Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 138–140 | Cite as

Optical characteristics of closed goggles

  • V. I. Gavrishchuk
  • A. N. Koroteeva
  • N. A. Savenkova
  • N. A. Voloshina


Optical Characteristic 
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    All-Union State Standard 8.204-76: The State System of Measurments: Direct Measurements with Repeated Observations: Methods of Processing Observational Results: Basic Concepts [in Russian], Moscow (1976).Google Scholar
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    All-Union State Standard 10377-78: Colorless Glasses for Gas Masks and Goggles: Technical Conditions [in Russian], implemented July 1, 1979, applicable up to January 1, 1989, Moscow (1978).Google Scholar
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    All-Union State Standard 12.4.082-80: Method of Determining Human Acuteness of Vision in Individual Protection Facilities [in Russian], implemented July 1, 1983, applicable up to 1988, Moscow (1980).Google Scholar
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    Yu. B. Aizenberg (editor), Handbook on Illumination Engineering [in Russian], Moscow (1983).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Gavrishchuk
  • A. N. Koroteeva
  • N. A. Savenkova
  • N. A. Voloshina

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