Photography by Infrared: Its Principles and Applications

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Achromatizing lenses, 412-417
Aerial photography, 303-314
continuous strip, 306
films, 306
forest survey, 310-314
geological survey, 314
haze effect and camera inclination, 393
haze penetration, 392-398
infrared characteristics, 309
lens focus in infrared, 307
oblique, 305
strip, 305
trimetrogon, 305
vertical, 305, 306
Agitation, in processing, 41
Air, optical transmission, 431
See also atmosphere
Air bells, 42
Alloys, infrared reflectance, 437
Angstrom, 4
Aniline Blue, in Herschel effect, 106
Arcs, carbon, 160-165, 173, 174
color temperature, 160
effect of core, 160
flame, 161
high-intensity, 160
spectral emission, 161-165
magnetite, 165
mercury, 167-170
Cooper-Hewitt, 167, 169
development, 167, 168
English, 174
fluorescent, 170, 173
high-pressure, 168, 169, 173
radiation characteristics, 168- 170
spectral emission, 168-170
study, by infrared photography, 328
Arcs, tungsten, 165
Astronomy, infrared photography, 330-340
photography by evaporography, 115
Atmosphere, composition, 370-379
condensation nuclei in, 374-377
infrared-absorption bands, 141, 142
optical scattering by, 379-384
penetration by radiation, 370-409
factors influencing, 378
spectral absorption, 144, 146
See also radiation, haze, fog
Audience, photography in darkness, 320-325
reaction studies by infrared, 324, 325
Auer burner, 159
Aurora Borealis, infrared photography, 341
spectrum, 341
Azalin plates, 74
Bellows, camera, infrared transmission, 13
Black body, 136-138
Blackout paints, 366
Blisters, 42
Blood, infrared characteristics, 210
infrared photography, 246
Bloodstains, infrared photography, 210
Body, thermal characteristics, 225
Botany, infrared photography in, 253-274
photomicrography by infrared, 265, 286
plant pathology, 263-265

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