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An ion injector is described which is capable of continuous currents of protons or deuterons of ¾ amp at 100 kv or pulsed currents of 2 amp at a 20% duty cycle. The beam comes to a focus about 3 in. in diameter and diverges at an angle of ±5°. It is approximately 95% atomic ions.
An accurate method for the measurement of microwave attenuation has been developed in which the change in microwave power fed to a thermistor is compared with an equal amount of low‐frequency (1 kc) power supplied to the same thermistor through a precision attenuator pad. The method is a...
A negative pressure bubble chamber utilizing isopentane for the sensitive fluid is described. The chamber is of all glass construction which gives it a comparatively long sensitive time and allows the use of 90° stereophotography with consequent advantages in the speed and accuracy of analysis....
Drop generators are described for the production of streams of drops the equivalent diameters of which are between 0.5 and 20 mm. These generators are based on the principle of the interrupted jet described by Lord Rayleigh. An assessment is made of the advantages and disadvantages of drop...
A description is given of an instrument for measuring turbulent concentration fluctuations in the liquid phase. A calibrated conductivity cell is used to measure the conductivity of a small volume surrounding a fixed point in a turbulent fluid. The output of the cell is fed into suitable...
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