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The mechanical and electrical features of a ring image type spectrometer are described. The baffle system may be rolled out of the vacuum chamber for ease of adjustment. The predicted momentum resolution vs percent transmission has been verified; e.g., 0.4 percent resolution at 2 percent...
A description is given of an ungrounded input circuit consisting of a miniature radiofrequency transmitter, the carrier of which is modulated by the signal under investigation. After being transmitted to a receiver the carrier is demodulated, filtered, and the resulting signal used as the input...
A method of obtaining the amplitude‐frequency spectrum of a complex time function of short duration by repetition of the function is discussed. Three practical devices based on this method are described.
A high speed rotating‐shutter spectrometer has been built for making slow‐neutron measurements in the resonance region, using a neutron ``pile'' as a source. One of the principal advantages of the new apparatus is that comparatively small samples are required—typically less than one gram....
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