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Journal of Research Volume 10

Bureau of Standards Journal of Research

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 10

ISSN: 0091-1801

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January 1933

Corrections (Volume 10), p. ii

White-metal bearing alloys: mechanical properties at different temperatures and service tests, p. 1
Herschman, H.K., Basil, John L.

The cause and elimination of night effects in radio range-beacon reception, p. 7
Diamond, H.

The heat capacity, heat of sublimation, and heat of solution of phosphorus pentoxide, p. 35
Frandsen, M.

The interference method of measuring thermal expansion, p. 59
Merritt, George E.

Effect of lathe cutting conditions on the hardness of carbon and alloy steels, p. 77
Digges, T.G.

Measurements of ultra-violet solar radiation in various localities, p. 79
Coblentz, W.W., Stair, R., Hogue, J.M.

Effect of service temperature conditions on the electromotive force of unsaturated portable standard cells, p. 89
Park, J.H.

The Thomas recording gas calorimeter, p. 99
Jessup, R.S.

Compressive strength of steel columns incased in brick walls, p. 123
Harris, A.L., Stang, A.H., McBurney, J.W.

Further description and analysis of the first spectrum of xenon, p. 139
Humphreys, C.J., Meggers, W.F.

Issue 2 February 1933

The elimination of background "noise" in sensitive amplifiers, p. 151
Curtiss, L.F.

The pressure of saturated water vapor in the range 100 degrees to 374 degrees C, p. 155
Osborne, N.S.; Stimson, H.F.; Fiock, E.F.; Ginnings, D.C.

Some fusion properties of ground coat enamels as influenced by composition, p. 189
Harrison, W.N.; Sweo, B.J

The photographic emulsion: The mechanism of hypersensitization, p. 211
Carroll, B.H.; Hubbard, D.

Temperature effect and its elimination in Geiger-Muller tube counters, p. 229
Curtiss, L.F.

Operation of thick-walled x-ray tubes on rectified potentials, p. 233
Taylor, L.S.; Stoneburner, C.F.

Apparatus for comparison of length of gages, p. 249
Moon, C.

Clay in concrete, p. 257
Parsons, D.A.

Reference tables for platinum to platinum-rhodium thermocouples, p. 275
Roeser, W.F.; Wensel, H.T.

Issue 3 March 1933

Temperature coefficient of the moduli of metals and alloys used as elastic elements, p. 289
Keulegan, G.H.; Houseman, M.R.

A magnetic balance for the inspection of austenitic steel, p. 321
Sanford, R.L.

Determination of aluminum in nitriding steels by the use of 8-hydroxyquinoline, p. 327
Bright, H.A.; Fowler, R.M.

The oxidation of alpha and beta glucose and a study of the isomeric forms of the sugar in solution, p. 337
Isbell, H.S.; Pigman, W.

Scattering of electrons by ions and the mobility of electrons in a Caesium discharge, p. 357
Boeckner, C.; Mohler, F.L.

The preparation of optically stable sugar solutions for colorimetric analysis, p. 365
Brewster, J.F.; Phelps, F.P.

Thermoelectric properties of platinum-rhodium alloys, p. 373
Caldwell, F.R.

The vapor pressure of liquid and solid carbon dioxide, p. 381
Meyers, C.H.; Van Dusen, M.S.

Methods for determining the total acidity of soils, p. 413
Denison, I.A.

Issue 4 April 1933

Infra-red spectra of neon, argon, and krypton, p. 427
Meggers, W.F.; Humphreys, C.J

Photographic reversal by desensitizing dyes, p. 449
Carroll, B.H.; Kretchman, C.M.

1-Dimethylcyclopentane and 2-methyl-hexane in a midcontinent petroleum, p. 465
Bruun, J.H.; Hicks-Bruun, M.M.

The combination of silk and wool with positive and negative ions, p. 475
Harris, M.

The preparation and crystallization of pure ether-soluble rubber hydrocarbon: Composition, melting point, and optical properties, p. 479
Smith, W.H.; Saylor, C.P.; Wing, H.J

Wind pressure on a model of the Empire State Building, p. 493
Dryden, H.L.; Hill, G.C.

Standard states for bomb calorimetry, p. 525
Washburn, E.W.

The influence of pH on the deterioration of vegetable-tanned leather by sulphuric acid, p. 559
Bowker, R.C.; Wallace, E.L.

An apparatus for magnetic testing at high magnetizing forces, p. 567
Sanford, R.L.; Bennett, E.G.

Issue 5 May 1933

Screw micrometer gages for rubber specimens, p. 575
Holt, W.L.

A resistance-coupled amplifier for measuring ionization currents, p. 583
Curtiss, L.F.

Tin-free leaded bearing bronze, p. 591
Herschman, H.K.; Basil, J.L.

Purification of hydrocarbons by crystallization from liquid methane. Isolation of 2-methylheptane from petroleum, p. 609
Leslie, R.T.

The effect of altitude on the limits of safe operation of gas appliances, p. 619
Eiseman, J.H.; Smith, F.A.; Merritt, C.J

Isolation of ethylbenzene from an Oklahoma petroleum, p. 639
White, J.D.; Rose, F.W.

The flexometer, an instrument for evaluating the flexural properties of cloth and similar materials, p. 647
Schiefer, H.F.

A method of exciting resonant vibrations in mechanical systems, p. 659
Tuckerman, L.B.; Dryden, H.L.; Brooks, H.B.

Conditions affecting the freezing temperature of silver, p. 661
Roeser, W.F.; Dahl, A.I.

Long-wave arc spectra of alkalis and alkaline earths, p. 669
Meggers, W.F.

The determination of stresses from strains on three intersecting gage lines and its application to actual tests, p. 685
Osgood, W.R.; Sturm, R.G.

Critical solution temperatures of mixtures of gasoline, ethyl alcohol, and water, p. 693
Bridgeman, O.C.; Querfeld, D.

Issue 6 June 1933

The compressometer, an instrument for evaluating the thickness, compressibility, and compressional resilience of textiles and similar materials, p. 705
Schiefer, H.F.

The thermal expansion of refractories to 1,800 degrees C., p. 715
Heindl, R.A.

Fire tests of columns protected with gypsum, p. 737
Mitchell, N.D.

The infrared arc spectra of manganese and rhenium, p. 757
Meggers, W.F.

Recombination radiation in the cesium positive column, p. 771
Mohler, F.L.

The viscosity of sulphuric-acid solutions used for battery electrolytes, p. 781
Vinal, G.W.; Craig, D.N.

Composition of grids for positive plates of storage batteries as a factor influencing the sulphation of negative plates, p. 795
Vinal, G.W.; Craig, D.N.; Snyder, C.L.

The freezing point of iridium, p. 809
Henning, F.; Wensel, H.T.

The precipitation and titration of magnesium oxyquinolate in the presence of calcium oxalate, and its application in the analysis of portland cement and similar silicates, p. 823
Redmond, J.C.

A new description and analysis of the arc spectrum of chlorine, p. 827
Kiess, C.C.

The effect of gasoline volatility on the miscibility with ethyl alcohol, p. 841
Bridgeman, O.C.; Querfeld, D.W.

Creep and structural stability of nickel-chromium-iron-alloys at 1,600 degrees F., p. 851
Tucker, W.A.; Sinclair, S.E.

Created September 11, 2012, Updated January 5, 2017