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With a vacuum two‐crystal spectrometer the (1, −1) curves of etched quartz, etched calcite and relatively poor calcite cleavage surfaces have been studied throughout the wave‐length range 0.5 to 5 Angstroms. The widths of the curves at half maximum intensity, the percent reflection, and the...
A convenient method for locating the crystalline axes in ice, and therefore for determining the extent of any single crystal of ice in a block, has been developed. Single crystals of ice, satisfying this test, of dimensions limited only by the size of the apparatus, have been prepared.
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