interferometry of reversed and non-reversed spectra. by Carl Barus

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  • Interference (Light),
  • Spectrum analysis.

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Title to Parts 2 and 3: Displacement interferometry by the aid of the achromatic fringes.

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SeriesCarnegie Institution of Washington. Publication -- no. 249
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Pagination4 v :
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