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Journal of Research Volume 9

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 9

ISSN: 0091-1801

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 July 1932

Corrections (Volume 9), p. ii

The use of alpha-benzoinoxime in the determination of molybdenum, p. 1
Knowles, H.B.

Effect of zinc coatings on the endurance properties of steel, p. 9
Swanger, W.H.; France, R.D.

Power input and dissipation in the positive column of a Caesium discharge, p. 25
Mohler, F.L.

Thermal expansion of some silicates of elements in Group II of the periodic system, p. 35
Geller, RF; Insley, H.

An automatic reverberation meter for the measurement of sound absorption, p. 47
Snyder, W.F.

Note on the probable presence of 2,2-dimethylpentane in a midcontinent petroleum, p. 53
Bruun, J.H.; Bruun, M.M.H.

Notes on the orifice meter: The expansion factor for gases, p. 61
Buckingham, E.

Theory of voltage dividers and their use with cathode ray oscillographs, p. 81
Peters, M.F.; Blackburn, G.F.; Hannen, P.T.

Issue 2 August 1932

A vacuum tube amplifier for feeble pulses, p. 115
Curtiss, L.F.

Infra-red spectra of helium, p. 121
Meggers, W.F.; Dieke, G.H.

Tests of cellular sheet-steel flooring, p. 131
Frankland, J.M.; Whittemore, H.L.

The influence of temperature on the evolution of hydrogen sulphide from vulcanized rubber, p. 163
Cummings, A.D.

Some of the factors which affect the measurement of sound absorption, p. 175
Chrisler, V.L.; Miller, C.E.

The reciprocal spherical aberration of an optical system including higher orders, p. 187
Bennett, H.F.

An attachment for turning approximately spherical surfaces of small curvature on a lathe, p. 227
Gardner, I.C.

Wave lengths and Zeeman effects in lanthanum spectra, p. 239
Meggers, W.F.

Note on the freezing point of "iso-octane" (2, 2, 4-trimethylpentane), p. 269
Bruun, J.H.; Bruun, M.M.H.

A twin-bomb method for the accurate determination of pressure-volume-temperature data, and a simple method for the accurate measurement of high pressures, p. 271
Washburn, E.W.

Issue 3 September 1932

A new determination of the atomic weight of Osmium, p. 279
Gilchrist, R.

Moisture expansion of ceramic white ware, p. 291
Geller, R.F.; Creamer, A.S.

Infra-red arc spectra photographed with xenocyanine, p. 309
Meggers, W.F.; Kiess, C.C.

Tensile properties of cast nickel-chromium- iron alloys and of some alloy steels at elevated temperatures, p. 327
Kahlbaum, W.; Jordan, L.

The comparison of high voltage x-ray generators, p. 333
Taylor, L.S.; Tucker, KL

The structure of the chromic acid plating bath: The theory of chromium deposition, p. 353
Kasper, C.

Physical properties and weathering characteristics of slate, p. 377
Kessler, D.W.; Sligh, W.H.

Radiation from Caesium and other metals bombarded by slow electrons, p. 413
Boeckner, C.

A simplified precision formula for the inductance of a helix with corrections for the lead-in wires, p. 419
Snow, C.

Register studies in offset lithography, p. 427
Weber, C.G.; Cobb, R.M.

Creep at elevated temperatures in chromium-vanadium steels containing tungsten or molybdenum, p. 441
Kahlbaum, W.; Jordan, L.

Issue 4 October 1932

The synthesis, purification, and certain physical constants of the normal hydrocarbons from pentane to dodecane, of n-amyl bromide and of n-nonyl bromide, p. 457
Mair, B.J.

A study of some ceramic bodies of low absorption maturing at temperatures below 1,000 degrees C, p. 473
Geller, R.F.; Evans, D.N.

The determination of magnesia in phosphate rock, p. 487
Hoffmann, J.I.

Collisions of the first and second kind in the positive column of a Caesium discharge, p. 493
Mohler, F.L.

The areas and tensile properties of deformed concrete-reinforcement bars, p. 509
Stang, A.H.; Sweetman, L.R.; Cough, C.

A calorimetric method for determining the intrinsic energy of a gas as a function of the pressure, p. 521
Washburn, E.W.

The photographic emulsion: Variables in sensitization by dyes, p. 529
Carroll, B.H.; Hubbard, D.

A method for the separation of rhodium from iridium and the gravimetric determination of these metals, p. 547
Gilchrist, R.

The isoelectric point of silk, p. 557
Harris, M.

Effective applied voltage as an indicator of the radiation emitted by an x-ray tube, p. 561
Taylor, L.S.; Singer, G.; Stoneburner, C.F.

Column curves and stress-strain diagrams, p. 571
Osgood, W.R.

Issue 5 November 1932

The variation with angle of emission of the radiation from metals bombarded by slow electrons, p. 583
Boeckner, C.

Nitrogen content of some standard-sample steels, p. 593
Thompson, J.G.; Hamilton, E.H.

Analytical methods for the determination of levulose in crude products, p. 597
Jackson, R.F.; Mathews, J.A.; Chase, W.D.

Determination of alumina and silica in steel by the hydrochloric acid residue method, p. 615
Thompson, J.G.; Acken, J.S.

An analysis of lanthanum spectra (La I, La II, La III), p. 625
Russell, H.N.; Megger, W.F.

Analysis of weighted silk, p. 669
Mease, R.T.

The heat of formation of hydrogen chloride and some related thermodynamic data, p. 679
Rossini, F.D.

Thermal expansion of lead, p. 703
Hidnert, P.; Sweeney, W.T.

Issue 6 December 1932

Isolation of the three xylenes from an Oklahoma petroleum, p. 711
White, J.D.; Rose, F.W.

Characteristic equations of vacuum and gas- filled tungsten-filament lamp, p. 721
Barbrow, L.E.; Meyer, J.F.

The calorimetric determination of the in-trinsic energy of gases as a function of the pressure. Data on oxygen and its mixtures with carbon dioxide to 40 atmospheres at 28 degrees C., p. 733
Rossini, F.D.; Frandsen, M.

Shear tests of reinforced brick masonry beams, p. 749
Parsons, D.E.; Stang, A.H.; McBurney, J.W.

The measurement of low-voltage x-ray intensities, p. 769
Taylor, L.S.; Stoneburner, C.F.

A multirange potentiometer and its application to the measurement of small temperature differences, p. 781
Brooks, H.B.; Spinks, A.W.

The density of some soda-lime-silica glasses as a function of the composition, p. 799
Glaze, F.W.; Young, J.C.; Finn, A.N.

Coiled filament resistance thermometers, p. 807
Meyers, C.H.

Deflection of cosmic rays by a magnetic field, p. 815
Curtiss, L.F.

The system: CaO-B2O3, p. 825
Carlson, E.T.

A metal-connected glass electrode, p. 833
Thompson, M.R.

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