Abstract

Types of luminous materials being used by the Navy are given in brief outline with some mention of particular application to problems arising under dark or near-dark conditions. The program for improving low brightness photometry at the Naval Research Laboratory is explained with special attention given to physical photometry, utilizing photo-multiplier tubes.

© 1949 Optical Society of America

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