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An expression for the attenuation of a generalized Rayleigh wave has been obtained in terms of a viscosity tensor. The values of the viscosity components for Quartz obtained from measurements on bulk waves have been used to calculate the attenuation of several surface waves on that material. An...
In the Drude approximation, and for long wavelengths, the real part n of the complex index ñ=n−ik of island films of metals is shown to be independent of the electronic properties of the parent metal, and of the wavelength of radiation. The value of the index is found to depend on the Maxwell...
Studies of the EPR of dilute Mn 2+ in CsPbCl 3 have been carried out over the temperature range 77°–340°K. Crystalline phase changes as indicated by changes in the Pb site symmetry were evident at 320°K (46.5°C) and 185°K. The first of these has been reported previously while the latter is...
Second‐ and fourth‐order statistical properties of radiation scattered by particles in a turbulent fluid are theoretically investigated. They turn out to be of a non‐Gaussian type so that the measurements of the statistics of the scattered field can furnish information not obtainable by...
Ta☒Al 2 O 3 cermet thin films were produced by diode sputtering. Cathodes were fabricated by powder techniques, plasma spraying and as mechanical composites. Film compositions of 1–20 wt% Al 2 O 3 produced resistivities of 250 to 25 000 μΩ⋅cm and TCR's of +100 to −450 ppm∕°C,...
A linear analysis is given of the interaction of a homogeneous, monoenergetic cylindrical electron beam, of radius a , with a homogeneous, cold plasma for two cases: (A) the plasma is unbounded and (B) the plasma is bounded by a conductor at radius b (> a ). The quasistatic approximation is...
Computer‐aided variational calculations were made to examine the stability of various lattice defects in the flux line lattice which exist in the mixed state of Type II superconductors. The stable configurations agreed with the direct experimental observations of Essmann and Träuble, if the...
An electrohydrodynamic (EHD) technique is used to generate ions from liquid metals. Liquid metal is fed to the tip of a capillary needle emitter with a voltage difference applied between the emitter and an extractor electrode to produce an intense electric field at the liquid surface....
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