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The order-disorder transformation in single crystals of Cu-Au alloys, containing 22, 25, and 30 atomic percent Au, has been studied by dilatometric means. The plots of true coefficient of thermal expansion versus temperature for previously well-ordered alloys display a slow rise from -190°C to...
Fast electrons when scattered inelastically by gas molecules furnish information as to the distribution of component velocities (and therefore as to the distribution of resultant velocities) among the electrons in the molecules. An experimental determination of the distribution of energies among...
Photographs of the bands of sulphur dioxide in the region of λ 3 4 0 0 - 2 6 0 0 have been taken under low, medium and high dispersion, both at room temperature and at 200°K; the pressure of the absorbing gas was varied from 0.3 mm to 480 mm. Thirty bands can be represented by the formula ν =...
The absolute saturation magnetic moment per atom ( M ) was measured as a function of the atomic composition ( τ ) for nickel-antimony and nickel-tantalum solid solutions. Fields up to 40,000 gauss and temperatures down to 77.2°K were used. The initial slope dM d τ was found to be -3.6 and -5.7...
The intensity of the γ -radiation emitted by sodium under proton bombardment has been studied as a function of the energy of the bombarding protons up to 1.9 Mev. Protons were accelerated by a 2-Mv pressure-insulated electrostatic generator, and were incident on a thin evaporated film of...
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