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Irregularities in the magnetization of ferromagnetic crystals were studied by means of magnetic Fe 2 O 3 particles about 1μ in diameter suspended in ethyl acetate. On iron crystals the particles settle along parallel lines spaced about 0.1 mm apart and more or less at right angles to the applied...
Kramers' symbolic representation method for the treatment of those properties of free atoms which can be derived on the basis of irreducible representations of rotations in R 3 is outlined. Wave functions and operators are represented by functions of spinor quantities ( ξ , η ) whose properties...
New lines of Na II, III and IV have been found and classified in the region between 434,000 and 242,000 cm - 1 .
Cloud chamber photographs of cosmic-ray tracks in a magnetic field up to 17,000 gauss are shown. On the assumption that the particles producing the tracks are travelling downward through the chamber rather than upward, particles of positive charge appear as well as electrons. From the specific...
The total scattering of the K α radiation of molybdenum from powdered crystals of KCl, NaF, and MgO has been observed with an ionization chamber whose window subtended several degrees of angle at the scatterers. The scattering from NaF and MgO was found to be approximately the same as that neon....
The absorption band of HCl at 1.7μ has been reëxamined under high dispersion in an attempt to verify the work of Hettner and Böhme on the existence of a third chlorine isotope, Cl 39 . No trace of the isotope was observed although a path length of three meters, some ten times the path used by...
The derivation of the equivalent electric network of the acoustic resonator interferometer in Part I of this paper has made it possible to develop the theory for the current in a simple resonant circuit in which the electrodes of the piezoelectric plate of the interferometer are connected to the...
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