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NBS Bulletin Volume 7

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 7

ISSN: 0096-8579

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4





Issue 1 February 1911

Note on the temperature scale between 100 degrees and 500 degrees C, p. 1
Waidner, C. W.; Burgess, G. K.

A new form of direct-reading candlepower scale and recording device for precision photometers, p. 11
Middlekauff, G. W.

A device for measuring the torque of electrical instruments, p. 45
Agnew, P. G.

The intensities of some hydrogen, argon and helium lines in relation to current and pressure, p. 49
Nutting, P. G.; Tugman, O.

The temperature coefficient of resistance of copper, p. 71
Dellinger, J. H.

The electrical conductivity of commercial copper, p. 103
Wolff, F. A.; Dellinger, J. H.

On the constancy of the sulphur boiling point, p. 127
Waidner, C. W.; Burgess, G. K.

Note on oscillatory interference bands and some practical applications, p. 131
Squier, G. O.; Crehore, A. C.

Issue 2 May 1911

The effect of preliminary heat treatment upon the drying of clays, p. 143
Bleininger, A. V.

The reflecting power of various metals, p. 197
Coblentz, W. W.

The action of sunlight and air upon some lubricating oils, p. 227
Waters, C. E.

The visibility of radiation. A recalculation of Konig's data, p. 235
Nutting, P. G.

A photometric attachment for spectroscopes, p. 239
Nutting, P. G.

Selective radiation from various substances, III, p. 243
Coblentz, W. W.

The measurement of electrical oscillations in the receiving antenna, p. 295
Austin, L. W.

Some experiments with coupled high-frequency circuits, p. 301
Austin, L. W.

Issue 3 October 1911

Some quantitative experiments in long-distance radiotelegraphy, p. 315
Austin, L. W.

The behavior of high-boiling mineral oils on heating in the air, p. 365
Waters, C. E.

The determination of vanadium in vanadium and chrome-vanadium steels, p. 377
Cain, J. R.

On the computation of the constant C(sub)2 of Planck's equation by an extension of Paschen's method of equal ordinates, p. 393
Buckingham, E.; Dellinger, J. H.

A comparison of American direct-current switchboard voltmeters and ammeters, p. 407
Fitch, T. T.; Huber, C. J.

A study of the current transformer with particular reference to iron loss, p. 423
Agnew, P. G.

Thermodynamics of concentration cells, p. 475
Carhart, H. S.

Issue 4 December 1911

The capacity and phase difference of paraffined paper condensers as functions of temperature and frequency, p. 495
Grover, F. W.

The steam-turbine expansion line on the Mollier diagram, and a short method of finding the reheat factor, p. 579
Buckingham, E.

Radiometric investigation of water of crystallization, light filters, and standard absorption bands, p. 619
Coblentz, W. W.

Created November 6, 2012, Updated June 2, 2021