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Graphic Method for Interpreting X-Ray Patterns of Powders .—For each type of lattice the logarithms of the theoretical spacings of the different planes are plotted as functions of the axial ratio. Six such plots are reproduced, three for the hexagonal and three for the tetragonal system. By...
Crystal Structure of Thirteen Metals Determined by X-ray Analysis .—The author's method of powder analysis was used. In the case of anisometric substances, the crystal system and axial ratio were found by means of plots by the method described in the preceding paper . 2 The lattices of...
Balmer Series of Hydrogen .—(1) A rigid comparison of experimental with theoretical results is the main purpose of the paper. It is concluded that Merton's measurements of the separation, half-width and relative intensity of the H α and H β doublets check with values derived from the recent...
The Range of the Current-time Equations .—Goldmann and Thompson have each suggested equations to represent both the growth and the decay of the current given by a photo-active electrolytic cell having electrodes of platinum and an alcoholic solution of Rhodamine-B as electrolyte. The author...
Per cent., of monochromatic X-rays reflected from calcite, for wave length ranging from .3 Å.8 Å was studied by means of a double X-ray spectrometer . A narrow beam of general radiation fell at an angle upon a crystal designated as A and the reflected beam was allowed to fall upon a second...
Reflection of Radiation from an Infinite Series of Equally Spaced Planes .—If the fractions of the incident radiation upon any plane which are absorbed, reflected and transmitted by that plane are constant and denoted by a , r and t respectively, and if all possible internal reflections are...
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