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Journal of Research of the National 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.

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Volume 16

 ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January 1936


An absolute determination of the ohm, p. 1
Curtis, H. L.; Moon, C.; Sparks, C. M.

Issue 2 February 1936


A standard source of ultraviolet radiation for calibrating photoelectric dosage intensity meters, p. 83
Coblentz, W. W.; Stair, R.

Treatment of offset papers for optimum register, p. 93
Weber, C. G.; Geib, M. N. V.

A summary of information on the preparation and properties of pure iron, p. 105
Thompson, J. G.; Cleaves, H. E.

Effect of yarn twist on the properties of cloth, p. 131
Schiefer, H. F.; Taft, D. H.

Effect of number of warp and filling yarns per inch and some other elements of construction on the properties of cloth, p. 139
Schiefer, H. F.; Taft, D. H.; Porter, J. W.

Electrical-resistance alloys of copper, manganese, and aluminum, p. 149
Thomas, J. L.

Action of "hypo" solution on stone tanks, p. 161
Kessler, D. W.

Note on the guarded-field x-ray ionization chamber, p. 165
Taylor, L. S.; Singer, G.

Mesle's chord method for measuring the thickness of metal coatings, p. 171
Blum, W.; Brenner, A.

Corrosion-protective value of electrodeposited zinc and cadmium coatings on steel, p. 185
Blum, W.; Strausser, P. W. C.; Brenner, A.

Issue 3 March 1936


Ionosphere studies during partial solar eclipse of February 3, 1935, p. 213
Kirby, S. S.; Gilliland, T. R.; Judson, E. B.

Reversal temperature and population of excited states in the cesium discharge, p. 227
Mohler, F. L.

Absorption of x-rays by lead glasses and lead barium glasses, p. 233
Singer, G.

Distillation and separation of arsenic, antimony, and tin, p. 253
Scherrer, J. A.

Note on the effect of a cover glass in reflectance measurements, p. 261
Judd, D. B.; Gibson, K. S.

Some tests of steel columns incased in concrete, p. 265
Stang, A. H.; Whittemore, H. L.; Parsons, D. E.

Issue 4 April 1936


Radio field-intensity and distance characteristics of a high, vertical broadcast antenna, p. 289
Kirby, S. S.

Oxidation of wool: effect of hydrogen peroxide on wool, p. 301
Smith, A. L.; Harris, M.

Oxidation of wool: the lead acetate test for hydrogen peroxide bleached wool, p. 309
Smith, A. L.; Harris, M.

Evaluation of ultraviolet solar radiation of short wave lengths, p. 315
Coblentz, W. W.; Stair, R.

Simplified apparatus for technical sugar colorimetry, p. 349
Brewster, J. F.

Gloss investigations using reflected images of a target pattern, p. 359
Hunter, R. S.

An improved method for preparing cast-iron transverse test bars, p. 367
Krynitsky, A. I.; Saeger, C. M., Jr.

Issue 5 May 1936


Arc and spark spectra of columbium, p. 385
Meggers, W. F.; King, A. S.

Routine determination of boron in class, p. 421
Glaze, F. W.; Finn, A. N.

Soil-corrosion studies, 1934. Rates of loss of weight and pitting of ferrous specimens, p. 431
Logan, K. H.

Studies on the quarternary system CaO-MgO-2CaO.SiO2-5CaO.3Al2O3, p. 467
McMurdie, H. F.; Insley, H.

Mechanism of the sulfur lability in the alkali degradation of wool protein, p. 475
Crowder, J. A.; Harris, M.

A modified accelerated weathering test for asphalts and other materials, p. 481
Strieter, O. G.; Snoke, H. R.

Effects of partial prehydration and different curing temperatures on some of the properties of cement and concrete, p. 487
Hornibrook, F. B.; Kalousek, G. L.; Jumper, C. H.

A study of the weathering quality of roofing felts made from various fibers, p. 511
Strieter, O. G.

Issue 6 June 1936


Calculation of the concentration and dissociation constant of each acid group in a mixture from the pH titration curve of the mixture, p. 525
Burton, J. O.; Acree, S. F.

Thermal expansion of copper-beryllium alloys, p. 529
Hidnert, P.

A rapid method for the determination of silica in portland cement, p. 549
Maczkowske, E. E.

Note on the thermal mutarotation of d-galactose, l-arabinose, and d-talose, p. 553
Isbell, H. S.; Pigman, W. W.

Determination of sulphuric anhydride in portland cement by means of the Wagner turbidimeter, p. 555
Rudy, R. B.

An alternating-current magnetic comparator, and the testing of tool-resisting prison bars, p. 563
Sanford, R. L.

Dissociation constants of malonic acid in its sodium-salt solutions at 25° C from electrometric titration measurements, p. 575
Burton, J. O.; Hamer, W. J.; Acree, S. F.

Tests of eight large H-shaped columns fabricated from carbon-manganese steel, p. 595
Stang, A. H.; Whittemore, H. L.; Sweetman, L. R.

Tests of steel chord members for the Bayonne bridge, p. 627
Stang, A. H.; Whittemore, H. L.; Sweetman, L. R.

Third spectrum of xenon, p. 639
Humphreys, C. J.

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