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Infra-red spectra of diatomic gases; a quantum theory . The author's earlier theoretical explanation of the occurrence of approximate harmonics in the infra-red spectra of HCl, HBr and CO, based on the non-linearity of the law of force governing the relative displacement of the component atoms,...
Structure of atomic nuclei; helium-hydrogen hypothesis . The present paper is a summary and extension of previous articles by the author on this subject. Besides the direct evidence afforded by radioactive transformation and by the disruption of atomic nuclei by alpha rays, the data upon which...
Reflecting power of K and Na, for wavelengths from 0.25 to 0.55 μ . (1) Normal incidence (10°). Opaque mirrors in contact with fused quartz were tested with monochromatic light from a mercury arc. A sodium photoelectric cell was used to compare the intensities of incident and reflected beams....
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