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Thin films of magnesium oxide, under the influence of an electric field, have been observed to emit extremely large secondary emission currents when bombarded with electrons. This current has been found to be exponentially dependent upon the electric field in the oxide film, and under certain...
The influence of gaps for injection, acceleration, etc., on the stability of orbits in a strong-focusing synchrotron is examined and found not to be negligible. The calculation also gives some information about the resonances resulting from irregularities.
An upper limit of 1× 10 - 3 is determined for the ratio of K electron capture to negative beta emission in the decay of 19.5-day Rb 86 . The one-minute Rb 86 isomer is shown to decay by isomeric transition, probably E 4 or perhaps E 3 , with the emission of 560-kev gamma rays.
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