Abstract

Photographs taken with panchromatic and with infrared plates yield visibility ratios which range from 1.1 for days with thick haze or light rain, to 1.7 for clear days (visibility 20 miles). These values indicate an upper limit of 0.3μ for the radius of drops in the thin haze.

© 1936 Optical Society of America

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