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Eigenvectors of configuration (2 p ) 5 (3 p ) of NeI are determined and expressed in terms of the j 1 ‐ l 2 basic states. A considerable mixing among the j 1 ‐ l 2 states is seen and a slight change in the assignment of Racah designations to the energy levels is suggested. Based on these...
An explosive‐driven magnetic‐field compression device can be used as a source of a large pulse of electrical energy. We describe a number of such systems, showing how their measured output currents compare with theoretical calculations. Both large‐inductance coil geometries and...
This paper describes some investigations aimed at understanding the transport processes of excess carriers in bismuth germanium oxide (Bi 12 GeO 20 ). Spectral photoconductive response, photoconductive decay, and optical absorption were measured. Photoconductivity exists over a relatively narrow...
To avoid the barrier limitation at the injecting electrode and the effect of imperfections in the insulator, a low‐energy (<30 eV) electron beam is used for the study of the bulk properties of insulator films. The voltage drop across the insulator is determined by comparing the...
This paper reports the study of the nature of diffusion of minority carriers in the base region of an alloy junction transistor in the presence of a magnetic field. It has been experimentally observed that the diffusion constant of minority‐carrier holes in a p‐n‐p type transistor is...
Mössbauer measurements using Fe 57 were made on the Fe☒Be system in the composition range between 66 and 85 at. % Be. The internal field and the isomer shift in FeBe 2 (66.7% Be, MgZn 2 structure) are 192±5 kOe and 0.13±0.05 mm∕sec, respectively. A metallic iron standard at room...
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