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L-Emission Bands of Zinc, Copper, Nickel and Cobalt

Nature volume 140, page 508 (18 September 1937) | Download Citation

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I HAVE studied the intensity of the L-emission bands of metals from Co (27) to Zn (30). The apparatus used was a vacuum spectrograph using a bent crystal of mica, and the source of the radiation was an X-ray tube.

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    Comptes rendus, 204, 1242.

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    See and , “The Theory of the Properties of Metals and Alloys” (Oxford, 1936), p. 191.

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    See and , Physica, 2, 13 (1935).

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  1. Université, Liége. Aug. 3.

    • J. FARINEAU

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