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The secret of exposure

By: Fraprie, Frank R. (Frank Roy), 1874-1951
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Unit photography

By: Steadman, Frank Morris
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Infrared power cells for satellite power conversion

By: Summers, Christopher J
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Model Rlem Exposure Meter - Red Lake Labs Inc

Model Rlem Exposure Meter - Red Lake Labs Inc.: by published by

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Hfc Xenon Flashtube Color Scene Tester - Hollywood Film Company

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Exposure system for small animals at atmospheric and reduced pressures

By: Quattrone, P. D. ; Staley, R. W

...et Field, Calif. .. i - Running Head: Atmospheric and Reduced Pressure Exposure System c ABSTRACT . An expome system is described which provi... ... c ABSTRACT . An expome system is described which provides for chronic exposure of experimental animals (rats) to selected gaseous environments o... ...ied com- position and pressure (150-760 mn Hg absolute). cially designed exposure capsules, a gas flow system, an automatic pressure The system inc... ...reciably from tht for en.lmnlR in metabolic cages. c c J INDEX TERMS exposure chambers, ambient exposure system, reduced pressure exposure syste... ...nd instrumentation for small animals. a system which provides for chronic exposure of animals (rats) to selected This paper describes gaseous envir... ...uction, (2) operation, CONSTRUCTION Esrpomrre capsules. - The individual exposure capsules, constructed of clear acrylic plastic, allow continuous ... ...ransfer valve is a gate valve designed to seal the capsule during chronic exposures. for uninterrupted exposure. When opened, it allows the animal ... ... - 99.88 prre) and water pumped compressed air. !?e ens m-~onlv for this exposure system r--u -- -- - Because of the cost and logistics problem of... ...anks' have been installed to provide a controlled mixture of gases to the exposure capsules. For other a storage area has - .- * been provided, ...

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Collisional Shift and Broadening of Iodine Spectral Lines in Air Near 543 Nm

By: McDaniel, J. C
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Information Presentation

By: Thompson, S. G.
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Aging and environmental toxicology : biological and behavioral perspectives

By: Cooper, Ralph L., 1942-; Harbin, Thomas J., 1954-; Goldman, Jerome M
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Ninth Dod/NASA/Faa Conference on Fibrous Composites in Structural Design, Volume 3

By: Non
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The Influence of C and Si on the Flow Behavior of Nial Single Crystals

By: Weaver, M. L.
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Learning from Automation Surprises and ''Going Sour'' Accidents: Progress on Human-Centered Automation

By: Woods, David D.
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Aging and environmental toxicology : biological and behavioral perspectives

By: Cooper, Ralph L., 1942-; Harbin, Thomas J., 1954-; Goldman, Jerome M
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Weather Resistance of Porcelain Enamels : 15-Year Inspection of the 1956 Exposure Test

By: Baker, Margaret A.;

...Weather Resistance of Porcelain Enamels : 15-Year Inspection of the 1956 Exposure Test by Baker, Margaret A.; published by National Bureau of Standards (U.S.)...

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Toxicology the Basic Science of Pns 6Th Edition Casarett & Doul

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Understanding Shutter Speed

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The Transfer of Spatial Knowledge from Virtual to Natural Environments as a Factor of Map Representation and Exposure Duration

By: Jones, Quay B.;

...The Transfer of Spatial Knowledge from Virtual to Natural Environments as a Factor of Map Representation and Exposure Duration by Jones, Quay B.; published by Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School;Springfield, Va.: Available from National Technical Information Service...

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The Transfer of Spatial Knowledge from Virtual to Natural Environments as a Factor of Map Representation and Exposure Duration

By: Jones, Quay B.;

...The Transfer of Spatial Knowledge from Virtual to Natural Environments as a Factor of Map Representation and Exposure Duration by Jones, Quay B.; published by Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School;Springfield, Va.: Available from National Technical Information Service...

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Space transportation system cargo projects: Documentation baseline index and status report

By: NON
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The Secret of Exposure

By: Fraprie, Frank R. (Frank Roy), 1874-1951

...UC-NRLF GIFT OF THE SECRET OF EXPOSURE Practical Photography, No. I EDITED BY FRANK R. FRAPRIE, S. M., F.... ...ING Co. Stanbopc flbress F. H.GILSON COMPANY BOSTON, U.S.A. THE SECRET OF EXPOSURE. Introductory. The first roll of films teaches the beginner with t... ... first roll of films teaches the beginner with the camera that there is an exposure problem to be met and mastered. If he be sufficiently interested t... ...nts out to him that this one is not good because it did not receive enough exposure; that one, because it had too much; while the other is properly ti... ...ted and goes ahead with the work without stopping to learn how to regulate exposure, and it is later, when bad results come thick and fast, that the a... ...e vanquished and ask to be shown how to master the all-important secret of exposure. Vacation Snapshots. So long as the camera is used only for the or... ...of even the lowest-priced cameras have provided lenses well 3 J SECRET OF EXPOSURE. fitted to give good results in intense summer sunshine with the s... ...shine with the snap of about 1-25 second which the shutter will make. This exposure, 1-25 second with stop /:i6, is not enough, however, before 9 A.M.... ... suffi- ciently. The only remedy in such circumstances is to calculate the exposure by means of tables or a meter and use a smaller stop or opening in...

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Effect on the body of prolonged exposure to conditions of artificial atmosphere (vliyaniye na organizm dlitelnogo prebyvaniya v usloviyakh iskusstvennoy atmosfery)

By: Kuznetsov, A. G., et al

... TRANSLATION NASA TT F-276 -- __ c' / EFFECT ON THE BODY OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO CONDITIONS OF ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE by A. Go Kztxnetsou, et d... ...64 TECH LIBRARY KAFB, NM ‘I I 0068529 EFFECT ON THE BODY OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO CONDITIONS OF ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE By A. G. Kuznetsov, et al... ...Washington, D.C. 20230 -- Price $0.50 i EFFECT ON THE BODY OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO CONDITIONS OF ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE A. G. Kuznetsov, N. A. Ag... ...lem of creating a gas medium environment for humans, permitting prolonged exposure in a sealed chamber of limited dimensions, has great theoretical ... ...ent to 25 percent after two months. RMV decreased by an aver- Many days' exposure to conditions of lowered barometric pressure produced by the end ... ...res. Increased pulse rates at the end of experiments involving prolonged exposure to lowered barometric pressure have also been reported by other a... ...inance in the present case of adrenoenergic Blood pressure changes during exposure to lowered barometric pres- sure, consisting of lowered diastolic... ...1961). In our experiments no significant changes in EKG during prolonged exposure of the subjects to "altitude" were noted. in the maximum level of... ...logous data were also obtained in animal experiments. Prolonged (98 days) exposure of animals to conditions of lowered pressure (190 to 200 mm Hg) i...

...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; Effect of prolonged exposure to conditions of artificial atmosphere on human body...

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Continuous Phase and Amplitude Holographic Elements

By: Non

...m using e-beam lithography provides n-ary levels of phase and amplitude by first producing an amplitude hologram on a transparent substrate by e-beam exposure of a resist over a film of metal by exposing n is less than or equal to m x m spots of an array of spots for each pixel, where the spots are randomly selected in proportion to the amplitude assigned to each pixel, an...

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Low-Cost, Portable, Multi-Wall Virtual Reality

By: Misch, Noah J.
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Nasawide Electronic Publishing System: Electronic Printing and Duplicating, Stage-2 Evaluation Report (Gsfc)

By: Tuey, Richard C.
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Vibration Analysis and Nondestructive Testing Using Double-Exposure Holographic Techniques

By: Fahey, John Michael;

...Vibration Analysis and Nondestructive Testing Using Double-Exposure Holographic Techniques. by Fahey, John Michael; published by Monterey, California : Naval Postgraduate School...

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Oscillating-Flow Regenerator Test Rig: Hardware and Theory with Derived Correlations for Screens and Felts

By: Wood, J. G
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Analysis of the Hessian for Aerodynamic Optimization: Inviscid Flow

By: Ta'Asan, Shlom
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Crustal dynamics project data analysis, 1991: VLBI geodetic results, 1979 - 1990

By: Ma, C. ; Caprette, D. S; Ryan, J. W.
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Spectral Models of Neutron Star Magnetospheres

By: Romani, Roger W
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Heterogeneous Interactions of Clono2 and Hcl with Sulfuric Acid Tetrahydrate: Implications for the Stratosphere

By: Zhang, Renyi
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The War Traders; an Exposure

By: Perris, G. H. (George Herbert), 1866-1920;

The War Traders; an Exposure by Perris, G. H. (George Herbert), 1866-1920; published by [london] National Peace Council

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Developmental Pathology; a Study in Degenerative Evolution

By: Talbot, Eugene Solomon, 1847-1924
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Developmental Pathology; a Study in Degenerative Evolution

By: Talbot, Eugene Solomon, 1847-1924
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Developmental Outcome for Preschoolers Prenatally Exposed to Crack Cocaine : Behavioral and Adaptive Sequelae

By: Holler, Karen Anne
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The Eliminator: A design of a close air support aircraft

By: Hendrix, Mandy; Kokolios, Alex; Selyem, Sharon; Wardell, Mark; Winterrowd, Davi; Hoang, TY
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Investigation of air transportation technology at Ohio University, 1990-1991

By: Lilley, Robert W
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Development of the Earth's early crust: Implications from the Beartooth Mountains

By: Mueller, P. A. ; Henry, D. J. ; Mogk, D. W; Wooden, J. L.
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Develop Advanced Nonlinear Signal Analysis Topographical Mapping System

By: Jong, Jen-Y
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High Reynolds Number Hybrid Laminar Flow Control (Hlfc) Flight Experiment

By: Non
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Robotic lunar surface operations: Engineering analysis for the design, emplacement, checkout and performance of robotic lunar surface systems

By: Woodcock, Gordon R
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Unit Photography

By: Steadman, Frank Morris

...ject 136 A Practical Analysis of Subjects 136 Classification of Subjects and Exposure Practice 143 Another Practical Method of Taking the Unit Actinic... ... Another Optional Method 148 The Character of Sunlight with Clear Sky 150 An Exposure Recompense 156 The Speed of Plates and Films 158 LIST OF PLATES... ...g Way to Use //I Meter 38 7 Disappearing Scale of Tints 42 8 Effect of Under Exposure 95 9 Characteristic Curve illustrating Hurter and Driffield's Th... ...sure 95 9 Characteristic Curve illustrating Hurter and Driffield's Theory of Exposure 109 10 Reducing Apparatus 127 11 SunUght Zones 153 UNIT PHOTOGR... ...ger pupils. There is nothing in the books to enable him to predeter- mine an exposure as the result of a direct numer- ical relation between the actin... ...n used. It will be the author's duty to show that the time of photo- graphic exposure in any given case is a simple function of these three quantities... ...nches of the business and pride myself especially on the cor- rectness of my exposures which are so accurate that a plate is seldom lost. I use no dev... ...ly arrives at a point where he is able to estimate rather closely a required exposure, should be able to see the error of his position when he finds t... ...ons encountered make the measurement of the light the only rational guide to exposure. One who does not advance in the knowledge of his chosen work an...

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Treasure of the Past IX: Exposure Standardization of Iodine-125 Seeds Used for Brachytherapy

By: Loftus, T.P.
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National Academy of Sciences Report on Health Effects of Agent Orange : Hearing before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, August 4, 1993

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Veterans' Affairs

...Medicine's Com- mittee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides, accompanied by Graham Colditz, M.D., DR.P.H 7 Prepa... ... as most of the members, I am sure, know, confirms the association between exposure to Agent Orange and other herbi- cides used in Vietnam and five sp... ...the National Academy of Sciences on possible health effects resulting from exposure to Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Viet- nam. In additio... ...con- troversy as the questions surrounding the long-term health effects of exposure to Agent Orange. There have been numerous studies and much work by... ... we enacted Public Law 102-4. This particular assessment of the effects of exposure is very im- portant. Not only were the scientists and physicians w... ...nclusions is that there is sufficient evi- dence to suggest a link between exposure to herbicides and five other conditions. The Institute of Medicine... ...s there is limited or suggestive evidence of an association with herbicide exposure, and for a number of others the committee has concluded that a con... ...F MEDICINE'S COMMITTEE TO REVDZW THE HEALTH EFFECTS IN VD3TNAM VETERANS OF EXPOSURE TO HERBICIDES, ACCOMPANIED BY GRAHAM COLDITZ, M.D., DR.P.H. STATEM... ...ades of concern surrounding the possible long- term health consequences of exposures to herbicides and the con- taminant dioxin, Congress directed the...

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National Academy of Sciences report on health effects of Agent Orange : hearing before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, August 4, 1993

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Veterans' Affairs

...Medicine's Com- mittee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides, accompanied by Graham Colditz, M.D., DR.P.H 7 Prepa... ... as most of the members, I am sure, know, confirms the association between exposure to Agent Orange and other herbi- cides used in Vietnam and five sp... ...the National Academy of Sciences on possible health effects resulting from exposure to Agent Orange and other herbicides used in Viet- nam. In additio... ...con- troversy as the questions surrounding the long-term health effects of exposure to Agent Orange. There have been numerous studies and much work by... ... we enacted Public Law 102-4. This particular assessment of the effects of exposure is very im- portant. Not only were the scientists and physicians w... ...nclusions is that there is sufficient evi- dence to suggest a link between exposure to herbicides and five other conditions. The Institute of Medicine... ...s there is limited or suggestive evidence of an association with herbicide exposure, and for a number of others the committee has concluded that a con... ...F MEDICINE'S COMMITTEE TO REVDZW THE HEALTH EFFECTS IN VD3TNAM VETERANS OF EXPOSURE TO HERBICIDES, ACCOMPANIED BY GRAHAM COLDITZ, M.D., DR.P.H. STATEM... ...ades of concern surrounding the possible long- term health consequences of exposures to herbicides and the con- taminant dioxin, Congress directed the...

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