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Experiments reported by other workers have shown that when a precipitate of silver bromide is shaken with a solution containing either silver or bromide ions, some of which are radioactive, the radioactive strength of the solution decreases. The final value reached corresponds to a uniform...
The effect of the difference in asymmetry of the ground and excited states of a vibrttional band on the line strengths of the vibrational‐rotational transitions has been investigated. It is found that for sufficiently large Δ k (∼0.1—0.2) in A ‐ and C ‐type bands there is an...
The emission of neutral and charged carbon molecules from spectroscopically pure graphite has been studied by rate of vaporization experiments in a 180° mass spectrometer. Small filaments (diameter: 0.015 in.), heated by ac up to 2600°K, yielded neutral particles which were converted into...
Neutron bombardment of liquid carbon tetrachloride yields 38.5 min Cl 38 , and approximately 40 percent of the induced activity is retained in organic form. Dissolved chlorine reduces this retention in a regular fashion to approximately 25 percent at a concentration of 6 mole percent. Allyl...
Solutions of ferrous ammonium sulfate in 0.8 N H 2 SO 4 have been irradiated with Co 60 gamma rays and with x‐rays from a 25‐Mev betatron. The energy absorbed per unit volume of solution has been calculated from a modification of the Bragg‐Gray formula, E v = J v W ρ in which the factor ρ...
The effect of changing the dielectric constant and the effect of changing the ionic strength on the reaction between thiosulfate ion and ethyl bromomalonate have been studied. The rates of the ion‐molecule reaction could be accounted for on the basis of the simple second‐order mechanism...
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