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The current‐voltage characteristics of high‐pressure (0.25–300 mm) rare‐gas diodes have been measured. Data have been taken on diodes containing xenon, argon, and helium as the ambient gas, and tungsten, tantalum, rhenium, thoriated tungsten, and an oxide cathode as filamentary cathodes....
Field configuration and resonant frequency are determined for the lowest azimuthally‐independent mode of a coaxial cavity surrounding a circular tube, Several values of the width of the coupling gap are considered, and the central problem consists in determining the tangential electric field E...
The pairwise coupling of modes in distributed systems such as the traveling‐wave parametric electron‐beam amplifier and many other types is shown to permit only two types of interaction. One type, called β coupling, results in the periodic interchange of the signal between the modes, as...
The variation of 1∕ f noise in thin, single crystal germanium filaments was investigated by using gaseous ambients to change the surface potential of the sample. The noise samples, having a thickness of only 4 μ, were extremely sensitive to variations in the surface potential and exhibited...
The previously reported three‐parameter stress function has been applied to natural rubbers similar to those used for engineering purposes. These rubbers were selected to cover a harness range from 30 to 80 British Standard Degrees. A suitable choice of values for the parameters A, B , and β...
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