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A response‐function theory of the Faraday effect is presented. The response function for a polymer made up of coupled harmonic oscillators is obtained. A criterion for the origin independence of the magnetic circular dichroism and magnetic optical rotation is presented.
Measurement has been made of the critical transfer distances for five donor—acceptor systems—fluorene, carbazole, dibenzofuran, dibenzothiophene, and 9‐fluorenol as donors and 9‐phenylanthracene as the acceptor. The good agreement, between the experimentally measured and theoretically...
Spectrophotometric analysis of pressed tablets of polycrystalline C 2 Br 6 has been used to study the growth and decay of Br 2 in the matrix as a function of γ dose, and of time and temperature of annealing. G (Br 2 ) is 4 or higher at doses of 10 18 eV g −1 and below but falls rapidly in the...
Collisions of nitrogen and oxygen molecular ions with atomic sodium have been examined in a crossed‐beam experiment in which the ion energy range was from 25 to 200 eV. It was found that charge transfer occurs with cross sections in excess of 10 −16 cm 2 and that in both cases the energy...
The key features of the complete, stable nickel—carbon phase diagram have been established at pressures up to 54 kbar, and these features have been directly related to the nucleation and growth characteristics of diamonds in this system. At pressures in excess of 52.5 kbar, a...
Absorption measurements in the 1900–2100‐Å region were carried out for oxygen heated to 900°K. Beer's law was not obeyed in general and was replaced by Goody's statistical band model, which was applied to small spectral intervals in the studied region. The spectral absorption coefficient...
A treatment, within the framework of the sudden perturbation approximation of time‐dependent perturbation theory, of the pressure broadening of rotational transitions is presented. The Lorentz line‐shape expression is derived in the limit of low pressures, and explicit expressions for the...
Ion yields observed during plutonium alpha irradiation of binary mixtures containing at least one rare gas are reported. An attempt has been made to analyze them in terms of the modes of initial energy deposition. In order to do so, it was necessary to take account of ``negative Jesse effects,''...
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