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NBS Bulletin Volume 11

Bulletin of the 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.

For additional information see: About the Journal

Volume 11

ISSN: 0096-8579

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 1 November 1914

The testing of potentiometers, p. 1
Wenner, F.; Weibel, E.

The emissivity of metals and oxides. I. Nickel Oxide (NiO) in the range 600 degrees to 1300 degrees C, p. 41
Burgess, G. K.; Foote, P. D.

Adjustments of the Thomson bridge in the measurement of very low resistances, p. 65
Wenner, F.; Weibel, E.

Quantitative experiments in radiotelegraphic transmission, p. 69
Austin, L. W.

Measurements on standards of radiation in absolute value, p. 87
Coblentz, W. W.

The Koepsel permeameter, p. 101
Burrows, C. W.

Various modifications of thermopiles having a continuous absorbing surface, p. 131
Coblentz, W. W.

Issue 2 March 1915

Combustion calorimetry and the heats of combustion of cane sugar, benzoic acid, and naphthalene, p. 189
Dickinson, H. C.

Specific heat of copper in the interval 0 degrees to 50 degrees, with a note on vacuum-jacketed calorimeters, p. 259
Harper, D. R., 3d

Issue 3 May 1915

Equilibrium in the system: lead acetate, lead oxide, and water, at 25 degrees, p. 331
Jackson, R. F.

A watthour meter method of testing instrument transformers, p. 347
Agnew, P. G.

Insulating properties of solid dielectrics, p. 359
Curtis, H. L.

A direct-reading instrument for measuring the logarithmic decrement and wave length of electromagnetic waves, p. 421
Kolster, F. A.

Electrical resistance and critical ranges of pure iron, p. 457
Burgess, G. K.; Kellberg, I. N.

Absorption, reflection, and dispersion constants of quartz, p. 471
Coblentz, W. W.

Issue 4 May 1915

Characteristic equations of tungsten filament lamps and their application in heterochromatic photometry, p. 483
Middlekauff, G. W.; Skogland, J. F.

A vibration electrometer, p. 535
Curtis, H. L.

Studies on the silver voltameter, p. 553
Hulett, G. A.; Vinal, G. W.

A wheatstone bridge for resistance thermometry, p. 571
Waidner, C. W.; Dickinson, H. C.; Mueller, E. F.; Harper, D. R., 3d

The emissivity of metals and oxides. II. Measurements with the micropyrometer, p. 591
Burgess, G. K.; Waltenberg, R. G.

The emissivity of metals and oxides. III. The total emissivity of platinum and the relation between total emissivity and resistivity, p. 607
Foote, P. D.

A comparison of stellar radiometers and radiometric measurements on 110 stars, p. 613
Coblentz, W. W.

Created November 6, 2012, Updated June 2, 2021