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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 4

 ISSN: 0091-1801

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January 1930


Reliability of fusible tin boiler plugs in service, p. 1
Freeman, J.R.; Scherrer, J.A.; Rosenberg, S.J.

A simple control stopcock for gas analysis apparatus, p. 23
Shepherd, M.

Throwing power in chromium plating, p. 27
Farber, H.L.; Blum, W.

Influence of magnesia, ferric oxide, and soda upon the temperature of liquid formation in certain Portland cement mixtures, p. 55
Hansen, W.C.

Notes on the design of 4-terminal resistance standards for alternating currents, p. 73
Silsbee, F.B.

The effect of light on silver chloride in chemical analyses, p. 109
Lundell, G.E.F.; Hoffman, J.I.

Method and apparatus used in testing piezo oscillators for broadcasting stations, p. 115
Hall, E.L.

Phase-equilibria in the system SiO2-ZnO, p. 131
Bunting, E.N.

Effect of small changes in temperature on the properties of bodies, p. 137
Hersey, M.D.

The neutralization of space charge by positive ions in caesium vapor, p. 157
Whitman, V.E.

Regularities in the arc spectrum of hafnium (Hf-1), p. 169
Meggers, W.F.; Scribner, B.F.

Issue 2 February 1930


Standards for testing magnetic permeameters, p. 177
Sanford, R.L.

Ultra-violet reflecting power of aluminum and several other metals, p. 189
Coblentz, W.W.; Stair, R.

The ring and ball method of test for softening point of bituminous materials, resins, and similar substances, p. 195
Walker, P.H.

Rayon as a paper making material, p. 203
Shaw, M.B.; Bicking, G.W.

A precision method of calibrating a tuning fork by comparison with a pendulum, p. 213
Moon, C.

The principles of measurement and of calculation in their application to the determination of Diophantine quantities, p. 221
Washburn, E.W.

Durability tests of spar varnishes, p. 247
Came, C.L.

A new dead-weight testing machine of 100,000 pounds capacity, p. 261
Tuckerman, L.B.; Whittemore, H.L.; Petrenko, S.N.

Applying the visual double-modulation type radio range to the airways, p. 265
Diamond, H.

The absorption of sound at oblique angles of incidence, p. 289
Heyl, P.R.; Chrisler, V.L.; Snyder, W.F.

Sensitivity of a galvanometer as a function of its resistance, p. 297
Brooks, H.B.

Heat capacities in some aqueous solutions, p. 313
Rossini, F.D.

Issue 3 March 1930


Preliminary investigations upon two cellulosic wastes as sources for xylose, p. 329
Hall, W.L.; Slater, C.S.; Acree, S.F.

Design of a portable temperature-controlled piezo oscillator, p. 345
Heaton, V.E.; Brattain, W.H.

A 12-course radio range for guiding aircraft with tuned reed visual indication, p. 351
Diamond, H.; Kear, F.G.

Applying the radio range to the airways, p. 371
Kear, F.G.; Jackson, W.E.

New piezo oscillations with quartz cylinders cut along the optical axis, p. 383
Hund, A.; Wright, R.B.

Transverse tests of H-section column splices, p. 395
Edwards, J.H.; Whittemore, H.L.; Stang, A.H.

Engine-ignition shielding for radio reception in aircraft, p. 415
Diamond, H.; Gardner, F.G.

Development of the visual type airway radio-beacon system, p. 425
Dellinger, J.H.; Diamond, H.; Dunmore, F.W.

Issue 4 April 1930


A tuned-reed course indicator for the 4 and 12 course aircraft radio range, p. 461
Dunmore, F.W.

Physical properties of electrically welded steel tubing, p. 475
Whittemore, H.L.; Adelson, J.S.; Seaquist, E.O.

Evolution of hydrogen sulphide from vulcanized rubber, p. 501
Wolesensky, E.

Reduction of data on mixture of color stimuli, p. 515
Judd, D.B.

Tensile properties of rail and some other steels at elevated temperatures, p. 549
Freeman, J.R.; Quick, G.W.

A convenient form of Geiger tube counter, p. 593
Curtiss, L.F.

Probability fluctuations in the rate of emission of alpha particles, p. 595
Curtiss, L.F.

Issue 5 May 1930


The sensitive surface of the Geiger tube electron counter, p. 601
Curtiss, L.F.

Calorimetry of a fluid, p. 609
Osborne, N.S.

The calibration of the "Fingerhut" ionization chamber, p. 631
Taylor, L.S.; Singer, G.

An apparatus and method for determining the compressibility of a gas and the correction for "supercompressibility", p. 645
Bean, H.S.

A new method of analyzing alpha-ray photographs, p. 663
Curtiss, L.F.

The arc spectrum of bromine and its structure, p. 667
Kiess, C.C.; deBruin, T.L.

Spectral sensitization of photographic emulsions - Notes on bathing with pinacyanol-pinaflavol mixtures, p. 693
Carroll, B.H.; Hubbard, D.

Performance of the Fahy Simplex permeameter, p. 703
Sanford, R.L.

Light scattering in liquids, p. 711
Langer, R.M.; Meggers, W.F.

Issue 6 June 1930


A comparison of the quinhydrone and hydrogen electrodes in solutions containing tannin, p. 737
Wallace, E.L.; Beek, J.

A gas analysis pipette for difficult absorptions, p. 747
Shepherd, M.

Note on the theory of heat conduction, p. 753
Van Dusen, M.S.

Blistering phenomena in the enameling of cast iron, p. 757
Krynitsky, A.I.; Harrison, W.N.

On a modified method for decomposing aluminous silicates for chemical analysis, p. 809
Finn, A.N.; Klekotka, J.F.

Test of composite beams and slabs of hollow tile and concrete, p. 815
Parsons, D.E.; Stang, A.H.

Endurance properties of some special rail steels, p. 851
Freeman, J.R.; France, R.D.

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