Abstract

On the basis of investigations of the dc iron arc described in a previous paper, spectrophotometric determinations of iron line intensities are used to calculate relative f values for 45 high-excitation lines. These values agree with values calculated from line intensities given in another paper by Crosswhite.

© 1959 Optical Society of America

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