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Fast electrons scattered from polished metal surfaces do not form diffraction patterns. A strong Debye-Scherrer pattern is produced, however, by electrons scattered from a surface which has been mechanically roughened in such a manner that electrons are able to pass directly through projecting...
Because of the thermal energies of the electrons in a metal there can be no sharply defined maximum emission energy of photoelectrons, as was once supposed. On the basis of the Sommerfeld theory and the Fermi-Dirac statistics, expressions are derived for the form of the energy distribution and...
Additional multiplets in the three electron systems of Cb III and Mo IV. —The Moseley law and, one of its consequences, the irregular doublet law are applied to the known data for the triads of quartets F 4 D 0 , F 4 F 0 , F G 0 ( 4 d 3 - 4 d 2 5 p ) and F 4 D 0 , F 4 F 0 , F 4 G 0 ( 4 d 2 5 s...
With a vacuum spectrograph in the region 784 to 1331A some of the lines arising from the transition d 9 p to d 9 s electronic configurations of Sb VI and Te VII have been found. The wave-lengths and frequencies of the stronger lines are given along with the values for the sixteen terms P 0 3 D 0...
Previous work by Fermi and by Dennison has shown that the principal features of the infrared and Raman spectra of carbon dioxide may be explained by taking account of the first order perturbation terms in the potential energy expression. It was not possible to predict the positions of the levels...
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