Photography by Infrared: Its Principles and Applications

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Name Index
Abbot, C. G., 140, 144, 174, 402
Abney, W. de W., 105, 106, 326, 333, 347
Adams, E. Q., 222, 247, 248
Adams, H. A., 130
Adams, W. S., 347
Adel, A., 348
Agfa, see I. G. Farbenindustrie, A.-G.
Aitken, J., 374, 402
Albers, V. M., 257, 270
Albert, E., 187
Aldrich, L. B., 174, 225, 247
Alexander, J., 402
Allen, C. W., 348
Allix, A., 402
Ampère, A. M., 6
Anderson, S. H., 386, 389, 402
Andrews, H. I., 247
Angerer, E. von, 26, 70
Angus, T. C., 224, 247
Antonov-Romanovskij, V. V., 128, 129
Antonow-Romanowsky, W. W., 119, 122, 127
Arco Company, 362
Ardenne, M. von, 130
Arens, H., 107, 125
Aristotle, 1
Armitage, F. D., 293
Arnold, R. R., 367
Arthur, J. M., 270
Askania-Werke, A.-G., 440
Atkins, W. R. G., 270
Atta, G. R. van, 265, 270
Auerbach, E., 194, 214
Baade, W., 339
Babcock, H. D., 10, 78, 319, 334, 335, 348
Babel, A., 264, 265, 270
Bachem, A., 224, 225, 247
Backström, H., 26, 247, 266, 271, 293
Badger, R. M., 334
Baird Television, Ltd., 353, 400, 408
Balderry, F. C., 219, 247
Baldwin, W. C. G., 258, 259, 261
Ball, J. A., 99, 315, 348
Baly, E. C. C., 10, 99, 125, 127, 348
Bancroft, W. D., 374, 402
Barker, N. W., 231, 247
Barnes, B. T., 174
Barnes, G. W., 435, 441
Barnes, R. B., 151, 159, 174, 348, 440
Barnett, C. E., 388, 404
Barrett, A., 323
Bartelt, O., 109, 125
Barth, W., 99
Barus, C., 402
Bates, J. E., 102
Batts, W. M. P., 26
Bauer, W., 341, 348
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 440
Bawden, F. C., 264, 271
Bazett, H. C., 247
Beardsley, N. F., 205, 214
Beck, H., 26
Beckett, H. E., 435, 440
Becquerel, E., 74, 105, 117, 119, 125, 127
Becquerel, H., 119, 128
Beese, N. C., 176
Beggs, E. W., 176
Bendikson, L., 201, 203, 206, 214
Benford, F., 386, 389, 402
Bennes, C. D., 99
Bennett, M. G., 402
Berger, E., 277, 293
Bergmann, A., 118, 119, 128
Bertling, H., 429, 440

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