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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 30

 ISSN: 0091-0635

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January 1943


Mechanical properties of cellulose acetate as related to molecular chain length, p. 1
Sookne, A.M.; Harris, M.

Perforated cover plates for steel columns: compressive properties of plates having ovaloid perforations and a width-to-thickness ratio of 53, p. 15
Stang, A.H.; Greenspan, M.

An improved electrode holder for spectrographic analysis, p. 41
Scribner, B.F.; Corliss, C.H.

Nature of the reaction of wool with alkali, p. 47
Mizell, L.R.; Harris, M.

Photochemical stability of papers, p. 55
Launer, H.F.; Wilson, W.K.

Thermal expansion of some bronzes, p. 75
Hidnert, P.

Issue 2 February 1943


Analytical separations by means of controlled hydrolytic precipitation, p. 89
Gilchrist, R.

Thermal expansion of titanium, p. 101
Hidnert, P.

Modification of the carius combustion tube to minimize losses by explosion: Pressures attained on heating nitric acid to 300 degrees C, p. 107
Gordon, C.L.

Measuring the degree of curl of paper, p. 113
Carson, F.T.; Worthington, V.

Combination of wool protein with weak acids, p. 123
Steinhardt, J.; Fugitt, C.H.; Harris, M.

pH values of certain phosphate-chloride mixtures, and the second dissociation constant of phosphoric acid from 0 degrees to 60 degrees C, p. 129
Bates, R.G.; Acree, S.F.

Miniature Geiger-Müller counter, p. 157
Curtiss, L.F.

Issue 3 March 1943


Occurrence of sucrose and inulin-hydrolyzing enzymes in commercial enzyme preparations, p. 159
Pigman, W.W.

Perforated cover plates for steel columns: Compressive properties of plates having circular perforations and a width-to-thickness ratio of 53, p. 177
Stang, A.H.; Greenspan, M.

Part-wool blankets for use in barracks, p. 203
Schiefer, H.F.; Mizell, L.R.; Mosedale, F.T.

Advantages of a blanket-and-sheet combination for outdoor use, p. 209
Schiefer, H.F.

Composition and physical properties of aqueous extracts from Portland cement clinker pastes containing added materials, p. 215
Kalousek, G.L.; Jumper, C.H.; Tregoning, J.J.

Issue 4 April 1943


Classification of carbohydrases, p. 257
Pigman, W.W.

Further experimental study of beater practice in the manufacture of offset papers, p. 267
Weber, C.G.; Shaw, M.B.; O'Leary, M.J.

Effects of added materials on some properties of hydrating Portland cement clinkers, p. 281
Newman, E.S.; Blaine, R.L.; Jumper, C.H.; Kalousek, G.L.

Some properties of heat-setting refractory mortars, p. 303
Heindl, R.A.; Pendergast, W.L.

Sources of error in precise commercial refractometry, p. 311
Tilton, L.W.

Nature of the prismatic dark interstitial material in Portland cement clinker, p. 329
Taylor, W.C.

Issue 5 May 1943


Dissociation constants and pH-titration curves at constant ionic strength from electrometric titrations in cells without liquid junction: titrations of formic acid and acetic acid, p. 347
Bates, R.G.; Siegel, G.L.; Acree, S.F.

Function of carbon dioxide in producing efflorescence on plaster and cement products, p. 361
Bishop, D.L.

Study of the system CaO~Al2O3~H2O at temperatures of 21 degrees and 90 degrees C, p. 367
Wells, L.S.; Clarke, W.F.; McMurdie, H.F.

Perforated cover plates for steel columns: compressive properties of plates having a net-to-gross cross-sectional-area ratio of 0.33, p. 411
Stang, A.H.; Greenspan, M.

Issue 6 June 1943


Thermal expansivity and density of indium, p. 427
Hidnert, P.; Blair, M.G.

Measurements of ultraviolet solar radiation in Washington, 1936 to 1942, p. 435
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R.

A tungsten-in-quartz lamp and its applications in photoelectric radiometry, p. 449
Stair, R.; Smith, W.O.

Effect of turbulence and channel slope on translation waves, p. 461
Keulegan, G.H.; Patterson, G.W.

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