Abstract

Two photometric devices are described. Each of these devices employs modulated tungsten filament lamps. In the first the lamps are electrically independent of the detector. In the second a feed-back arrangement is used. These devices should prove useful for transmission or reflection measurements of neutral or colored materials.

© 1950 Optical Society of America

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