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To determine whether the large cross sections for the scattering of slow neutrons by iron and nickel arise in part from the ferromagnetic nature of these materials, a comparison of the scattering at room temperature and above the Curie point was made. As no significant change in scattering was...
Measurements of total cross section for collision of slow electrons between 2 and 40 volts have been carried out in N 2 and Cl 2 by use of a Brode type apparatus. The results for N 2 compare well with those of previous investigators and with the theory of elastic scattering. The cross section of...
New measurements of the 1 s 2 S 0 1 - 1 s · np P 1 1 series of the Helium I isoelectronic sequence for Be III, B IV and C V together with previously published data on He I, Li II, N VI and O VII are critically examined and values for the 1 s 2 S 0 1 terms for these spectra obtained. A slightly...
A careful analysis of the properties of Rochelle salt leads to the conclusion that this crystal belongs to the monoclinic hemimorphic symmetry class between the so-called Curie points (+23.7°C and -18°C), whereas it is orthorhombic hemihedric at other temperatures. The Curie points are to be...
The spin of the Li 6 nucleus and the h.f.s. separation of the S 1 2 2 normal state have been measured by the atomic beam method of zero moments. The evaluation of the contribution of Li 7 to the intensity in the neighborhood of the Li 6 zero moment peak was made by an extension of the method of...
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