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Journal of Research Volume 15

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 15

ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 July 1935

Brightness meter for self-luminous dials, p. 1
Curtiss, L.F.

Method for measuring the pH of leather using a simple glass-electrode assembly, p. 5
Wallace, E.L.

Effect of pressure on the dielectric constant, power factor, and conductivity of rubber-sulphur compounds, p. 13
Scott, A.H.

Iron gallate inks - Liquid and powder, p. 35
Zimmerman, E.W.

Separation of a dimethylcyclohexane fraction from a midcontinent petroleum, p. 41
Leslie, R.T.

Separation of petroleum hydrocarbons with silica gel, p. 51
Mair, B.J.; White, J.D.

Effect of alkalies on wool, p. 63
Harris, M.

Influence of sulphonated cod-liver oil on the deterioration of vegetable-tanned leathers by sulphuric acid, p. 73
Wallace, E.L.; Critchfield, C.L.; Beek, J.

Infrared arc spectrum of chromium, p. 79
Kiess, C.C.

Use of 8-hydroxyquinoline in determinations of aluminum, beryllium, and magnesium, p. 87
Knowles, H.B.

A thin cell for use in determining the refractive indices of crystal grains, p. 97
Saylor, C.P.

Issue 2 August 1935

Color and spectral transmittance of vegetable oils, p. 99
McNicholas, H.J.

Factors affecting ultraviolet solar-radiation intensities, p. 123
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R.

Isolation of ethylcyclohexane from a midcontinent petroleum, p. 151
Rose, F.W.; White, J.D.

Effect of protective coatings on the absorption of moisture by gelatin-latex gas-cell fabrics, p. 163
Houston, D.F.

Hydrothermal synthesis of kaolinite, dickite, beidellite, and nontronite, p. 173
Ewell, R.H.; Insley, H.

Analysis of textiles for cellulose-acetate rayon, silk, regenerated-cellulose rayon, cotton, and wool, p. 189
Mease, R.T.; Jessup, D.A.

Fractionation of the isotopes of oxygen in a commercial electrolyzer - A correction, p. 187
Smith, E.R.; Wojciechowski, M.

Issue 3 September 1935

An extensometer comparator, p. 199
Stang, A.H.; Sweetman, L.R.

Purification of gallium by fractional crystallization of the metal, p. 205
Hoffman, J.I.; Scribner, B.F.

Present status of the isolation and identification of the volatile hydrocarbons in a midcontinent petroleum, p. 211
Leslie, R.T.; White, J.D.

Heats of vaporization of eight gasolines, p. 227
Jessup, R.S.

Mechanical properties of cotton yarns, p. 237
Schiefer, H.F.; Taft, D.H.

A study of sagger clays and sagger bodies, p. 255
Heindl, R.A.

Effects of fumigants on paper, p. 271
Weber, C.G.; Shaw, M.B.; Back, E.A.

Accuracy of microscopical methods for determining refractive index by immersion, p. 277
Saylor, C.P.

Infrared absorption spectra of plant and animal tissue and of various other substances, p. 295
Stair, R.; Coblentz, W.W.

Tests of steel tower columns for the George Washington Bridge, p. 317
Stang, A.H.; Whittemore, H.L.

Issue 4 October 1935

Yield and purity of levulose derived from the calcium levulate process, p. 341
Jackson, R.F.; Mathews, J.A.

Heat of combustion of isobutane, p. 357
Rossini, F.D.

Comparative wear of chrome-tanned, vegetable-tanned, and retanned sole leather, p. 363
Bowker, R.C.; Emley, W.E.

Influence of some sulphur-containing tanning materials on the deterioration of vegetable-tanned leathers by sulphuric acid, p. 369
Wallace, E.L.; Kanagy, J.R.; Critchfield, C.L.

A colorimetric method for the quantitative determination of small amounts of silver by use of p-dimethylaminobenzalrhodanine, p. 377
Schoonover, I.C.

Hardening characteristics and other properties of commercial one-percent-carbon tool steels, p. 385
Digges, T.G.; Jordan, L.

Atomic weight of gallium, p. 409
Lundell, G.E.F.; Hoffman, J.I.

A study for the preparation of a specification for high-early-strength Portland cement, p. 421
Gause, G.R.

Issue 5 November 1935

Design and construction of an experimental diffusion battery, p. 441
Proffitt, M.J.

The difference in vapor pressures of ortho- and paradeuterium, p. 463
Brickwedde, F.G.; Scott, R.B.; Taylor, H.S.

The Waidner-Wolff and other adjustable electrical-resistance elements, p. 477
Mueller, E.F.; Wenner, F.

Standardization of permanganate solutions with sodium oxalate, p. 493
Fowler, R.M.; Bright, H.A.

Heat capacity, entropy, and free energy of rubber hydrocarbon, p. 503
Bekkedahl, N.; Matheson, H.

Determination of magnetic hysteresis with the Fahy Simplex permeameter, p. 517
Sanford, R.L.; Bennett, E.G.

Deterioration of vegetable-tanned leathers containing sulphuric acid and glucose, p. 523
Wallace, E.L.; Kanagy, J.R.

The Priest-Lange reflectometer applied to nearly white porcelain enamels, p. 529
Priest, I.G.

Thermal decomposition of talc, p. 551
Ewell, R.H.; Bunting, E.N.; Geller, R.F.

Issue 6 December 1935

Apparatus and methods for investigating the chemical constitution of lubricating oil, and preliminary fractionation of the lubricating oil fraction of a midcontinent petroleum, p. 557
Mair, B.J.; Schicktanz, S.T.; Rose, F.W.

Effect of humidity in hot-wire anemometry, p. 575
Schubauer, G.B.

Determination of principal stresses from strains on four intersecting gage lines 45 degrees apart, p. 579
Osgood, W.R.

Stability of aqueous solutions of acid potassium phthalate, p. 583
Hoffman, J.I.

Determination of gallium in aluminum, p. 585
Scherrer, J.A.

Accelerated service tests of pintle bearings, p. 591
Stang, A.H.; Sweetman, L.R.

Accelerated aging test for weighted silk, p. 601
Appel, W.D.; Jessup, D.A.

Unicontrol radio receiver for ultra high frequencies using concentric lines as interstage couplers, p. 609
Dunmore, F.W.

Created September 11, 2012, Updated January 5, 2017