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Journal of Research Volume 8

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 8

ISSN: 0091-1801

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January 1932

Corrections (Volume 8), p. ii

The preparation of crystalline methyl-d- gulosides by means of coordination compounds with calcium chloride, p. 1
Isbell, H.S.

International comparison of x-ray standards, p. 9
Taylor, L.S.

Volumetric determination of pentoses and pentosans, p. 25
Kline, G.M.; Acree, S.F.

A method for determining the volume changes occurring in metals during casting, p. 37
Saeger, Jr., C.M., Ash, E.J.

Registration of cathode rays by thin films of metals and metal compounds, p. 61
Nicholas, W.W., Malmberg, C.G.

Effect of casting temperatures and of additions of iron on bearing bronze (Cu 80: Sn 10: Pb 10), p. 67
Eggenschwiler, C.E.

Ultrasonic measurements of the compressibility of solutions and of solid particles in suspension, p. 79
Randall, C.R.

On elimination of liquid contact potentials with potassium chloride and ammonium chloride, p. 101
Kline, G.M., Meacham, M.R., Acree, S.F.

An electrostatic voltmeter, p. 111
Nicholas, W.W.

The heats of combustion of methyl and ethyl alcohols, p. 119
Rossini, F.D.

A clock-controlled constant-frequency generator, p. 141
Lewis, A.B.

Issue 2 February 1932

Deteriorative effect of sulphur dioxide upon paper in an atmosphere of constant humidity and temperature, p. 159
Kimberly, A.E.

Tensile properties of rail steels at elevated temperatures, p. 173
Quick, G.W.

The resistance to impact of rail steels at elevated temperatures, p. 191
Quick, G.W.

Kaolins; effect of firing temperatures on some of their physical properties, p. 199
Heindl, R.A.; Pendergast, W.L.; Mong, L.E.

Composite-coil electrodynamic instruments, p. 217
Silsbee, F.B.

Some studies of radio transmission over long paths made on the Byrd Antarctic expedition, p. 265
Berkner, L.V.

Phase equilibria in the system SiO2-ZnO-Al2O3, p. 279
Bunting, E.N.

System CaO-Na2O-Al2O3, p. 289
Brownmiller, L.T.; Bogue, R.H.

Determination of tin in irons and steels, p. 309
Scherrer, J.A.

Issue 3 March 1932

Heat of vaporization of water at 50 degrees, 70 degrees, and 90 degrees C, p. 321
Fiock, E.F.; Ginnings, D.C.

Note on international comparison of x-ray standards, p. 325
Taylor, L.S.

The course of the oxidation of the aldose sugars by bromine water, p. 327
Isbell, H.S.; Hudson, C.S.

Fluctuations of the rate of emission of alpha-particles for weak sources and large solid angles, p. 339
Curtiss, L.F.

Gases obtained from commercial feldspars heated in vacuo, p. 347
Shelton, G.R.; Holscher, H.H.

Experiments on the emission and absorption of radiation by metallic silver, p. 357
Mohler, F.L.

Accelerated weathering tests of soldered and tinned sheet copper, p. 365
Kosting, P.R.

The chromium oxide and the vanadium oxide band spectra, p. 381
Ferguson, W.F.C.

Air density corrections for x-ray ionization chambers, p. 385
Taylor, L.S.; Singer, G.

The arc spectrum of phosphorus, p. 393
Kiess, C.C.

Some physical properties of levulose and its estimation by copper reduction methods, p. 403
Jackson, R.F.; Mathews, J.A.

Issue 4 April 1932

The optical requirements of airplane mapping, p. 445
Gardner, I.C.

Note on the moving boundary method for measuring transference numbers - A pycnometer for determining the volume change occurring at an electrode and its application to a cathode of silver chloride in a solution of potassium chloride, p. 457
Smith, E.R.

Field-intensity measurements at frequencies from 285 to 5,400 kilocycles per second, p. 463
Kirby, S.S.; Norton, K.A.

The photographic emulsion: Silver ion and hydrogen ion concentrations and sensitivity, p. 481
Carroll, B.H.; Hubbard, D.

Capacitance and power factor of a mica capacitor as measured at the Bureau of Standards and the National Physical Laboratory, p. 507
Curtis, H.L.; Sparks, C.M.; Hartshorn, L.; Astbury, N.F.

Isolation and determination of normal heptane and of methylcyclohexane in a midcontinent petroleum - (Including a determination of the phase equilibrium diagram for the condensed system normal heptane-methylcyclohexane), p. 525
Hicks-Bruun, M.M.; Bruun, J.H.

The spectral erythemic reaction of the untanned human skin to ultra-violet radiation, p. 541
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R; Hogue, J.M.

Issue 5 May 1932

A contribution relative to the structure of collagen, p. 549
Beek, J.

Graphical determination of polar patterns of directional antenna systems, p. 555
Davies, G.L.; Orton, W.H.

Manufacture of calcium gluconate by the electrolytic oxidation of dextrose, p. 571
Isbell, H.S.; Frush, H.L.; Bates, F.J

Simplified automatic Wilson chamber, p. 579
Curtiss, L.F.

Isolation of normal decane from petroleum by distillation and equilibrium melting, p. 583
Bruun, J.H.; Hicks-Bruun, M.M.

A laboratory apparatus for the continuous extraction of liquids by low boiling solvents, p. 591
Leslie, R.T.

Volume changes of cast irons during casting, p. 601
Ash, E.J; Saeger, Jr., C.M.

A study of the delta lactones formed by the oxidation of aldoses with bromine water, p. 615
Isbell, H.S.

Effect of antimony on the mechanical properties of a bearing bronze (CU 80 : SN 10 : PB 10), p. 625
Eggenschwiler, C.E.

Investigation of the method of determining the relation of statical hysteresis and flexural stress by measurement of the decrement of a freely vibrating U bar, p. 635
Keulegan, G.H.

An unrecognized property of the reversible pendulum, p. 657
Heyl, P.R.

A method for the determination of cobalt in magnet and high-speed tool steels, p. 659
Hoffman, J.I.

Issue 6 June 1932

A method for determining the most favorable design of gas burners, p. 669
Eiserman, J.H.; Weaver, E.R.; Smith, F.A.

The photographic emulsion: Analysis for non-halide silver and soluble bromide, p. 711
Carroll, B.H.; Hubbard, D.

International comparison of electrical standards, p. 729
Vinal, G.W.

A method for the purification of rubber and properties of the purified rubber, p. 751
McPherson, A.T.

Tests of a balanced thermocouple and filter radiometer as a standard ultra-violet dosage intensity meter, p. 759
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R; Hogue, J.M.

The isoelectric point of wool, p. 779
Harris, M.

An optical method for measuring temperature distribution and convective heat transfer, p. 787
Kennard, R.B.

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