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The Motion of Massive Particles Through Solid Matter

The Motion of Massive Particles Through Solid Matter

Date: April 27, 1944
Creator: Seitz, Frederick, 1911-2008
Description: Report concerning the behavior of atoms dislodged from their positions in solid constituents by neutrons during the transition from high energy to thermal energy.
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100-Ton Test at Trinity: Report on Earth Velocity Measurements

100-Ton Test at Trinity: Report on Earth Velocity Measurements

Date: June 13, 1945
Creator: Coon, J. H.
Description: Apparatus, field layout, miscellaneous testing, and the method of analysis of a 100-ton test at Trinity.
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A Rectangular Diffusion Pump

A Rectangular Diffusion Pump

Date: September 13, 1945
Creator: Simpson, K. M.
Description: A diffusion pump having a rectangular mouth 1' by 3' in the vertical plane, employing linear jets.
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Early Fluorocarbon Studies at Columbia University

Early Fluorocarbon Studies at Columbia University

Date: 1946
Creator: Cady, George H.; Burger, Leland L. & Barber, E. J.
Description: Development of certain liquid and solid fluorocarbon compounds with special properties.
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An Improved 8 and 32 Inch Diffusion Pump Combination

An Improved 8 and 32 Inch Diffusion Pump Combination

Date: 1946
Creator: Brown, Gordon P.
Description: Report describing the design and performance of an 8 inch and 32 inch diffusion pump and measurements of their capacity.
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Preparation of N-Polychloropolyfluoroheptane

Preparation of N-Polychloropolyfluoroheptane

Date: 1946
Creator: Babcock, J. H.
Description: From introduction: "Discussion of alternate processes for manufacture of perfluoroxylene as insurance against any eventuality, e.g. disaster, poor quality, required amount of elemental fluorine not obtainable, necessity for further expansion at some future date, or decreasing cost."
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Effect of X-rays on Tissue Metabolism

Effect of X-rays on Tissue Metabolism

Date: December 2, 1946
Creator: Barron, Guzman E. S.
Description: From introduction: "This paper presents data on the effect of x rays on tissue metabolism."
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Experimental Techniques, Volume 1, Part 2: Ionization Chambers and Counters

Experimental Techniques, Volume 1, Part 2: Ionization Chambers and Counters

Date: 1947
Creator: Rossi, Bruno Benedetto & Staub, Hans Heinrich
Description: From foreword: "Construction of some typical ionization detectors and their operation, with most developed at the Los Alamos Laboratory and a few at other projects connected with the development of the atomic bomb." This report includes chapters 8-16 and an appendix to the second part.
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The Mathematical Development of the End-Point Method

The Mathematical Development of the End-Point Method

Date: June 17, 1948
Creator: Frankel, S.
Description: Detailed study of the mathematically developed end-point method and its application to the Milne kernel.
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A Mechanism for Automatic and Manual Control of the Air Velocity at the Window Opening of Fume Hoods

A Mechanism for Automatic and Manual Control of the Air Velocity at the Window Opening of Fume Hoods

Date: November 15, 1948
Creator: Weber, John
Description: An effort to develop a control on the air velocity at the door opening of a fume hood.
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