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Traceability of Laser Interferometric Length Measurements; NBS Technical Note 1248; 1988


Layer, H.; Estler, W.

NBS Technical Note 1248; 5p. June 1988.

Keywords:
Calibration; length; measurements; meter; standards; traceability.

Abstract:
The National Bureau of Standards maintains the standard of length in accordance with the definition of the meter, adopted by the General Conference of Weights and Measures (1983). This standard is used within NBS to form a consistent system of units which are used in NBS calibration services.


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