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A Determination of the Response Characteristics of Underwater Electrostatic Transducers
High-frequency electrostatic transducers have recently found many applications as transmitters and receivers of ultrasonic waves in gases, in a frequency range extending to one megacycle. The flat response over wide ...
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Cl35 in FeCL2
This thesis describes an experimental study of the nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of Cl35 in a single crystal of FeC12. This crystal has an essentially cubic close-packed structure with trigonal distortion and an ...
The Resistance of a Spark
This paper is the result of three months of research conducted in the physics laboratory at Kalamazoo College. For the allotted time, a judicious choice regarding the general area of spark discharges in which work was ...
Applied Electronics: Construction of an Alternating Square Wave Current Generator for Nuclear Quadropole Resonance Spectroscopy
This project was assigned and undertaken with two definite ends in view. The first dealt with my interest in the field of applied electronics and my intention to enter this field upon graduation. Unfortunately, my ...
Probabilities of Nuclear Energy Level Transitions for Spin, I, Equals 3/2 for the combined Magnetic Dipole and Quadrupole Interaction
Steffen, Matthias, and Schneider have authored a book of tables entitled "Tables of Eigenvalues and of Eigenvectors of Hamiltonian Describing the Combined Static Magnetic Dipole and Electric Quadrupole Interaction of a ...
The Argonne National Laboratory 'Zero-Gradient Synchrotron': A General Survey with a Detailed Discussion of the Piccioni Target
This paper is by no means intended to be a conclusive and complete report of the Argonne National Laboratory 'Zero Gradient Synchrotron'. Neither my background or the short period of my work there allows such a statement. ...
Positron and Positronium Annihilation in Liquid Helium at the Lambda Point
This paper is a result from an experiment that counted and analyzed positron and positronium annihilation events as close as possible above and below the lambda point 2.186 o K in liquid helium. The theory of annihilation, ...
Light Diffraction by Ultrasonic Waves
In this paper, diffraction of light by ultrasonic waves is examined. The equation for the wavelength of sound in water is derived and the Raman and Nath equations for the intensity distribution due to 1) pure progressive ...
Laser Induced Evaporation of Carbon for Mass Spectroscopic Study
This paper will present a study of the problems encountered when focused ruby laser radiation 1s employed as a vaporizing agent to produce metallic vapor for mass spectroscopic analysis.