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Band Spectroscopic Observations of the Isotopes of Zinc and Cadmium

Naturevolume 135page955 (1935) | Download Citation

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ACCORDING to earlier mass-spectroscopic investigations by Aston1, cadmium has the following isotopes arranged in order of their abundances: 114, 112, 110, 111, 113, 116. Later, two additional isotopes, 108 and 118, were observed by one of us2, as a result of an investigation of the band spectrum of cadmium hydride.

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  1. 1

    F. W. Aston, “Mass-spectra and Isotopes”, 1933, p. 120.

  2. 2

    Erik Svensson, NATURE, 131, 28; 1933.

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    F. W. Aston, NATURE, 134, 178; 1934.

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    F. W. Aston, “Mass-spectra and Isotopes”, 1933, p. 118.

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    K. T. Bainbridge, Phys. Rev., 39, 487; 1932.

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  1. Laboratory of Physics, University, Stockholm

    • GÖSTA STENVINKEL
    •  & ERIK SVENSSON

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