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Bulletin NBS Volume 1

Bulletin of the 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.

For additional information see: About the Journal

Volume 1

ISSN: 0096-8579

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3






Issue 1 November 1904

Recomparison of the United States prototype meter, p. 5
Fischer, L. A.

A study of the silver voltameter, p. 21
Guthe, K. E.

The so-called international electrical units, p. 39
Wolff, F. A.

The spectra of mixed gases, p. 77
Nutting, P. G.

On secondary spectra and the conditions under which they may be produced, p. 83
Nutting, P. G.

Some new rectifying effects in conducting gases, p. 95
Nutting, P. G.

On fibers resembling fused quartz in their elastic properties, p. 101
Guthe, K. E.

On the temperature of the Arc, p. 109
Waidner, C. W.; Burgess, G. K.

Issue 2 February 1905

The absolute measurement of inductance, p. 125
Rosa, E. B.; Grover, F. W.

The absolute measurement of capacity, p. 153
Rosa, E. B.; Grover, F. W.

Optical pyrometry, p. 189
Waidner, C. W.; Burgess, G. K.

On the theory of the Matthews and the Russell-Leonard photometers for the measurement of mean spherical and mean hemispherical intensities, p. 255
Hyde, E. P.

The testing of clinical thermometers, p. 275
Waidner, C. W.; Fischer, L. A.

Issue 3 November 1905

Measurement of inductance by Anderson's Method, using alternating currents and a vibration galvanometer, p. 291
Rosa, E. B.; Grover, F. W.

The use of serpentine in standards of inductance, p. 337
Rosa, E. B.; Grover, F. W.

The silver coulometer, p. 349
Guthe, K. E.

History of standard weights and measures of United States, p. 365
Fischer, L. A.

Wattmeter methods of measuring power expended upon condensers and circuits of low power factor, p. 383
Rosa, E. B.

The relative intensities of metal and gas spectra from electrically conducting gases, p. 399
Nutting, P. G.

Use of white walls in a photometric laboratory, p. 417
Hyde, E. P.

Influence of wave form on the rate of integrating induction meters, p. 421
Rosa, E. B.; Lloyd, M. G.; Reid, C. E.

Detector for very small alternating currents and electrical waves, p. 435
Austin, L. W.

Positive charges carried by the canal rays, p. 439
Austin, L. W.

Radiation from platinum at high temperatures, p. 443
Burgess, G. K.

Five-thousand volt generator set, p. 449
Nutting, P. G.

Created October 25, 2012, Updated March 23, 2018