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Prof. Zenger's differential photometer that we shall finally cite is an improvement upon Bunsen's.
The photometer, preferably one of the Lummer-Brodhun form, is set up on a gallery or bench.
There is no other way of measuring the exposure than by the photometer or personal experience, and the latter is by far the best.
A number of measurements of the illuminating power of an electric lamp were rapidly made during the lecture with this photometer.
An application of the law of intensity is made in using a simple (Bunsen) photometer.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
This is a quantity almost imperceptible in the most delicate photometer.
A valve is then fitted to one of the front openings, so that the light in that half of the photometer may be gradually diminished.
A COLOR NOTATIONALBERT H. MUNSELL
The photometer or instrument for accurate comparison of lights, their amount and intensity, tells a different story.
ASTRONOMYDAVID TODD
Using a polarising photometer, he found that only 13 per cent.
The instrument employed was the "wedge photometer," which measures brightness by resistance to extinction.

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