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Table 564. Transmission of Dyestuff Solutions of "Adjusted" Concentrations

Table 564. Transmission of Dyestuff Solutions of "Adjusted" Concentrations

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T A B L E 564.-TRANS



M ISSl O N O F D Y E S T U F F SO LUTl O N S O F “ADJUSTED” CON C E N T R AT1 O N S (continued)

Wavelength (microns)



.



C.I. No

Name



Primuline ....................

Celliton Fast Yellow G ........

Milling Yellow 0 .............

Amido Azo Toluol ............

Milling Orange ..............

Diamine Green G .............

Diamine Catechine G ..........

Naphthol Yellow S ............

Supramine Yellow 3GL ........

Mikado Yellow ...............

Chrysophenine ...............

Fastusol Yellow W G ..........

Mikado Yellow ..............

Diamine Fast Orange EG ......

Benzo Chrome Brown G ......

Thioflavine T ................

Sun Yellow ..................

Sun Yellow ..................

Sulphon Orange G ............

Fastusol Orange LGGL .......

Azosol Fast Yellow CGG ......

Resorcin Brown ..............

Benzo Fast Brown 3GL .......

Auramine ....................

Euchrysine 2G ...............

Pryazol Orange ..............

Celliton Fast Brown 3R .......

Benzamine Brown 3G0 ........

Trisulfon Brown B ............



h Max



.



343

356

373

379

380

383

(615.

647)

389

391



(;g)

392

392

394

397

408

408

410

410

413

414

415

426

428

430

431

434

443

445

447

450



Or



.



.



Pr No



812

P r . 242

Pr . 139

17

274

594



Buffer



.40



N*



8



21

15

14

18

14

12



49

36

29

35

24

18



6

11



8

10



13

12



3

3



6

6

8

4

6

11

11

12

11

10

10

10

10

10

10

12

14



18

18

12

20

17

16

13

35

20

17

13

13

12

10

10

12

11



13

10



10

10



69

10



K*

A*



P r . 474

622

365

P r . 99

622

P r . 72

Pr . 365

815

620

620

Pr . 186

Pr . 276

Pr 215

234

Pr

28

655

797

653

Pr . 230

596

561



A*



E*



A*

BZ*

A*



K*

K*

K*

K*

K

K

N

N

K

A

K

E

A



K

A

A

K

E

K

K



.62 .64



.66



.68



.70



Transmittances (oercent)



K



.

.



.46 .48 .50 .52 .54 .56 .58 .60



or



0

3

2

0

2

4



Pr .



.42 .44



5



1

4

10

10

11

11

11

11

11

17

13

12

29

30

15

23

10

12



4

7

7

3



7



29



87

90

78

72

61

40



92

96

91

88

80

44



20

30



30

70



41

94



51 60 68 76 84 89 93 95 96 97

99 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100



49



20

57

47

24

17

82

41

33

16

19

30

14

13

35

28



82

82

37

90

78

36

24

98

70

57

15

29

69

24

18

80

72



11

10



16

15



96 99 100 100

94 98 98 99

62 79 86 89

99 100 100 100

92 97 98 99

53 71 86 94

32 42 53 65

99 100 100 100

89 96 98 99

75 86 93 97

17 24 40 74

46 68 86 95

95 99 99 100

39 59 79 91

26 38 53 68

97 99 100 100

94 98 99 99

45 S

i 91 97

24 37 55 72

24 39 58 74

22 28



50



73

70

56

53



40



ii io iz 22



(continued)



95

98

96

96

92

39



96 97 97 98 98 99 99 99

99 99 99 100 100 100 100 100

97 98 98 98 99 99 99 99

99 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

97 98 99 99 99 99 99 99

29 19 12 10 10 12 29 65



100

99

89

100

99

98

77

100

99

99

94

98

100

96

79

100

99

99

85



100 100 100 100 100 100

99 99 99 100 100 100



89



89



89



89



89



85



100 100 100 100 99 99

99 99 100 100 100 99

99 99 99 99 100 100



87

100

99

99

99

98

100

99

87

100

100

99

93

84 90

32 38



92

100

99

100

100

99

100

99

92

100

100

100

97

94

46



95



98



99



100 100 100

100 100 100

100 100 100

99 99 99

100 100 100

100 100 100

94 95 %

100 100 100

100 100 100

100 100 100

99 99 99

96 97 98

56 68 78



100

100

100

99

100



97



100 100 100 100



100



97

100

100

100

100



98

86



g

I”



T A B L E 564.-TRANSMISSION



O F D Y E S T U F F SOLUTIONS



OF “ADJUSTED” C O N C E N T R A T I O N S (continued)



-.



Wavelength (microns)

<



C.I. No.

Name



Bismarck Brown R ...........

Congo Orange R ..............

Polar Orange R ..............

Sudan I .....................

Orange I1 ...................

Celliton Scarlet B .............

Orange R ...................

Supramine Red 2G ............

Victoria Blue B Base .........



X Max .



455

466

(<400)

475

(<400)

478

485

486

490

490



(it%)



v;)

GG .........



Celliton Fast Red

Celliton Fast Rubine B ........

Congo Red ..................

Palatine Fast Red R N .........

Benzo Fast Scarlet (S) .......

Paper Red A Extra ...........

Fast Red A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Cochineal Red A .............

Benzo Fast Scarlet (S) . . . . . . .

Crocein Scarlet 3BX ..........

Azo Eosine G .................



494

495

498

499

500

504

506

509

510

510

<400)

511

Polar Red ...................

<400)

512

Anthralan Red B-CF .........

Diamine Scarlet B ............

5 12

(<400)

Guinea Fast Red BL ..........

515

Alizarine Rubinol 3G . . . . . . . . . .

515

(<400)



OK



.



Pr. No



.40



.42



Buffer

or

solvent r------



.44



.46



.48



.50



.52



.54 .56



.58



.60



.62



.64



.66



.68



88

99



93

99



95



96 97

99 100



.70



Transmittances (percent)

7



332

459



A

K



20

13



14

16



11

13



10

10



12

10



18

13



28

21



42

46



56

79



69

94



80

98



Pr . 152



A



27



23



14



10



10



13



21



45



77



93



98 100 100 100 100 100



24

151

Pr . 244

161

P r . 194



Bz

A

E

A

A



23

40

58

43

50



17

35

37

38

48



16

28

21

33

32



12

16

13

20

18



10

10

10

11

11



14

12

11

11

11



29

26

19

16

18



85

75

38

46

44



98

96

66

87

83



99



99 100 100 100 100

99 99 99 100 100

95 99 99 100 100 100

100 100 100 100 100 100

98 99 99 99 99 99



729



Bz



31



28



26



17



11



11



16



29



46



62



74



E

E



66

67

42

45

42

43



24

24

25

30

31

43

39

45

42

45

59



15

14

17

19

22

26

28

49

31

31

48



11

11

12

12

13

14

16

15

19

17

20



10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

11

11

12



14

14

14

13

12

13

13

12

11

11

10



27

27

26

21

21

26

21

22

16

19

13



50

51

50

41

52

62

37

53

27

47

35



75

76

75

73

86

90

64

88

59

81

80



91 97 99

91 97 99

91 96 97

91 96 97

98 100 100

98 99 100

88 97 99

98 100 100

89 98 100

96 99 100

96 98 99



P r . 236

P r . 238

370

P r . 327

326

Pr . 148

176

185

326

183

114



99

86

98

96



99



99



99



81



86



91



94



97



I<

A

A



61

54

56

57



43

43

34

40

36

46

46

53

48

51

65



430



A



24



29



32



25



16



11



11



15



25



43



63



72



Pr . 210

382



A

K



50

29



47

35



40

40



29

31



17

17



11

11



11

10



18

19



38

48



70

83



90

96



97 99 100 100 100

99 100 100 100 100



Pr . 101

P r . 361



A

A



61

84



59

78



49

60



34

38



20

21



12

12



10

10



15

15



40

42



81

81



96

96



99 100 100 100 100

98 99 99 99 99



N



N

K

A

A



*



55



74



99 99 100

100 100 100

98 98 99

98 98 98

100 100 100

100 100 100

99 99 99

100 100 100

100 100 100

100 100 100

100 100 100

75



76



76



x!



6



v)



5



T A B L E 564.-TRANSMISSION



OF D Y E S T U F F S O L U T I O N S OF “ADJUSTED” C O N C E N T R A T I O N S (continued)

Wavelength (microns)



D



z

0



x

<



2

Z

,



+

D

w



r



g



A M a x.



Name



Eosine G ....................

Fast Red B ..................

Oxamine Brilliant Red B ......

Sudan Red BB ...............

Diamine Scarlet B ............



.

. .



C.I. N o

or

Pr N o



.40



Buffer

or

solvent



.48



.50



A

.



.52



.54



.56



.58 .60



.62



.64



.66



.68



.70



Transmittances (percent)

h



v



10

10

10



13

16



10

10



13

14



25

22



56

43



89

72



98 100 100 100 100

91 97 99 99 99



57

31



36

31



13

16



28



15



80

42



97

70



99

95



99 99 99 99 99

99 100 100 100 100



51



33



20



12



12



15



29



79



96



93

43



85

40



68

30



42

19



25

13



12

10



67

12



99 100 100 100 100 100 100

23 69 92 96 96 96 96



69



83

97

71



65

96

71



47

93

62



34

82

46



28

58

29



18

25

17



10

10

10



35

15

12



78

26

21



A

E



93

84



91

86



90

87



84

84



69

70



45

47



28

26



14

12



30

18



93 100 100 100 100 100 100

66 92 97 99 100 100 100



842

1080

749



N

A

A



92

79

92



85

74

93



75

60

96



65

45

95



51

32

84



33

22

63



18

15



40



11

11

19



11

10

15



27

14

75



66

24

98



91

44

99



748



A



92



93



96



94



84



66



40



24



10



41



93



99 100 100 100 100



710



A



82



85



84



77



62



41



23



13



I0



11



16



26



A

A



Phloxine B ..................

Palatine Fast ................

535

Claret BN ................. (562)

Fuchaine ....................

538

Formyl Violet S4B ............

543

Brilliant Benzo ...............

546

Violet B .................. (<400)

Rose Beneale B ...............

S48

Azosol F i s t Red 3B ...........

548

(<400)

Methylene Violet .............

551

Anthraquinone Violet .........

551

Rhodamine B ................

553

Sulpho Rhodamine B ..........



-



.46



99 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

26 46 74 92 98 100 100 100

34 66 86 95 98 99 100 100

28 70 94 98 99 99 100 100

25 54 84 96 98 100 100 100



768

88

P r . 393

P r . 182

382



(;;I



.44



74

15

15

13

13



517

518

518

519

522

(<400)

Amaranth ...................

523’

523

Supra Light Rubine BL .......

(<400)

527

Erythrosine Bluish ...........

531

Azosol Brilliant Red B ........

(492?)

531

Celliton Fast Pink B ..........

~



.42

92

59

44

45

34



88

53

41

39

43



74

39

32

31

37



46

22

20

20

23



27

13

12

13

13



11



K



93

61

47

46

26



184

P r . 188



A

A



63

57



59

59



52

56



40

46



23

29



773

P r . 363



A

E



92

58



90

50



88

40



79

33



P r . 234



E



88



83



71



778

P r . 394



N

A



95

53



94

48



677

698

P r . 35



A

N

K



92



%



779

P r . 213



K

Bz



10



94

35

32



98

58

51



98



99

81

72



99



99

95

87



99



99



99 99

99 100

95 98



98 99 99 100

68 85 95 98

99 100 100 100



(<400)



562

(<400)

Brilliant Sky Blue 5G . . . . . . . . . . 564’

(<400)



(continrrcd)



38



51



63



72



VI



T A BL E 564.-TRANSMl6SlON



O F D Y E S T U F F S OLU TI ON S O F “ A D JU S TE D ’ CONCENTRATIONS (continued)

Wavelength (microns)

r.40



C.I. No.

A Max.



Name



Benzo Azurine G.............



Or



Pr. No.



.42



.44



.46



.48



.SO



Buffer

or

solvent.-,



.52



.54



.56



.58



.60



.62



.64



.66



.68



.70



Transmittances (percent)

v



565

(422)

566

566



502



K



909

Pr. 143



A

A



70

21



23



60

26



57

28



29



31

27



19

20



13

14



10

10



12

11



20

12



30

19



56

38



85

62



95

82



97

91



568

570

570



512

208

Pr. 189



K

A

A



70

81

25



68

80

28



66

73

27



64

63

24



53

52

22



41

39

22



27

25

19



16

15

13



11

11

10



11

11

11



15

16

14



22

29

20



30

51

28



45

72

39



64

87

55



81

94

72



24

680

865



K

A



35

97

34

96

72



30

92

33

92

69



27

83

29

83

62



25

67

25

68

54



24

48

20

50

45



20

30

16

31

34



14

20

13

20

22



11

15

11

15

14



10

10

10

10

10



13

17

11

16

12



19

55

13

52

20



29

86

16

86

30



44

95

21

96

41



63

98

26



99



71



A

A

K



42

98

35

97

73



406

681

682

681

1088

583



K

A

A

A

A

K



72

99

98

98

50

17



71

97

97

65

20



70

96

%

95

82

22



67

90

93

89

85

27



59

88

84

78

75

34



47

61

66



60

61

37



32

39

43

39

44

34



20

24

23

24

28

25



13

19

16

19

18

16



10

12

13

13

11

12



11

13

11

13

10

10



23

46

36

44

11

12



51

83

75

82

15

17



78

97

92

95

31

30



90 95

99 100

98 99

99 100

61 84

53 74



729

520

Pr. 379



E

K

K



88

78

41



95

76

41



95

74

37



94

71

35



91

65

31



84

56

26



70

43

22



47

29

18



24

18

14



13

12

11



10

10

10



12

11

11



20

18

14



44

40

19



72

70

26



89

34



Benzo Green 2B ..............



Pr.



29



K



21



24



28



32



36



42



42



36



25



15



10



11



15



24



42



68



Indigetin IA .................. 608‘

Palatine Fast Blue B N . . ......

612

(573.



1180

Pr. 318



A

A



90



88

51



86



43



55



85

54



85

53



80

47



68

34



48

23



30

13



18

11



11

11



13

11



34

31



69

66



91

88



97

95



New Blue R ..................

Neolan Black W A . . ..........

Benzo Blue RW ..............

Sulphon Acid Blue R .........

Supramine Black B R . . .......

Benzo Fast Black L . . ........

Methyl Violet B. .............

Nigrosine P .................

Methyl Violet B ..............

Diamine Fast Blue F F B . . ....



1<400)

_.._,



69



67



69



64



53



38



24



14



10



12



19



28



37



53



70



84



64



46



~



Pr.

(<2

583



Benzo Blue BB ...............

Crystal Violet ...............

Ethyl Violet .................

Crystal Violet A P X . . .........

Alizarine Sky Blue B . ........

Chlorazol Dark Green.. .......



583

585

586

(<400)

587

590

592

592

594

600



Victoria

Blue B Base.. .......

...

~Benzo Sky Blue ..............

Fastusol Gray LVGL .........



603

605



(


680



Pr.



99



(continued)



80

32



99 100

55



69



89



ln



5

f

z



O F DYESTUFF SOLUTIONS O F "ADJUSTED" CONCENTRATIONS (continued)



TABLE 564.-TRANSMIdSION



I



In



Wavelength (microns)

A



W



C.I. No.



Buffer



I

<



Or



or



!0

!



p

-4



5

Im

v,



Name



..................

Victoria Blue B ...............

Cyananthrol R ...............



A



Pr. No.



Max.



' .40



.42



.44



.46



.48



.50



.52



.54



.56



.58



.60



.62



.64



.66



.68



.70



Transmittances (percent)

A



solvent,



3



613



663



A



75



82



95



96



93



88



78



63



45



30



14



12



45



84



97 100



615



(


729



A



86



95



94



91



84



73



57



38



24



16



12



10



24



55



79



91



1076



A



56



68



82



82



73



59



42



27



16



ll



ll



10



21



55



82



92



<%I



246



A



59



62



60



60



60



56



48



35



23



14



11



10



20



54



84 95



657



A



77



64



71



92



97



94



86



73



52



35



19



10



30



72



94



99



Pr. 227



E



71



83



89



87



81



70



55



40



26



18



16



10



22



27



28



60



Diamine Green B .............



593



K



27



31



35



36



39



44



45



40



30



20



13



10



11



15



27



52



Brilliant Green



662



A



77



66



74



93



97



95



90



79



59



41



24



10



22



63



91



98



658



A



77



75



87



94



93



91



86



76



60



41



28



13



14



49



85



%



144



A



48



58



67



67



65



62



54



39



28



17



14



13



11



34



77



94



Pr. 207



A



82



91



93



88



81



70



55



37



25



15



10



12



10



23



59



84



673



A



79



81



96



99



99



97



94



87



74



53



36



19



11



37



80



95



Setocyanine



(An<\

,.".,I



(582,



Naphthol Blue Black

Malachite Green



..........



.............



Celliton Fast Blue FR.. .......



(<2)

618

(%)



(673,

580,



.............. (<2

)2;(

Setoglaucine .................

2'(:;

Pr.

Neeland Blue GG .............

Alizarine Supra Sky R



........



Xylene Blue A S . . ............



(593.

<4ooj

635

(595.

<4ooj

637

(412)



(confinued)



wl



2



T A B L E 564.-TRANSMIQSION



OF D Y E S T U F F S O L U T I O N S O F “ADJUSTED” CONCENTRATIONS (concluded)

Wavelength (microns)

.40



C.I. No.

Name



Wool Green S ................



X Max.



Pr. No.



637

(


Xylene Blue V S . . ............



Alizarine Astrol B. . . .



. ..... . .



Alkali Fast Green 10G ........



642’

(607,

<400)

662

(437)



Buffer

or

solvent



or



Pr.



.42



.44



.46



.48



.SO



.52



.54



.56



.58



.60



.62



.64



.66



.68



.70



Transmittances (percent)

r-p



v



737



A



85



86



86



88



90



92



89



80



65



47



34



17



11



41



82



96



672



A



81



82



96



99



99



97



93



86



72



52



38



20



10



38



80



95



913



A



87



86



87



89



91



87



76



57



36



18



10



11



10



18



52



78



1078



A



24



23



35



55



69



68



57



41



28



18



11



10



10



13



30



59



1075



.4



51



56



74



87



86



75



61



42



28



17



11



11



10



17



43



75



13



A



72



64



60



74



89



93



92



86



76



61



42



26



15



10



15



38



922



A



97



98



97



96



93



92



91



86



75



59



36



28



20



11



29



80



5



A



12



18



25



40



56



64



70



74



71



59



42



28



18



14



M



10



T A B L E 565.-TRANSPARENCY



O F VARIOUS SUBSTANCES



545



Alum: Ordinary alum (crystal) absorbs the infrared.

Metallic reflection at 9.05~

and 30 to 40p.

R o c k salt: Rubens and Trowbridge give the following transparencies for a 1 cm thick

plate in percent:



9

10

12

13

14

15

99.5 99.5 99.3 97.6 93.1 84.6



16

17

18

19 20.7 23.7~

66.1 51.6 27.5 9.6

.6 0.

Pfluger gives the following for the ultraviolet, same thickness : 280pp,95.5percent; 231.

86 percent ; 210,77 percent ; 186,70 percent.

Metallic reflection a t O.llOp,0.156,51.2,and 87p.

Sylvite: Transparency of a 1 cm thick plate :

A

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17 18 19 20.7 23.7~

% 100. 98.8 99.0 99.5 99.5 97.5 95.4 93.6 92. 86. 76. 58. 15.

Metallic reflection at 0.114p,0.161,61.1,100.

F l u o r i t e : Very transparent for the ultraviolet nearly to 0.1~.

Rubens and Trowbridge give the following for a 1 cm plate :

10

9

X

8p

11

12p

%

84.4 54.3 16.4 1.0

0

Metallic reflection a t 24p,31.6,40p.

Iceland s p a r : Merritt gives the following values of k in the formula i = i d r d ( d in cm) :



A



To



For the ordinary ray :

A



k

X



k



1.02



1.45 1.72 2.07 2.11 2.30 2.44 2.53 2.60 2.65 2.74~

.O

.03 .13 .74 1.92 3.00 1.92 1.21 1.74 2.36

2.83 2.90 2.95 3.04 3.30 3.47 3.62 3.80 3.98 4.35 4.52 4.83~

1.32 .70 1.80 4.71 22.7 19.4 9.6 18.6

00

6.6 14.3 6.1

.O



For the extraordinary ray :

A



k



2.49 2.87 3.00 3.28 3.38 3.59 3.76 3.90 4.02 4.41 4.67~

.14 .08

.43 1.32 .89 1.79 2.04 1.17 39 1.07 2.40

X

4.91 5.04 5.34 5 . 5 0 ~ ~

k

1.25 2.13 4.41 12.8



Q u a r t z : Very transparent to the ultraviolet; Pfliiger gets the. following transmission

values for a plate 1 cm thick : a t 0.222p,94.2percent ; 0.214,92; 0.203,83.6; 0.186,67.2

percent.

Merritt gives the following values for Iz (see formula under Iceland spar) :

For the ordinary ray:

h



k



2.72 2.83 2.95 3.07 3.17 3.38 3.67 3.82 3.96 4.12 4.50~

.20 .15 1.26 1.61 2.04 3.41 7.30

20

.47 .57 .31

For the extraordinary ray :



2.74 2.89 3.00 3.08 3.26 3.43 3.52 3.59 3.64 3.74 3.91 4.19 4.36~

k

.O

.ll .33 26 .11 .51 .76 1.88 1.83 1.62 2.22 3.35 8.0

For A > 7 p, becomes opaque, metallic reflection at 8.50p, 9.02,20.75-24.4p,

then trans-



X



parent again.



T A B L E 566.-TRANSPARENCY

Wavelength



Steam



.95p 1$9 cm

1.13

1.36

1.84

2.64



Absorption



7%

14

75

84

100



SMITHSONIAN PHYSICAL TABLES



Wavelength



OF W A T E R VAPOR (steam)



Steam



6.5p 32.4cm

11

104

13

104

15

104

18

32.4



Absorption



8Wo



15

35

55

55



Wavelength



2Op

22

26

30

34



Steam



32.4

"

"



Absorption



8040



22

30

50



80



546

T A B L E 567,TRANSMISSION



O F R A D I A T I O N T H R O U G H M O I S T AIR (percent)



The values of this table are of use for finding the transmission of energy through air containing a known amount of water vapor. An approximate value for the transmission may be had if

the amount of energy from the source between the wavelengths of the first column is multiplied

by the corresponding transmission coefficients of the subsequent columns. The values for the

wavelengths greater than 188 are tentative and doubtful.

Range of

wavelengths

P



Precipitable water in cm



.001



C



.75 to 1.0

1.0

1.25

1.25 1.5

1.5

2.0

*2

3

3

4

*4

5

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

t9

10

11

12

12

13

*13

14

*14

15

*15

16

16

17

17

:8

00

18



+l



.003



-



-



96

95

92

95

85

94

100

100

100

1w

~ .

100



100



.006



-



87

84

76

75

SO

76

100

100

100

100

100



92

88

83

82

54

84

100

100

100

.

100

100

100



100



96



-



89



.01



.03



100



99

9 9 9 9



96

98

84

78

71

68

31

68

99

100

100

100

100

99

93



92

97

77

72

65

56

24

57

98

100

100

100

99

97

80

70



-



-



-



-



82



45



.06



.10



99

98

84

94

70

66

60

51

8

46

96

100

100

99

99

94

75

55

50

25

0



98

97



25



80



88

64

63

53

47

4

35

94

100

100

98

97



90

50

40

20

10

0



97

95

66

79



-



35

3

16

65

100

100

96

86

..



80

15

0



.so



1.0



95

92

57

73



93

89

51

70



-



-



0

2



2



10



-



-



100

100

95

82

60

0



100

100

93



-



0

0

0



0

0

0

0



0

0

0



0



0



2.0



6.0



10.0



90



83

74

31



78

69

28

57



85

44

66

-



-



0

0

100

100

-



-



0

0

0

0

0



60

-



-



0

0

-



-



0



-



0

0

0



0



0



0

-



0

0

0

0

0



These places require multiplication by the following factors to allow for losses in COa gas. Under average

sea-level outdoor conditions the COz (partial pressure = 0.003 atm) amounts to about 0.6 g/cm*. Paschen gives

3 times as much for indoor conditions.

2~ tp 3 ~ fy

, ?, 5 :i 2 2 p:th (95) ; f: I?! 5 ;i nf p?!h (93) ;

4

5

(93) ;

(70); more Cot no further effect;

13 '' 14, slight allowance to be made;

14 " 1 5 ,

g in *:

p:,th redEces eneLgy p z y o ;

1 5 " 16,

" "

t These places re uire multi lication by 0.90 and 0.70 respectively for one air mass and 0.85 and 0.65 for two

air masses to allow lor ozone agsorptioii when the radiation comes from a celestial body.



!

!



T A B L E 568.-bNFRARED

T R A N S M I S S I O N OF VARIOUS

SUBSTANCES (percent) Irn

2Op



Fused quartz . . . ..

'I



"



.....



Crystal "

.....

Sulfur, rhombic . .

Paraffin . . . .. . . . .

Mica . . . . . . . . . . .

Cellophane . . . . .

Celluloid . . . . . . . .

Black paper .

Camphor soot .. .

Pfund Bi black ...

Lampblack,

water glass



.

..

.. ...

.

....



.2 m,m

1.0

1.0 "

.9 "

2.0 "

68

4oP

1P

.1 mm



*

t



.8



30



0



(1)



'"Barnes, Phys. Rev., vol. 39, p. 562, 1932.

On celluloid l p thick.



SMITHSONIAN PHYSICAL TABLES



40



50



60



0

2 20 35

0

0

0

0

0

o

0

1

7 42 57

30 40 10

6 39

19 35 42 51

.~58

6 18 50 53 46

0 16 22 23 24

92 93 95 96 96

2

..

5

60 76 79 80 81

30 40 44 48 50

(3)



7



12



70



80



90



100



110



53

o 5

62 59

37 52

64 65

57 50

24 23

97 97

13 19

82 84

40 45



52

..

6 i 8 30

72 71 78

58 51 56

7s

.85 79

21 27 50

23 29 30

98 98 99

22 23 26

85 86 87

58 60 57



21



26



51



20



30



25



120



130p



22

70

58

76

(55)

30

99

28

89

60



27

72

38

70



..



30



..



(2;)

99

30

90

63

30



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