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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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A new precision colorimeter, p. 1
Instruments and methods used in radiometry - II, p. 7
Antenna Resistance, p. 65
Energy Losses in some condensers used in high-frequency circuits, p. 73
Selective radiation from various substances, p. 81
On a modified form of stability test for smokeless powder and similar materials, p. 119
Atomic weight of bromine, p. 131
The silver voltameter - Part I. First series of quantitative experiments, p. 151
The silver voltameter - Part II. The chemistry of the filter paper voltameter and the explanation of striations, p. 211
The diffuse reflecting power of various substances, p. 283
Density and thermal expansion of ethyl alcohol and of its mixtures with water, p. 327
A micropyrometer, p. 475
A simplified formula for the change in order of interference due to changes in temperature and pressure of air, p. 479
New calorimetric resistance thermometers, p. 483
The silver voltameter - Part III. Second series of quantitative experiments and the preparation and testing of silver nitrate, p. 493
Note on the cold-junction corrections for thermocouples, p. 553
Analysis of alternating current waves by the method of Fourier, with special reference to methods of facilitating the computations, p. 567
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