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Journal of Research Volume 33

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 33

ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 July 1944

Thermodynamic properties of cis-2-butene from 15 degrees to 1,500 degrees K, p. 1
Scott, R.B.; Ferguson, W.J.; Brickwedde, F.G.

A daily record of ultraviolet solar and sky radiation in Washington, 1941 to 1943, p. 21
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R.

Synthesis of vitamin C from pectic substances, p. 45
Isbell, H.S.

Specific heat and increases of entropy and enthalpy of the synthetic rubber GR-S from 0 degrees to 330 degrees K, p. 63
Rands, R.D.; Ferguson, W.J.; Prather, J.L.

Dipole moment and structure of trioxane, p. 71
Maryott, A.A.; Acree, S.F.

Issue 2 August 1944

Interferometer measurements on the expansion of iron, p. 75
Saunders, J.B.

A comparison of platinum and palladium hydrogen-electrodes in aqueous solutions of acid potassium phthalate, p. 87
Hamer, W.J.; Acree, S.F.

Extent of hydrolysis of starches by amylases in the presence and absence of yeasts, p. 105
Pigman, W.W.

A physical method for determining residual water and other volatile materials in pure substances, p. 121
Schwab, F.W.; Wichers, E.

Optical rotation as an indication of aromatic substituent influences and intramolecular interaction, p. 129
Pigman, W.W.

Issue 3 September 1944

Soil-corrosion studies, 1941: ferrous and non-ferrous corrosion-resistant materials and nonbituminous coatings, p. 145
Logan, K.H.; Romanoff, M.

Revised results obtained with certain dehydrating agents used for drying gases, p. 199
Bower, J.H.

Stress-corrosion tests of bridge-cable wire, p. 201
Pollard, R.E.

Transformations of the fundamental equations of thermodynamics, p. 213
Buckley, F.

Issue 4 October 1944

Review of recent absolute determinations of the ohm and the ampere, p. 235
Curtis, H.L.

Heats of combustion of eight normal paraffin hydrocarbons in the liquid state, p. 255
Prosen, E.J.; Rossini, F.D.

Liquid-junction potentials, and relative activity coefficients of chloride ions, in concentrated mixed chlorides and nitrates at 25 degrees C, p. 273
Manov, G.G.; DeLollis, N.J.; Acree, S.F.

Ionization constant of boric acid and the pH of certain borax-chloride buffer solutions from 0 degrees to 60 degrees C, p. 287
Manov, G.G.; DeLollis, N.J.; Acree, S.F.

Determination of tin in nonferrous metals by distillation as bromide and precipitation with cupferron, p. 307
Mogerman, W.D.

Machines and methods for testing cordage fibers, p. 315
Schiefer, H.F.

Issue 5 November 1944

Thermal-density coefficients and hydrometer correction tables for vegetable tanning extracts, p. 341
Blair, M.G.; Peffer, E.L.

Measurement of rate of flow of water through filter paper, p. 353
Bogaty, H.; Carson, F.T.

Attack of refractory platiniferous materials by acid mixtures at elevated temperatures, p. 363
Wichers, E.; Schlecht, W.G.; Gordon, C.L.

Improved reflux regulator and head for laboratory distilling columns, p. 383
Willingham, C.B.; Rossini, F.D.

Preparation of salts of galacturonic acid from beet pulp, p. 389
Isbell, H.S.; Frush, H.L.

Preparation of sodium strontium galacturonate from citrus products, p. 401
Frush, H.L.; Isbell, H.S.

Issue 6 December 1944

Standard response functions for protanopic and deuteranopic vision, p. 407
Judd, D.B.

Some experimental data on the heats of combustion of benzoic acid and carbon (graphite), p. 439
Prosen, E.J.; Rossini, F.D.

Heat of formation of carbon dioxide and of the transition of graphite into diamond, p. 447
Prosen, E.J.; Jessup, R.S.; Rossini, F.D.

Preparing refractory oxides, silicates, and ceramic materials for analysis, by heating with acids in sealed tubes at elevated temperatures, p. 451
Wichers, E.; Schlecht, W.G.; Gordon, C.L.

Use of sealed tubes for the preparation of acid solutions of samples for analysis, or for small-scale refining: pressures of acids heated above 100 degrees C, p. 457
Gordon, C.L.; Schlecht, W.G.; Wichers, E.

Analogy of hydrated calcium silicoaluminates and hexacalcium aluminate to hydrated calcium sulfoaluminates, p. 471
Flint, E.P.; Wells, L.S.

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