Electric Emissivity at High Temperatures


WE have recently conducted at the National Physical Laboratory some experiments on the emission of electricity from a number of substances at very high temperatures—between 2000° C. and 2500° C. The experiments were carried out in a carbon-tube resistance furnace at atmospheric pressure. Among the substances tried were the alkaline earths and a number of… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/093189b0


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