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  • Makin M.J.; Hudson B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1963-03-01)
    Analysis of the crystallography of the parallelogram-shaped loops observed by electron microscopy in quenched aluminium 1% magnesium reveals that these loops lie on {012} planes, and have sides along ⟨312⟩ directions. The ...
  • Sleeswyk A.W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1963-09-01)
    It is shown that in the b.c.c. lattice the crystallography and the commonly observed low stacking-fault energy on {112} lead to the prediction that ½<111> screw dislocations will each dissociate into three 1/6<111> partials ...
  • Crocker A.G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1963-07-01)
    Deformation twins on {111} planes in zirconium appear to form by means of a different mechanism from twins on the same planes in other hexagonal materials. An adequate explanation of the crystallographic features of the ...
  • Belding EllinorF. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1959-10-01)
    Tight-binding calculations of the structure of the 3d band for Cr, Fe and Ni, using the interaction of both nearest and second nearest neighbours show a broadening of the 3d band at the lower energy limit for the body-centred ...
  • Goldsack S.J.; Lock W.O.; Munib B.A. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1957-02-01)
    A stack of Ilford G5 emulsions exposed to the 5.7 Bev proton beam of the Berkeley Bevatron has been searched for disintegrations of silver and bromine nuclei with ejected 8Li fragments, and 91 examples found. The experimental ...
  • Alston MargaretH.; Cundy D.C.; Evans W.H.; Newport R.W.; Williams P.R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1960-02-01)
    The important design features of a 10 in. hydrogen bubble chamber, its magnet and the associated control circuitry are presented.
  • Yokoyama I.; Meyer A.; Stott M.J.; Young W.H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-04-01)
    The Gibbs‐Bogoliubov method with a hard-sphere reference system allows direct calculation of entropies of metals and alloys. Necessary input-information, however, are the pseudopotentials and the mean volumes per atom. ...
  • Giannuzzi A.; Tomaschke H.; Schröder K. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-03-01)
    The absolute thermoelectric power S and the electrical resistivity p of polycrystalline samples were determined between 80°K and 580°K for Cr‒V alloys with up to 77 at. % V and between 300° and 750°K for Cr‒Mn alloys with ...
  • Rasigni M.; Rasigni G.; Palmari J.P. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-06-01)
    On étudie sous ultra vide statique, la conductivité optique et la structure des dépôts très minces de lithium. On montre que la bande d'absorption située au voisinage de 4 eV et dont la position ne dépend pas de l'épaisseur ...
  • Jones P.B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1958-01-01)
    Negative K-mesons captured by the heavy nuclei in nuclear emulsion form K-mesio atoms. It is shown that absorption occurs in the nuclear surface and takes place when the K−-moson is in a 5g state. Observations on capture ...
  • Katz Israel; Kristianpoller N.; Englman R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-02-01)
    Absorption spectra of X-rayed RbCl: Sr were investigated in the visible region and compared to that of pure RbCl. The half width of the F band in Sr-doped RbCl was 0·24 eV (at L.N.T.) compared to 0·19 eV in pure RbCl. The ...
  • Humphreys C.J.; Hirsch P.B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1968-07-01)
    Values of the parameter Vg/Vg are calculated for 100 kv electrons as a function of the reflection vector g for different crystal temperatures and for a number of different materials. It is shown that the usual assumption ...
  • Gray K.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1969-08-01)
    A calculation of the quasiparticle recombination rate in superconducting aluminium is presented. Details of the Fermi surface are taken into account in determining the rate due to umklapp processes, which turns out to be ...
  • Bienenstock Arthur (Taylor & Francis Group, 1964-05-01)
    The Gruneisen parameters, γ3j, for a number of the acoustic modes of vibration of Ge have been calculated. The method of calculation is an approximate one which uses the volume dependence of the elastic constants, plus an ...
  • Polanco J.I.; Roberts G.G.; Myers M.B. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-01-01)
    It is shown that measurements of a.c. and d.c. conductivity in undoped amorphous As2S3 films differ in several respects from those reported in other chalcogenide glasses. Experiments show conclusively that the a.c. lows ...
  • Matthews J.W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1966-06-01)
    Specimens consisting of a pair of single-crystal films in contact and in parallel orientation were prepared by successive evaporation of the film materials in ultra-high vacuum onto the (001) surfaces of hot sodium chloride ...
  • Gilbert M.H.; Adkins C.J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1976-07-01)
    A new experimental technique, time domain spectroscopy (TDS) which enables the dielectric properties of materials to be measured over a wide range of frequencies is described. Results are presented of such measurements on ...
  • Schwarzenberger D.R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1959-11-01)
    The lattice parameters of a single crystal of beryllium have been determined from observations on a divergent-beam transmission x-ray photograph of the crystal. Diffraction in the crystal leads to a pattern of deficiency ...
  • Venables J.A.; Bin-jaya R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-05-01)
    A method for precise determination of the orientation of mierocrystals is described. Electron back-scattering patterns are observed on a fluorescent screen in a scanning electron microscope, and high precision is obtained ...
  • Cox M.G. C.; Mcenaney B.; Scott V.D. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-10-01)
    A mechanism based on lattice diffusion of cations is proposed to account for segregation of transition elements in scales on oxidized ferrous alloys. From considerations of diffusion paths through close-packed oxide lattices, ...