, p. 97
Kessler, Karl G.; Meggers, William F.

Issue 3 September 1955


Heat capacity of some butadiene-styrene copolymers from 0° to 330 °K, p. 127
Furukawa, George T.; McCoskey, Robert E.; Reilly, Martin L.

Setting reaction of zinc oxide and eugenol, p. 133
Copeland, Henry I.; Brauer, Gerhard M.; Sweeney, W.T.; Forziati, A.F.

Development of a photoresist for etching designs in glass, p. 139
Pope, Chester I.; Davis, Raymond

Preferred orientation in stark rubber, p. 143
Newton, C.J.; Mandelkern, L.; Roberts, D.E.

Thermodynamic properties of some gaseous halogen compounds, p. 147
Evans, William H.; Munson, Thomas R.; Wagman, Donald D.

Atomic negative-ion-photodetachment cross-section and affinity measurements, p. 165
Smith, Stephen J.; Branscomb, Lewis M.

A study of the final stages of the austenite to martensite transformation in SAE 1050 steel, p. 177
Meyerson, Melvin R.; Rosenberg, Samuel J.

Issue 4 October 1955


Infrared absorption and emission spectra of carbon monoxide in the region from 4 to 6 microns, p. 183
Plyler, Earle K.; Blaine, Lamdin R.; Tidwell, Eugene D.

Specific heats of collagen and leather, p. 191
Kanagy, Joseph R.

pH values of the Clark and Lubs buffer solutions at 25 °C, p. 197
Bower, Vincent E.; Bates, Roger G.

Heat capacity; heats of fusion, vaporization, and transition; and vapor pressure of N-dimethylaminodiborane, (CH3)2NB2H5, p. 201
Furukawa, George T.; McCoskey, Robert E.; Reilly, Martin L.; Harman, Ann W.

Phase equilibrium relations in the systems titania-niobia and zirconia-niobia, p. 209
Roth, R.S.; Coughanour, L.W.

Synthesis of a fluoro talc and attempted synthesis of fluoro chrysotile and fluoro anthophyllite, p. 215
Van Valkenburg, Alvin

Determination of natural rubber in GR-S - natural rubber vulcanizates by infrared spectroscopy, p. 219
Tryon, Max; Horowitz, Emanuel; Mandel, John

Thermal degradation of polychlorotrifluoroethylene, poly-a,ß,ß-trifluorostyrene, and poly-p-xylylene in a vacuum, p. 223
Madorsky, S.L.; Straus, S.

Infrared transmittance of some calcium aluminate and germanate glasses, p. 231
Florence, Jack M.; Glaze, Francis W.; Black, Mason H.

Issue 5 November 1955


Properties of piezoelectric ceramics in the solid-solution series lead titanate-lead zirconate-lead oxide: Tin oxide and lead titanate-lead hafnate, p. 239
Jaffe, B.; Roth, R.S.; Marzullo, S.

Heat capacity, heats of fusion and vaporization, and vapor pressure of decaborane (B10H14), p. 255
Furukawa, George T.; Park, Rita P.

Preparation of titanium tetrachloride of high purity, p. 261
Clabaugh, W.S.; Leslie, Robert T.; Gilchrist, Raleigh

Liquid-vapor phase equilibrium in solutions of oxygen and nitrogen at pressures below one atmosphere, p. 265
Armstrong, George T.; Goldstein, Jack M.; Roberts, D.E.

Precise measurement of wavelengths in infrared spectra, p. 279
Plyler, Earle K.; Blaine, Lamdin R.; Tidwell, Eugene D.

Ideal gas thermodynamic functions of the isotopic hydrogen sulfides, p. 285
Haar, Lester; Bradley, Joe C.; Friedman, Abraham S.

Measurement of field distortion in free-air ionization chambers by analog method, p. 291
Miller, William; Kennedy, Robert J.

Issue 6 December 1955


The first spectrum of barium, Ba I, p. 299
Russell, Henry N.; Moore, Charlotte E.

Compressibilities of long-chain normal hydrocarbons, p. 307
Weir, C.E.; Hoffman, J.D.

Absolute calibration of the National Bureau of Standards photoneutron standard: II. Absorption in manganese sulfate, p. 311
De Juren, James; Chin, Jack

A new Bunsen-type calorimeter, p. 317
Jessup, Ralph S.

Mass spectra of thermal degradation products of polymers, p. 323
Bradt, Paul; Mohler, Fred L.

Heats of combustion of liquid n-hexadecane, 1-hexadecene, n-decylbenzene, n-decylcyclohexane, n-decylcyclopentane, and the variation of heat of combustion with chain length, p. 329
Fraser, Frances M.; Prosen, Edward J.

Computation of atomic energy levels: Spectrum of singly-ionized tantalum (Ta II), p. 335
Trees, Richard E.; Cahill, W.F.; Rabinowitz, P.

Reflection and transmission of gamma radiation by barriers: Monte-Carlo calculation by a collision-density method, p. 343
Berger, Martin J.

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