The Electrical Condition of Hot Surfaces during the Adsorption of Gases. Part III. A Platinum Surface at Temperatures up to 850 degrees C

G. I. Finch, J. C. Stimson
1929 Proceedings of the Royal Society A  
under investigation occupied a comparatively small section of the furnace, the whole length of which had been previously explored in the usual manner by a thermocouple for uniformity of temperature. The temperature of the zone actually occupied by the platinum sheet in these experiments would not vary from the maximum experimental temperature of 850° C. by more than ± 15° C.) on July 19, 2018 Downloaded from
doi:10.1098/rspa.1929.0121 fatcat:gjgjv2ysgbgnjfiywsuwyrrcz4