Abstract

By the use of double fluxes instead of single fluxes an attempt was made (a) to better the resolution and (b) to increase the intensity of the transformation spectra of several elements. These objects were partially attained and the principle of essential identity, as applied to this type of spectrum, was substantiated.

© 1927 Optical Society of America

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