Photography by Infrared: Its Principles and Applications

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15. BORN R., DZIOBIFK W., and WOLFF M., "Untersuchungen über die Lichtd ürchlässigkeit des Nebels," Z. tech. Physik, 1933, 14, 289-93.

16. BRECKENRIDGE F. C., "Transmission of Light through Fog," Trans. Illum. Eng. Soc., 1932, 27, 215-37.

17. BRECKENRIDGE F. C., and NOLAN J. E., "Relative Visibility of Luminous Flashes from Neon Lamps and from Incandescent Lamps with and without Red Filters," Bur. Standards J. Research, 1929, 3, 11-26.

18. BR E. ÜCKE, "Ueber die Farben, welche tr übe medien im auffallenden und durchfallenden Lichte zeigen," Pogg. Ann., 1853, 88, 363-85.

19. BRUNT D., Physical and Dynamical Meteorology, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1934.

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21. BURTON E. F., The Physical Properties of Colloidal Solutions, Longmans, Green, London, 1916.

22. CABANNES J., La Diffusion moléculaire de la lumière, Paris, 1929.

23. CABANNES J., and DUFAY J., "Transparence de l'atmosphäre dans le spectre visible," J. phys., 1926 (ser. 6), 7, 257-74.

24. CLARK W., "Atmospheric Haze," Photo Technique, 1941, 3, 50-5.

25. CLAUSIUS R., "Ueber die Lichtzerstreuung in der Atmosphäre, und über die Intensität des durch die Atmosphäre reflektierten Sonnenlichts," Pogg. Ann., 1847, 72, 294-314. "Ueber die Natur derjenigen Bestandtheile der Erdatmosphäre, durch welche die Lichtreflexion in derselben bewirkt wird," Pogg. Ann., 1849, 76, 161-88. "Ueber die blaue Farbe des Himmels und die Morgen- und Abendröthe," Pogg. Ann., 1849, 76, 188-95. "Ueber das Vorhandenseyn von Dampfbläschen in der Atmosphäre, und ihren Einfluss auf die Lichtreflexion und die Farben derselben," Pogg. Ann., 1853, 88, 543-57. Crelles J. Math., 1847, 34, 122; 1848, 36, 135(quoted from Wo. Ostwald).

26. CLEWELL D. H., "Scattering of Light by Pigment Particles," J. Optical Soc. Am., 1941, 31, 521-7.

27. DEBYE P., "Der Lichtdruck auf Kugeln von beliebigen Materialen," Ann. Physik, 1909, 30, 57-136.

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29. DRINKER P., and HATCH T., Industrial Dust, McGraw-Hill, New York and London, 1936.

30. DUCLAUX J., "La Transparence de l'atmosphäre et la visibilité des objets lointains," Compt. rend., 2e réunion inst. optique, 1931, 37-45.

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