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American physicist, born October 4, 1873, Rogersville, Steuben County, N. Y.; died May 17, 1921, Washington, D. C.

Bibliography

  • Determination of v, the ratio of the Electromagnetic to the Electrostatic Unit. Philosophical Magazine, 1889, 28: 315-332.
  • Specific Inductive Capacity of Electrolytes.
    Philosophical Magazine, 1891, 31: 188-207.
  • Further Experiments on the Specific Inductive Capacity of Electrolytes.
    Philosophical Magazine, 1892, 34: 344-351.
  • Self Induction and Capacity. Electrical World, 1895, 25: 657-660.
  • The Evolution of an Electric Motor.
    The Chautauquan, January 1896, 22; U. S. V. 13 (4): 441-450.
  • An Electrical Curve Tracer. Physical Review, 1898, 6: 17-42.
  • A Resonance Method of Measuring Energy Dissipated in Condensers.
    With A. W. Smith. Philosophical Magazine, 1899, 47: 19-40.
  • A Calorimetric Determination of Energy Dissipated in Condensers.
    With A. W. Smith. Philosophical Magazine, 1899, 47: 222-236.
  • Derivation of the Equations of a Plane Electromagnetic Wave.
    Physical Review, 1899, 8: 282-296.
  • A New Respiration Calorimeter and Experiments on the Conservation of Energy in the Human Body.
    With W. O. Atwater. Physical Review, 1899, 9: 129-163, 214-251.
  • A New Respiration Calorimeter. With W. O. Atwater.
    Bulletin 63,U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1899: 1-94.
  • On the Metabolism of Matter in the Living Body.
    Physical Review, 1900, 10: 129-150.
  • The Human Body as an Engine.
    Popular Science Monthly, September 1900: 491-500.
  • Energy and Work of the Human Body.
    Popular Science Monthly, December 1900: 208-213.
  • The New Buildings for the National Bureau of Standards.
    Science, 1903, 17: 129-140.
  • The Organization and Work of the Bureau of Standards.
    Science, 1904, 19: 937-949.
  • The National Bureau of Standards and Its Relation to Scientific and Technical Laboratories. Science, 1905, 21: 161-174.
  • The National Bureau of Standards. With S. W. Stratton.
    Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1905, 24: 999-1050.
  • The Variation of Manganin Resistances, with Atmospheric Humidity.
    With H. D. Babcock. The Electrician, June 14, 1907, 59: 339.
  • The Variation of Manganin Resistances with Atmospheric Humidity.
    The Electrician, London, November 15. 1907.
  • An International Cooperative Investigation on Electrical Standards.
    Science, 1910, 31: 608-611.
  • Incandescent Electric Lamps as Photometric Standards.
    With G. W. Middlekauff. Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers; July 1910.
  • Report of Progress on Flame Standards. With E. C. Crittenden.
    Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 1910, 5: 753-787.
  • Photometric Units and Nomenclature.
    Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 1910, 5: 473-500.
  • Insulation as a Means of Minimizing Electrolysis in Underground Pipes.
    With Burton McCollum. American Gas Institute, 1911, 57.
  • Photometric Units and Standards.
    Lecture in Johns Hopkins Course of Collected Lectures. 1911, 1: 387-410.
  • The Work of the Electrical Division of the Bureau of Standards.
    Science, 1912, 34: 8-19.
  • The Use of Gas for Heat and Power; the Testing of Gas.
    Centennial Lecture at Philadelphia, April 19, 1912. Memorial Volume: 157-195.
  • The Legal Specifications of Illuminating Gas. With R. S. McBride.
    Proceedings of the American Gas Institute, October 1912: 32 pages.
  • The Effect of Electric Currents on Concrete. With Burton McCollum.
    Paper given before the National Cement Association, Pittsburgh, December 1912.
  • The International Candle. Congresso internazional delle applicazioni electtriche Torino, 1911. Torino, 1912: 6 pages.
  • Work of the International Technical Committee on Electrical Units.
    With F. A. Wolff.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, June 4, 1912, 2 (2): 259-267.
  • The Silver Voltameter I. With G. W. Vinal. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, November 19, 1912, 2 (19): 451-456.
  • The Silver Voltameter II. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. McDaniel.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, December 19, 1912, 2 (21): 509-513.
  • The Silver Voltameter III. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. McDaniel.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, January 19, 1913, 3 (2): 40-45.
  • The Silver Voltameter IV. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. McDaniel.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, February 4, 1914, 4 (3): 52-58.
  • Legal Specifications for Illuminating Gas. With R. S. McBride.
    Bureau of Standards, Technical Paper, January 10, 1913, 14, 31 pages.
  • Electrolysis in Concrete. With B. McCollum and 0. S. Peters.
    Bureau of Standards, Technical Paper, March 19, 1913, No. 18: 137 pages.
  • Flame Standards in Photometry. With E. C. Crittenden.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, Scientific Paper 222, April 1, 1914, volume 10: 557-595.
  • Bureau of Standards and the Central Station Industry.
    N. E. L. A. Bull. 1914, New series, volume 1: 8 pages.
  • Recent Researches in Electricity at the Bureau of Standards.
    Journal of The Franklin Institute, November 1915: 539-559.
  • The Function of Research in the Regulations of Natural Monopolies.
    Science, April 18, 1913, new series 37 (955): 579-593.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, April 19, 1913 3 (8): 201-222.
  • Electrolysis and Its Mitigation. An account of the Work of the Bureau of Standards on the Subject of the Destructive Effects of Electric Current on Reinforced Concrete and Underground Pipes and Cable Sheaths and their Mitigation.
    Journal of the New England Water Works Association, 1915, 29 (1): 49-72.
  • Effect of Atmospheric Pressure on the Candlepower of Various Flames.
    With E. C. Crittenden and A. H. Taylor.
    Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 1915, 10: 24 pages.
  • The Integrating Sphere, Its Construction and Use. With A. H. Taylor.
    Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 1916, 11: 21 pages.
  • National Gas Safety Code. Gas Institute News, 1916: 504-507.
  • The Silver Voltameter as an International Standard for the Measurement of Electric Current.
    With G. W. Vinal.

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Washington D.C., January 1917, 3: 59-64.
  • Economic Importance of the Scientific Work of the Government.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, June 19, 1920, 10 (12): 341-377.
    Scientific Monthly, July 1920, 2 (1): 5-24,.
    Scientific Monthly, September 1920, 2 (2): 141-150.
    Scientific Monthly, August 1920, 2 (3): 246-253.
  • Civil Service Reform.
    Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, November 19, 1920, 10 (19): 533-558.
  • Scientific and Engineering Work of the Government.
    Mechanical Engineering, February 1921, 43 (2): 111-118.
  • Expenditures and Revenues of the Federal Government.
    The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 1921, 95 (1518): 1-132.
  • Atmospheric Corrections for the Harcourt Standard Pentane Lamp.
    With E. C. Crittenden and A. H. Taylor.
    Journal of the Optical Society of America, September 1921, 5 (5): 444-452. Bureau of Standards Publications
  • The Absolute Measurement of Inductance. With F. W. Grover.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, October 15, 1904, 1: 125-152.
  • The Absolute Measurement of Capacity. With F. W. Grover.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, November 1, 1904, 1: 153-187.
  • Measurement of Inductance by Anderson's Method, Using Alternating Currents and a Vibration Galvanometer. With F. W. Grover.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, August 15, 1905 1: 291-336.
  • The Use of Serpentine in Standards of Inductance. With F. W. Grover.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, August 15, 1905, 1: 337-348.
  • Wattmeter Methods of Measuring Power Expended Upon Condensers and Circuits of Low Power Factor.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, September 1, 1905, 1: 383-397.
  • Influence of Wave Form on the Rate of Integrating Induction Wattmeters.
    With M. G. Lloyd and C. E. Reid.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, August 15, 1905, 1: 421-434.
  • The Gray Absolute Electrodynamometer.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, January 30, 1906, 2: 71-86.
  • Calculation of the Self-Inductance of Single-Layer Coils.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, March 15, 1906, 2: 161-187.
  • Revision of the Formulae of Weinstein and Stefan for the Mutual Inductance of Coaxial Coils.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, September 1, 1906, 2: 331-357.
  • The Mutual Inductance of Two Circular Coaxial Coils of Rectangular Section.
    With L. Cohen.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, September 1, 1906, 2: 359-414.
  • On the Geometrical Mean Distances of Rectangular Areas and the Calculation of Self-Inductance.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, November 1, 1906, 3: 1-41.
  • The Compensated Two-Circuit Electrodynamometer.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, November 1, 1906, 3: 43-58.
  • The Mutual Inductance of a Circle and a Coaxial Single-Layer Coil. The Lorenz Apparatus and the Ayrton-Jones Absolute Electrodynamometer.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, March 1, 1907, 3: 209-236.
  • The Mutual Inductance of Coaxial Solenoids. With L. Cohen.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, March 30, 1907, 3: 305-324.
  • A New Determination of the Ratio of the Electromagnetic to the Electrostatic Unit of Electricity.
    With N. E. Dorsey. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, May 20, 1907, 3: 433-604.
  • A Comparison of the Various Methods of Determining the Ratio of the Electromagnetic to the Electrostatic Unit of Electricity. With N. E. Dorsey.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, June 25, 1907, 3: 605-622.
  • The Variation of Resistances with Atmospheric Humidity. With H. D. Babcock.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, October 4, 1907, 4: 121-140.
  • The Self-Inductance of a Toroidal Coil of Rectangular Section.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, August 10, 1907, 4: 141-148.
  • On the Self-Inductance of Circles. With L. Cohen.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, August 10, 1907, 4: 149-159.
  • The Self and Mutual Inductance of Linear Conductors.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, September 15, 1907, 5: 301-344.
  • The Self-Inductance of a Coil of Any Length wound with Any Number of Layers of Wire. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, October 12, 1907, 4: 369-381.
  • Formula; and Tables for the Calculation of Mutual and Self-Inductance.
    With L. Cohen. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, October 1, 1907, 5: 1-132.
  • A New Form of Standard Resistance.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, October 1, 1908, 5: 413-434.
  • A New Method for the Absolute Measurement of Resistance.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, February 27, 1909, 5: 499-509.
  • The Determination of the Ratio of Transformation and of the Phase Relations in Transformers. With M. G. Lloyd.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, February 25, 1909, 6: 1-30.
  • Photometric Units and Nomenclature.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, May 10, 1910, 6: 543-572.
  • Formulas and Tables for the Calculation of Mutual and Self-Inductance.
    With F. W. Grover.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, January 1, 1911, 8: 1-237.
  • A Determination of the International Ampere in Absolute Measure.
    With N. E. Dorsey and J. M. Miller.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, September 9, 1911, 8: 269-393.
  • Special Studies in Electrolysis Mitigation I. With Burton McCollum.
    Bureau of Standards, Technical Paper, 1914, No. 27: 55 pages.
  • Special Studies in Electrolysis Mitigation II. With Burton McCollum and K. H. Logan.
    Bureau of Standards, Technical Paper, 1914, No. 32: 34 pages.
  • The Silver Voltameter—Part I. With G. W. Vinal. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1912, volume 9, Scientific Paper No. 194: 151-207.
  • The Silver Voltameter—Part II. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. Mc-Daniel.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1912, volume 9, Scientific Paper No. 195: 209-282.
  • The Silver Voltameter—Part III. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. Mc-Daniel.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1913, volume 9, Scientific Paper No. 201: 493-551.
  • The Silver Voltameter—Part IV. With G. W. Vinal and A. S. Mc-Daniel.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1914, volume 10, Scientific Paper No. 220: 475-536.
  • Flame Standards in Photometry. With E. C. Crittenden.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1914, volume 10, Scientific Paper No. 222: 557-596.
  • Volume Effect in the Silver Voltameter. With G. W. Vinal.
    Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1916, volume 13, Scientific Paper No. 283: 447-458; 1916.
  • Summary of Experiments on the Silver Voltameter at the Bureau' of Standards and Proposed Specifications. With G. W. Vinal. B. S. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1916, volume 13, Scientific Paper No. 285: 479-515.
  • Theory, Construction, and Use of the Photometric Integrating Sphere.
    With A. H. Taylor. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, 1922, volume 18, Scientific Paper No. 447: 281-326.

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