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Journal of Research Volume 27

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 27

ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 July 1941

Enzymatic hydrolysis of disaccharides and halogenosalicins, p. 1
Pigman, W.W.

Optical rotatory relationships exhibited by aromatic and aliphatic glycosides, p. 9
Pigman, W.W.; Isbell, H.S.

Effect of the chemical durability of glass on the asymmetry potential and reversibility of the glass electrode, p. 27
Hamilton, E.H.; Hubbard, D.

An improvement in the "partition method" for the determination of boron, p. 33
Glaze, F.W.; Finn, A.N.

Separation of hydrocarbons by azeotropic distillation, p. 39
Mair, B.J.; Glasgow, A.R.; Rossini, F.D.

Microstructural characteristics of highpurity alloys of iron and carbon, p. 65
Digges, T.G.

Photochemical reactions in silk, p. 81
Rutherford, H.A.; Harris, M.

Role of cystine in the structure of the fibrous protein, wool, p. 89
Patterson, W.I.; Geiger, W.B.; Mizell, L.R.; Harris, M.

Issue 2 August 1941

Quantitative determination of fluorine in organic compounds, p. 105
Brauns, D.H.

Thermal expansion of cast and of swaged chromium, p. 113
Hidnert, P.

Chemical reactions of the chlorites with carbohydrates, p. 125
Jeanes, A.; Isbell, H.S.

Studies of the chemical durability of glass by an interferometer method, p. 143
Hubbard, D.; Hamilton, E.H.

Effect of grain size and heat treatment upon impact-toughness at low temperatures of medium carbon forging steel, p. 159
Rosenberg, S.J.; Gagon, D.H.

Relationship of the garnet-hydrogarnet series to the sulfate resistance of portland cements, p. 171
Flint, E.P.; Wells, L.S.

Microscopic structure of the wool fiber, p. 181
Hock, C.W.; Ramsay, R.C.; Harris, M.

Behavior of calcium sulfate at high temperatures, p. 191
Newman, E.S.

Thermal expansion of clay building bricks, p. 197
Ross, C.W.

Issue 3 September 1941

A physical photometer, p. 217
Teele, R.P.

Comparison between the observed density of crystalline rubber and the density calculated from x-ray data, p. 229
Smith, W.H.; Hanna, N.P.

Errors of Munson and Walker's reducing-sugar tables and the precision of their method, p. 237
Jackson, R.F.; McDonald, E.J.

Evolution of carbon dioxide and water from vegetable-tanned leathers at elevated temperatures, p. 257
Kanagy, J.R.

Testing and performance of volt boxes, p. 269
Silsbee, F.B.; Gross, F.J.

Heats of isomerization of the five hexanes, p. 289
Prosen, E.J.R.; Rossini, F.D.

The system 2CaO.SiO2-K2O.CaO.SiO2, and other phase-equilibrium studies involving potash, p. 311
Taylor, W.C.

A critical study of some factors affecting the breaking strength and elongation of cotton yarns, p. 325
Schiefer, H.F.; Cleveland, R. S.

Issue 4 October 1941

Isolation of 1,2,3,4-tetramethylbenzene, 5,6,7,8-tetrahydronaphthalene, 1-methyl-5,6,7,8-tetrahydronaphthalene, and 2-methyl-5,6,7,8-tetrahydronaphthalene from petroleum, p. 343
Mair, B.J.; Streiff, A.J.

Effects of hydrochloric acid and salts on the absorption of light by beta-naphthoquinonesulfonic acid, p. 361
Wingfield, B.; Acree, S.F.

Thermal expansion studies of boric oxide glass and of crystalline boric oxide, p. 371
Donoghue, J.J.; Hubbard, D.

Titration and conductivity measurements of aqueous extracts from bottles, p. 381
Hamilton, E.H.; Hubbard, D.

Effect of roughness of cast-iron brake drums in wear tests of brake linings, p. 395
Taylor, R.H.; Holt, W.L.

Locating the principal point of precision airplane mapping cameras, p. 405
Washer, F.E.

Issue 5 November 1941

Sugar acetates, acetylglycosyl halides and orthoacetates in relation to the Walden inversion, p. 413
Frush, H.L.; Isbell, H.S.

Reflection-transmission relationships in sheet materials, p. 429
Launer, H.F.

Stresses in a rectangular knee of a rigid frame, p. 443
Osgood, W.R.

Estimation of aldehyde groups in hydrocellulose from cotton, p. 449
Martin, A.R.; Smith, L.; Whistler, R.L.; Harris, M.

Nature of the resistance of wool to digestion by enzymes, p. 459
Geiger, W.B.; Patterson, W.I.; Mizell, L.R.; Harris, M.

The planoflex, a simple device for evaluating the pliability of fabrics, p. 469
Dreby, E.C.

Issue 6 December 1941

Relation of electromotive force to the concentration of deuterium oxide in saturated standard cells, p. 479
Brickwedde, L.H.; Vinal, G.W.

Use of chlorites for treating raw sugars, p. 491
Isbell, H.S.

Structure of tricalcium aluminate, p. 499
McMurdie, H.F.

The carbohydrate content of collagen, p. 507
Beek, J.

Heats of isomerization of the nine heptanes, p. 519
Prosen, E.J.R.; Rossini, F.D.

Free energies and equilibria of isomerization of the butanes, pentanes, hexanes, and heptanes, p. 529
Rossini, F.D.; Prosen, E.J.R.; Pitzer, K.S.

Fluidity of Triton F and xanthate solutions as a measure of cellulose degradation, p. 543
Mease, R.T.; Gleysteen, L.F.

An improvement in the method for dissolving cellulose in cuprammonium solution for fluidity measurements, p. 551
Mease, R.T.

A resistor furnace, with some preliminary results up to 2,000 degrees C, p. 555
Geller, R.F.

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