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The strain-induced precipitation of carbon and nitrogen from supersaturated solution in alpha-iron is shown to be in agreement with a dislocation mechanism and estimates of the dislocation density required to produce the observed precipitation rates are in agreement with dislocation theory. The...
The availability of crystals of BaO made possible an investigation of the low frequency dielectric constant κ of BaO. This has been measured over the frequency range 60 to 6× 10 7 cycles per second and the temperature range -25° to 60°C. Over these ranges κ is about 34, which is quite...
The diffraction of neutrons from deuterium containing compounds gives the coherent scattering section of deuterium which can be used to determine the spin dependent scattering amplitudes. Studies have been made on a number of deuterium containing compounds but the results reported here are...
This paper describes an extensive study of the magneto-resistance effect in germanium as a function of crystal orientation. Experimental measurements establish the constants involved in the dependence of the effect on orientation of magnetic field and electric current relative to the crystal...
The angular distribution of neutrons from deuteron-bombarded targets has been investigated, using various threshold detectors. The distributions are found to have a structure which is characteristic of the particular process which produces the neutrons. In some cases, small angle structure...
The presence of solar extreme ultraviolet and x-rays at high altitudes in the atmosphere was detected by means of a thermoluminescent phosphor, CaS O 4 :Mn, which was not sensitive to wavelengths above 1340A. Samples of the phosphor were flown in V-2 rockets and exposed to sunlight. By means of...
The theoretical γ - γ directional correlation function is given as a Legendre series: W ( θ ) = 1 + Σ A L P L ( cos θ ) , for those cases where the γ -rays are emitted with the lowest angular momentum allowed by selection rules. The coefficients A L are given algebraically and are also...
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