Abstract

The density, exposure-time curves for x-rays of wavelength 4-6A, exhibit an initial region of linearity whose extent increases with the wavelength. At about 6A, the shape of the density, exposure-time curve suggests a tendency towards the familiar shape of the curve for the ultraviolet and visible regions.

© 1935 Optical Society of America

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