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Measurements have been made of the magnetic anisotropy of CuS O 4 ·5 H 2 O at different temperatures from 26°C to -190°C. The crystal is nearly uniaxial magnetically, and its two principal susceptibilities conform roughly to the Curie law, with different Curie constants. The observed...
The interaction of neutrons with ferromagnetic materials has been investigated through a number of experiments. Because of the dependence of the interaction upon the spin orientation of the neutron relative to the magnetic field of the atom, and the effect of this spin dependent perturbation on...
Spuriously doubled lines observed in spectra formed by the Cauchois transmission-type curved-crystal focusing spectrograph have been reported by several investigators. B. B. Watson has shown the varying separation of these doublets in several orders to be consistent with the assumption that they...
Five radioactive iodine isotopes are described, three of which are new. These were produced, by use of 8 Mev deuterons, 16 Mev helium ions and neutrons. Evidence is presented for the following isotopic assignments and properties: Reaction Half-Life Particle Range grams/ cm 2 Al...
The results of Wigner on mass defects and stability relations make possible a calculation of level density for intermediate nuclei ( A < 60 ) which takes properly into account the dependence of nuclear energies on symmetry character. In general, a configuration of neutrons and protons in...
Hydrogen under ten atmospheres pressure was used to scatter almost directly backward the characteristic K radiation of a molybdenum-target x-ray tube. After an exposure of 1914 hours in a focusing curved-quartz-crystal spectrograph the resulting modified line was studied with a microphotometer....
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