REFERENCES

REFERENCES SECTION N

N1: CONTINUOUS SPECTRA

N1-01: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - POINT SOURCE
Jukka O. Mattila, Spectral Experiments with White Light, TPT 32, 338-339 (1994).

N1-02: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - INCANDESCENT
None.

N1-03: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - WATER PRISM
None.

N1-04: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - PORTABLE MODEL
None.

N1-05: SPECTRA - VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE
R. Rollefson, Lecture-Demonstration of an Ultraviolet Spectum, AJP 7, 259 (1939).
Richard Bartels and Fred Loxsom, Can You Get a Sunburn Through Glass?, TPT 33, 466-470 (1995).
Erin E. Pursell and Richard Kozlowski, Infrared radiation: Herschel revisited, TPT 38, 559-560 (2000).
Lecture Demonstration Data Sheet on Arc and Mercury-Superpressure Lamps.

N1-06: POLYPRISM SPECTRA
Refraction of Light with a Polyprism, Klinger Bulletin 101-1.

N1-07: VARIATION OF SPECTRUM WITH LAMP INTENSITY
None.

N1-08: GOETHE'S PUZZLE
None.

N1-09: COMPLEMENTARY SPECTRUM
None.

N1-11:DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - CARBON ARC
None.

N1-12: DIFFRACTION SPECTRA - GRATING ON OVERHEAD PROJECTOR
Phillip Sadler, Projecting Spectra for Classroom Investigations, TPT 29, 423-427 (1991).
George A. Burman, Overhead Spectroscopy, TPT 29, 470 (1991).

N1-13: DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - PORTABLE
None.

N1-14: REFLECTION GRATING - LARGE
None.

N1-21: COLOR SEPARATION AND RECOMBINATION BY PRISMS
None.

N1-22: OPTICAL BOARD - PRISMS - SEPARATE AND RECOMBINE
None.

N1-23: FINE RESOLUTION OF SPECTRUM USING TWO PRISMS
None.

N1-31: SUN DOG - MODEL
Rodney J. Kubesh, Sun Dog Simulator, in Astronomical Computing, Edited by Stuart J. Goldman, Sky and Telescope, January 1997.
Richard Tresch Fienberg, Dogged Pursuit, in Hobby Q&A, Sky & Telescope, 140 (January 2005).

N1-32: ICE CRYSTALS - PAPER MODELS
M. Barlow Pepin, Atmosphere Symphonies, Sky & Telescope, 100-104, (May 1995).
Ron Edge, Sundogs, ice crystals, and Bernoulli, TPT 40, 522 (2002).
Alan J. DeWeerd, Sun Pillars and Ice Crystals, TPT 41, 318 (2003).

N1-41: RAINBOW - RAY MODEL
Lecture Demonstrations Drawing for the Raindrop Ray Model Design.
Falk, Brill, and Stork, Seeing the Light, Chapt 2: Principles of Geometrical Optics, 64-65.

N1-42: RAINBOW - MECHANICAL MODEL
None.

N1-43: RAINBOW - GLASS BEAD MODEL
Frank S. Crawford, Rainbow Dust, AJP 56, 1006-1009, (1988).
Paul G. Hewitt, On Teaching Why a Rainbow Is Bowshaped, TPT 27, 509-510 (1989).
Harold A. Daw, A 360 Degree Rainbow Demonstration, AJP 58, 593-595, (1990).
Rodney J. Kubesh, Computer display of chromaticity coordinates with the rainbow as an example, AJP 60, 919-923 (1992).
Craig F. Bohren and Alistair B. Fraser, Newton's zero-order rainbow: Unobservable or nonexistent?, AJP 59, 325-326 (1991).
Alan E. Shapiro, Comment on "Newton's zero-order rainbow: Unobservable or nonexistent?, by Alan E. Shapiro[AJP 59, 325-326 (1991)], AJP 60, 749-750 (1992).
James A. Lock and Timothy A. McCollum, Further thoughts on Newton's zero-order rainbow, AJP 62, 1082-1089 (1994).
Albert A. Bartlett, One in a Million: The Orthogonality of Anti-Crepuscular Rays and Rainbows, TPT 34, 216-217 (1996).
Mikolaj Sawicki, Supernumerary rainbows, TPT 38, 19 (2000).

N1-44: RAINBOW - OPTICAL BOARD
John Harsch and Jearl D. Walker, Double rainbow and dark band in searchlight beam, AJP 43, 453-455 (1975).

N1-45: RAINBOW - WATER FLASK
R. W. Robinett, Homemade Rainbows: A Backyard Experiment, TPT 21, 388-390, (1983).
Sears, Principles of Optics, 54-55, (The Rainbow).
Heel and Velzel, The Rainbow, What is Light, 48-51.
Fred B. Royalty, Making Rainbows in the Classroom, TPT 22, 523, (1984).
Ira M. Freeman, The Rainbow, TPT, 340.
J. E. McDonald, Caustic of the Primary Rainbow, AJP 31, 282-284, (1963).
The Rainbow, TPT 3, 186-187, (1965).
Herbert H. Gottlieb, Experiments Using a He-Ne Laser, Metrologic Instruments, 52-53, (1973).
H. Moyse's Nussenzveig, The Theory of the Rainbow, Scientifiic America.
Transparency from Sears, Principles of Optics, 54.
Transparency of Water Drop Ray Diagram.

N1-51: SPECTROMETER - HAND-HELD
None.

N1-61:REFRACTION OF LIGHT IN DIAMOND
Wertschatzung und Eigenschaften von Schmucksteinen, page 9. (tee-hee, har-har)
Helen Freedman, Demonstrations of the optical properties of diamonds, TPT 19, 250-252 (1981).

N2: LINE SPECTRA

N2-01:DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF MERCURY
Information and Instructions: Diffraction Grating Replica, Edmund Scientific, Barrington, NJ.
Stephen Jacobs, Night Spectra Quest, TPT 33, 380 (1995).

N2-02: DIFFRACTION SPECTRA - THREE SOURCES - EXPENDABLE GRATINGS
L. H. Greenberg and T. Balez, Spectral Analysis Using a Camera, AJP 40, 319-320 (1972).

N2-03: DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF SODIUM - EXPENDABLE GRATINGS
Bruce C. Palmquist, Interactive spectra demonstration, TPT 40, 140-142 (2002).
Lecture Demonstrations Information Sheet.

N2-04: DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF SODIUM - PROJECTION
None.

N2-05: DIFFRACTION SPECTRA - MISCELLANEOUS TUBES
Nicholas R. Guilbert, Shedding Some Light on Fluorescent Bulbs, TPT 34, 20-22 (1996).
Michael C. Lo Presto, A Closer Look at the Spectrum of Helium, TPT 36, 172-173 (1998).

N2-06: DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF MERCURY - SUPERPRESSURE LAMP
Lecture Demonstrations Data Sheet on Arc Lamp and Mercury - Superpressure Lamp.

N2-07: DIFFRACTION SPECTRUM OF HYDROGEN - HOLOGRAPHIC GRATINGS
None.

N2-08: SPECTROSCOPE - HYDROGEN SPECTRUM
None.

N2-09: SPECTROPHOTOMETER
None.

N2-21: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF MERCURY - SUPERPRESSURE LAMP
None.

N2-22: PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF SODIUM
None.

N2-31: ABSORPTION OF SPECTRUM OF CHLOROPHYLL
None.

N2-32: ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF GLASS
Kenneth Brecher, Do Atoms Really "Emit" Absorption Lines?, TPT 29, 454-456 (1991).
William W. Luo and Hendrik J. Gerritsen, Seeing the Fraunhofer lines with only a diffraction grating and a slit, AJP 61, 632-636 (1993).

N3: COLOR

N3-01: ADDITIVE COLOR MIXING OF LIGHTS
Catalog Description, 87390 Color Miixer, CENCO, Central Scientific Co., Chicago, IL.
Directions for F7183 Color Mixer, Central Scientific Co.
Isaac Newton, A new theory about light and colors, AJP 61, 108-112 (1993). (Note: This might be a reprint.)
Dudley H. Towne, Teaching Newton's color theory firsthand, AJP 61, 113-118 (1993).
Cruse Melvin and Timothy Melvin, Mixing Colors in the Hall, TPT 33, 292-293 (1995).
Leonard Parsons, As easy as R, G, B, TPT 36, 347-348 (1998).
Lawrence D. Woolf, Confuing color concepts clarified, TPT 37, 204-206 (1999).

N3-02: ADDITIVE COLOR MIXING - PROJECTORS
William A. Butler, Douglas Davis, and Charles E. Miller, Jr., Color Mixing for a Large Audience, TPT 17, 43, (1979).
R. D. Edge, String and Sticky Tape Experiments: Demonstrating Additive Primary Colors, TPT 22, 320-322, (1984).
Robert M. Williamson, Filters for Color Mixing, TPT 36, 22 (1998).
John Cockman, A bright color mixer, TPT 40, 553 (2002).

N3-03: COLOR MIXING WITH DICHROIC SPOTLIGHTS
None.

N3-04: POSITIVE COLOR MIXING IN COLOR TV
lecture Demonstration Record Form.

N3-05: COLOR MIXING VIA CHROMATICITY DIAGRAM
Lecture Demonstration Information Sheets and Diagrams.
Light and Color, General Electric Lighting Business Group (February, 1978).

N3-06: COLOR WHEEL
Instructions and Information Sheet: Newton's Color Disk, 65601, Science Kit & Boreal Laboratories, Tonawanda, NY.

N3-07: COLOR WHEEL - FLUORESCENT
None.

N3-08: STROBOSCOPIC COLOR WHEEL
None.

N3-09: COLOR THEORY SLIDE
Instructions, The Use of the Westcott Color Theory Slide in the Class Discussion, Ralph M. Westcott Co., Los Angeles, CA.
Directions for Using Westcott Color Slide in Testing for Color Blindness.

N3-10: WHITE LIGHTNING STICK
Arbor Scientific

N3-11: RGB SNAP LIGHTS AND SPINNER
Arbor Scientific

N3-21: ADDITIVE FILTERS AND THEIR SPECTRA
James C. Kernohan, Red, White, Blue, and Black, TPT 29, 113 (1991).
Harry Rheam, Absorption by Blue and Red Filters, TPT 29, 382 (1991).

N3-22: SUBTRACTIVE FILTERS AND THEIR SPECTRA
None.

N3-23: COLOR PRECEPTION WITH DYES AND FILTERS
None.

N3-24: FILTERGRAPH
Instructions for Cat. No. 3669 Balinkin-Dwight Filtergraph, Welch Scientific Co., Skokie, IL.

N3-25: SERIES RED FILTERS
None.

N3-26: COLOR FILTER SETS
Sargent-Welch Scientific Company, Instructions for use of 3662 Color Filter Set.
Sargent-Welch Scientific Company, Instructions for use of Nos. 3661S and 3661T Glass Color Filters
Description of 26-300 Chance glass color filter set with 13 transmission spectra.
Spectral Curves, Edmund Scientific No. 9081, range of 44 filters sold by Edmund Scientific.

N3-27: NEGATIVE FILTERS IN SERIES
None.

N3-28: HOLLOW PRISM
Arbor Scientific

N3-31: COLOR SEPARATION TRANSPARENCIES
None.

N3-32: COLOR SEPARATION TRANSPARENCIES - LARGE
None.

N3-33: MAXWELL' S EXPERIMENT -THREE-COLOR MIXING
None.

N3-41: SPLITTING OF SPECTRUM INTO COMPLEMENTARY COLORS
Lecture Demonstrations Record Form.

N3-42: COLOR MIXING IN PRINTER - CHART
None.

N3-43: COLORS REFLECTED FROM COLORED OBJECTS
None.

N3-44: THE COLOR OF COPPER
None.

N3-45: REFLECTION AND TRANSMISSION FROM GOLD FOIL
None.

N3-51: SPECTRUM WITH MINICAM AND VIDEO PROJECTOR
None.