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Modified Murnaghan equation of state applied to shock compression of silica, basalt, and dolomite

Description: An equation of state previously used by the author is developed further and applied to geologic media. The equation is of the same form as the Murnaghan equation of state, but with the elastic constant terms replaced by the cohesive energy density (internal pressure), and the exponential term given as a sum of the Gruneisen parameter and the gaseous adiabatic exponent. Data for shock compression of silica, basalt, and dolomite are analyzed according to the equation.
Date: December 20, 1965
Creator: Rogers, L.A.
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MODERN GAGE CONTROL

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Date: October 31, 1965
Creator: Tschechtelin, L
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Evolution of Sarcoma 37 in cf1 Rats. Biological Aspects of the Spontaneous Cure of Tumors Studied After Irradiation and Administration of Immune Serum. Evolucao Do Sarcoma 37 Em Muganhos cf1. Aspectos Biologicos Da Cura Espontianea Do Tumor Estudados Apos Irradiacao E Administracao De Soro Imune

Description: Transplants of sarcoma 37 were studied in regard to spontaneous regression of the tumor after irradiation and after the administration of immune serum. The following results were obtained: 1. Of 809 animals, 99% developed the tumor after transplantation; 2. The number of cells transplanted did not influence the growth rate, the percentage of spontaneous regressions, or the life spans of the animals; 3. Reimplantation of the tumor into mice which had previously rejected the tumor resulted in very few successful transplants; 4. The resistance of these mice to further attempts at implantation could not be altered by previous irradiation; 5. Animals transplanted for the first time suffer a faster evolution of the tumor, shortened life span, and a diminution of spontaneous regressions if they have been irradiated prior to transplantation (400r whole body); and, 6. Resistance to tumor growth could not be transferred passively in serum of mice which had rejected the tumor.
Date: December 1, 1965
Creator: Clode, William H.
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DEHYDRATION CONDENSATION IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION

Description: EARLIER investigations have demonstrated that di-cyandiamide (DCDA), the dimer of cyanamide, can successfully promote the dehydration condensation of: (1) glucose and orthophosphate to give glucose-6-phosphate; (2) adenosine and orthophosphate to give adenosine-5'-monophosphate; (3) orthophosphate to give pyrophosphate; (4) alanine to give alanylalanine and alanylalanylalanine. These reactions were carried out in dilute aqueous solutions in the dark. (It was also demonstrated that the combination of ultra-violet light and dicyandiamide could promote the synthesis of dipeptides. This observation has since been confirmed by other investigators.) These experiments were designed to demonstrate one possible means by which such compounds could have been formed on the prebiotic Earth, thus providing materials needed for the origin of living systems. Dicyandiamide itself could have been, present on the primitive Earth as was demonstrated with the ultra-violet irradiation of cyanide solution.
Date: April 1, 1965
Creator: Steinman, Gary; Kenyon, Dean H. & Calvin, Melvin
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INSTABILITIES OF RELATIVISTIC PARTICLE BEAMS

Description: The purpose of this paper is twofold: to introduce the reader to the subject of instabilities exhibited by relativistic particle beams, and to summarize the present state of our knowledge concerning these phenomena. Most of the material in the first part of the paper is not new. It has been known to some specialists for a good many years; what is new is that the problems that can be solved are now of much more interest to the general community of accelerator physicists. Consequently, many accelerator physicists who have not paid much attention to these matters may now want to become informed; it is my hope that this paper will provide an introduction to the field. The second part of the article consists of two sections. The first summarizes the experimental information presently available, with emphasis upon the degree to which it confirms or disagrees with theory. Our current level of understanding is delineated: considering the generality and reliability of the theoretical analysis as well as the degree of experimental confirmation, the author expresses his opinion as to what can be considered relatively well established. The final section contains a discussion of subjects needing further investigation and, consequently, supplements the discussion of areas of understanding by describing the peripheral areas of uncertainty.
Date: October 4, 1965
Creator: Sessler, Andrew M.
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PROPERTIES OP LIQUID HELIUM-THREE IN THE TWO-BODY CORRELATION APPROXIMATION. I

Description: This is the first of two papers in which the low-temperature properties of liquid He{sup 3} are to be calculated in the thermodynamically consistent 'T-matrix' approximation. The set of coupled integral equations which are to be solved is exhibited in Part A of this paper. Part B of this paper is devoted to a preliminary, zero-temperature calculation which employs the additional approximations of using separable potentials and a noninteracting spectral function to define the interaction of two particles in the medium: the <T>{sub 0} approximation. In this approximation they obtain a spectral function for the quasi particles which they expect to display general features in common with those of the actual spectral function. Using this spectral function, they calculate the thermodynamic properties of the system and find that they compare favorably to those obtained in other calculations.
Date: November 17, 1965
Creator: Beck, Donald E. & Sessler, Andrew M.
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PHOTOSENSITIZED IONIZATION OF ALKALI METAL VAPORS

Description: The vapors of potassium, rubidium, and cesium have been photoionized with light absorbed in the discrete region of the atomic spectrum. The energy threshold for the ionization process has been determined and the ions produced identified by mobility measurements. The data give lower limits for the dissociation energies of K{sup +2}, Rb{sup +2} and Cs{sup +2}. Each of these molecular ions has a bond energy approximately 50% greater than that of the corresponding neutral molecule. In addition, lower limits for the electron affinities of the alkali atoms and approximate values for the mobilities of Rb{sup +} and Rb{sup +2} in rubidium vapor are given.
Date: February 1, 1965
Creator: Lee, Yuan-tseh & Mahan, Bruce H.
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