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Propagation Characteristics of Capillary Ripples, III. Capillary Ripple Velocity and Attenuation Dispersion on Clean Water Surfaces and on Various Monolayers

Description: From Abstract: "The theory and instrumentation previously described by us were applied to the systems monolayer-free distilled water; stearic acid, mixed hexadecanol and octadecanol and several long chain fatty ester monolayers; stearic acid - polyvinyl acetate mixed films and egg albumen spread films; heptanoic acid adsorbed monolayers."
Date: January 1962
Creator: Mann, J. Adiin, Jr. & Hansen, R. S.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Thermodynamics of Formation of ThMg2

Description: Literature review on the discovery, experiments on, and applications of the compound ThMg2.
Date: January 1963
Creator: Novotny, D. B. & Smith, J. F.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Solubility of Holmium in Copper, Silver, and Gold

Description: From Abstract: "The solid solubility of holmium in copper, silver, and gold was determined using metallographic techniques. The composition of the first intermetallic compound in these systems was found to be Cu4Ho, Ag7Ho2, and Au3Ho. These compounds form eutectics with the solvent metals which melt at 868, 787, and 778°C respectively."
Date: January 1963
Creator: Wunderlin, W. J.; Beaudry, B. J. & Daane, A. H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Acid-Base Reactions and Kinetics of the Halates in Fused Nitrates

Description: From Abstract : "The mechanism of the reactions of the halates, bromate, chlorate, and iodate, with dichromate in fused alkali nitrates has been shown to involve a fast equilibrium followed by a slow rate determining strip to give oxygen and halogen gases as final products." Experiments outlined serve as insight into the structure of fused salts or fused electrolytes.
Date: November 1962
Creator: Schlegel, James Max & Duke, P. R.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Equation of State of Solids at Low Temperature

Description: Technical report describing and evaluating the the three experimental methods for obtaining equation of state data at low temperatures; (1) approximate measurement of the PVT relationship by a piston-displacement technique, (2) the measurement of a heat capacity at constant volume as a function of molar volume and temperature, and (3) direct measurement of the pressure variation of the elastic constants using ultrasonic techniques. X-ray methods also might be applicable.
Date: October 13, 1961
Creator: Bernardes, N. (Newton), 1931- & Swenson, C. A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Flame Spectra of Vanadium, Niobium, Rhenium, Titanium and Molybdenum

Description: Abstract Line spectra of vanadium, niobium, titanium, molybdenum and rhenium of sufficient intensity to allow detection at the 1–10 p.p.m. level can be excited in fuel-rich, oxy-acetylene flames. For the strongest lines of tungsten, the sensitivity of detection is 90 p.p.m. Weak lines of zirconium, hafnium, osmium, tantalum and uranium are also observed in these flames. Recordings of the spectra are given along with wavelength tables of the strongest lines.
Date: July 23, 1962
Creator: Fassel, Velmer A.; Myers, Robert B. & Kniseley, Richard N.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Chlorotriammineplatinum(II) Ion : Acid Hydrolysis and Isotopic Exchange of Chloride Ligand

Description: Abstract: The acid hydrolysis of [Pt(NH3)3Cl] has been shown to occur to a measurable extent. for this reaction: [APt(NH3)cCl]+ + H2O [chemical equilibrium symbol with rate constant k-1 above and k1 below] [Pt(NH3)c(H2O)]++ + Cl-, the equilibrium quotient was measured at 25 degree C and 35 degree C. At 25 degree C this quotient was 8.4 x 10-5 at [Mu] (ionic strength) = 0 and 25 x 10-5 at [mu] = .318 M. This variation is consistent with the expected changes in activity coefficients. [Delta]H for the reaction was found to be approximately 0. The rate constant, k1 was 2.3 x 10-5 sec.-1 at 25 degree C and it was nearly independent of ionic strength. The acid hydrolysis provides a mechanism for the exchange of the chloride ligand and Cl-. Exchange experiments with Cl36 showed that in addition to the acid hydrolysis, a process, first order in both, [Pt(NH3)3Cl] and Cl- with a rate constant of 6. 10-5 sec.-1M.-1 contributes to the exchange. The behavior of the entire series of chloro-ammines of platinum(II) toward acid hydrolysis and chloride exchange has been summarized, and a likely mechanism for the process has been discussed.
Date: May 15, 1961
Creator: Aprile, Ferruccio. & Martin, Don S., Jr.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Kinetics of the Alkylation and Acylation of Nickel Dipivaloyimethide

Description: Abstract: A study was made of the reactions of nickel dipivaloyimethide with the following reagents: tirphenylmethyl chloride, benzoyl chloride, [rho]-chloro and [rho]-methyl benzoyl chloride. Infrared spectra of the easily hydrolyzed product of tritylation seem to indicate that enol ether, the product of O-alkylation, is formed. the acyl halides reactor to give the triketones. the latter have been characterized by spectra and C, H, analysis. the kinetics of all the reactions studied were found to settle down to a second order rate law after a fast initial reaction. These reactions are catalyzed by an impurity in the acyl chloride. Then benzoyl chloride with a different purity was used, the second order rate constant for the benzoylation of nickel DPM ranged from 0.02-0.20. The air oxidation of nickel dipivaloymethide was found to compete with the acylations under the conditions of these studies. An investigation of the phenomenon showed that nickel pivalate is the major product. Pivalic acid was also detected in the product mixture. This oxidation takes place in chlorobenzene and in aromatic hydrocarbons. It occurs in 1201 when small amount on benzoyl chlorides are present.
Date: July 1959
Creator: Johnson, Kenneth Eugene & Hammond, George Simms, 1921-2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Uranium-Rhenium Alloy System

Description: Abstract The phase diagram of the uranium-rhenium alloy system is presented along with a discussion on transformation kinetics of the uranium solid solutions. The phase diagram is of the double eutectic type with the intermediate phase having the composition URe2. This phase exhibits allotropy at 180°C and melts congruently at 2200°C. URe2 reacts sluggishly with the uranium solid solutions below 750°C to form the peritectoid compound U2Re. Eutectic reactions occur at 1105° and 2105°C at respective compositions of 10.5 and 65.5 wt. % Re. Eutectoid reactions occur at 643° and 681°C at compositions of 1.4 and 6 wt. % Re, respectively. The maximum solubility of rhenium in α uranium is about 0.4 wt. % at 643°C and in β uranium is 1.9 wt. % at 681°C. The solubility of rhenium in γ uranium is 6 wt. % at 681°C and increases to about 7 wt. % at 975°C. The solubility of uranium in rhenium is 0.6 wt. % at room temperature with little variation up to 2000°C. Alloys of β and γ uranium containing more than about 1.2 and 7 wt. % Re respectively, can be readily supercooled to room temperature. Rapid cooling of γ alloys containing less than about 7 wt. % Re resulted in a direct γ → α′ transformation, the α′ state being a supersaturated α phase having a banded microstructure. Evidence is presented for the existence of two transition states, one involving the γ phase decomposition and the other the β → α transformation. The sequence of phase changes involved in cooling the uranium solid solutions is discussed.
Date: January 14, 1963
Creator: Jackson, R. J. (Robert James), 1929-; Williams, D. E. & Larsen, W. L.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Cation Exchange in Acetone-Water-Hydrochloric Acid

Description: Abstract: Distribution coefficients have been measured for the partition of metal ions between cation exchange resin and acetone-water-hydrochloric acid solutions. the differences in distribution coefficients of metal ions are greater in acetone-water media than in aqueous media of the same hydrochloric acid concentration. Using distribution coefficient data, conditions for column separations of mixtures can be selected. Column separations of metal ion mixtures can be effected by eluting with acetone-water-hydrochloric acid solutions of different compositions. Successful separations of a number of mixtures are reported.
Date: May 10, 1962
Creator: Fritz, James S. (James Sherwood), 1924- & Rettig, Thomas A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

The Treatment of a Cesium Ore by Sulfur Chloride and Chlorine

Description: From Abstract : "A Southern Rhodesian cesium ore containing essentially pollucite was chlorinated by a gaseous mixture of sulfur chloride and chlorine at temperatures between 550 and 770°C. The optimum conditions with the fixed bed reactor used in this study were chlorination at 650°C for 4 1/2 hr with an more particle size that passes a 150 mesh sieve."
Date: 1964
Creator: Hamilton, C. B.; Young, T. L. & Wilhelm, H. A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Magnetostriction in Dy and Ho

Description: From Abstract : "Phenomenal magnetostriction has been observed in Dy and Ho single crystals. ... [The} magnetostriction curve showed three slightly developed knees which agree well with the knees observed in the magnetization data for Ho previously reported."
Date: 1963
Creator: Legvold, S.; Alstad, J. & Rhyne, J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Mass Spectrometric Evidence for the Pyridoxal-Leucine Reaction Mechanism

Description: From Abstract : "The mass spectrum of leucine-dn, prepared by the reaction of pyridoxal with excess leucine in D2O medium, has been established using the crucible source techniques. ... The reaction can be used for the selective α, β-deuteration of amino acids other than leucine.
Date: May 3, 1963
Creator: Junk, G. A. & Svec, H. J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Isotopic Composition of Vanadium From Organic Sources

Description: From Abstract : "The V50/V51 ratios of vanadium from the ascidians, Ciona intestinalis and Ascidia ceratodes were measured, on an absolute basis, by comparison with a reference using a CEC Model 21-220 180° mass spectrometer."
Date: 1963
Creator: Calellen, Jennings; Flesch, Gerald D. & Svec, Harry J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Rare Earth Intermetallic Comounds

Description: From Abstract : "Some of the important properties of the rare earth intermetallic and semimetallic compounds are reviewed. ... A compilation of the crystal structures of these compounds is appended to this review."
Date: 1964
Creator: McMasters, O. D. & Gschneidner, K. A., Jr.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Chemical Binding in the Water Molecule

Description: From Introduction : "This analysis partitions the electron density and the electronic pair density of the molecule into components corresponding promoted atomic states, to quasiclassical coulombic interactions of these promoted states, and to interactions resulting from the sharing of electrons between atoms."
Date: May 3, 1963
Creator: Edmiston, Clyde & Ruedenberg, Klaus
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Normal Elliptic Integrals of the First and Second Kinds

Description: From Introduction : "In this paper we describe a choice of normal elliptic integrals which appears to be very well suited for use in integral tables as well as for numerical work."
Date: May 3, 1963
Creator: Carlson, B. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Reinvestigation of the CC Stretching and CH3 Rocking Assignments In Isopropyl and tert-Butyl Halides

Description: From report: "In a series of paper (1-3) Sheppard has analyzed the vibrational spectra of simple alkyl halides. During the course of an investigation of the spectra of similar alkyl thiocyanates certain anomalies appeared in the assignments of the CC stretching and methyl rocking vibrations in isopropyl and tert.-butyl halides."
Date: May 3, 1963
Creator: Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Tricarbalyllic Acid (Propane-1, 2, 3-Tricarboxylic Acid)

Description: From report : "Tricarbalyllic acid (propane-1, 2, 3-tricarboxylic acid) has a structure similar to that of citric acid, except that it lacks the hydroxyl group attached to the middle of the carbon atom. Properties of the rare earth citrates have been used very successfully in the separation of rare earths by ion exchange methods; consequently it was deemed advisable to study the rare-earth compounds which form with the anion if triarbalyllic acid."
Date: 1964
Creator: Gupta, A. K. & Powell, J. E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Thermal Conductivity of Silicon and Iron From 300 to 1400°K

Description: From Abstract : "The thermal diffusivities of pure silicon and of Armco iron have been measures from 300 to 1400°K. The specific heats of the same materials have been measured over the same temperature range."
Date: unknown
Creator: Klein, A. H.; Shanks, H. R. & Danielson, G. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Spectrophotometric Determination of Scandium with Arsenazo

Description: From Introduction : "After a study on the determination of rare earths with arsenazo, it was thought worthwhile to attempt a spectrophotometric determination of scandium with the same reagent."
Date: unknown
Creator: Onishi, Hiroshi & Banks, Charles V.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Gamma Ray Efficiencies for Well Type Scintillation Crystals

Description: From Abstract : "Gamma ray efficiencies for various sized well type NaI(Ti) crystals have been calculated using an IBM 704 digital computer. The adjustable parameters in the program are the gamma ray energy, the heights and diameters of the crystal and the well, the thickness of the well lining, and the positions of the (point) source inside the well. Some typical results are presented in graphical form."
Date: unknown
Creator: Dingus, Ronald S. & Stewart, M. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Least Structure Solution of Photonuclear Yield Functions

Description: From Abstract : "A new method for the solution of experimental photonuclear yield functions for cross sections is presented. ... The resulting cross sections are compared to the assumed cross sections used to derive the trial yield function."
Date: 1963
Creator: Cook, B. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department