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Determination of the 14-Mev Li7 (n,n'a)T Cross Section from Sphere Multiplication and Transmission Measurements

Description: By utilizing lithium spherical shell transmission and multiplication measurements, the Li7(n,n'y)Li7 and the He6-production cross sections, it is possible to deduce that the 14-Mev Li (n,n'a)T cross section is 325 ± 75 mb. A spectrum for neutrons degraded in energy between 0 and 12 Mev is also given.
Date: July 1054
Creator: Thomas, R. G.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Chess board

Description: It is a ceramic board which is having a horizontal and vertical lines on it.Lines are somewhat distorted and even there are many black spots on it.This whole board is supported by the wheels which are attached to it on the downward side which is helpful and handy for the palyers to carry it from one place to another without carrying it and by just dragging it can be moved from its place.wheels are of red color and there are some molding design of black and yellow color are made on them.
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Date: 1650
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

[Two Mourners and Hope at Washingtons Grave]

Description: Engraving by Boston printmaker Thomas Clarke showing a man and woman weeping into handkerchiefs in front of the grave of George Washington. Washington's monument includes his face engraved below a cherubim and the epitaph "There is Reft in Heaven" and is set at the foot of a weeping willow. The two figures are being consoled by a figure of Hope, who stands by an anchor and points to heaven.
Date: [1695..1800]
Creator: Clark, Thomas
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections


Description: Purse of multicolored Bargello needlepoint. The envelope-style purse is covered in silk embroidery in greens, blues, reds, pinks, black, etc., in the Florentine Bargello, edged in green wool. On one side, under flap, is rectangular section with monogram FH and date 1775 worked in embroidery. Opens to reveal 2 separate compartments, lined in green homespun wool. Silk embroidery is disintegrating to reveal canvas ground.
Date: 1775
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

["Ben J. Franklin L.L.D." engraving print]

Description: Engraving of "Ben J. Franklin L.L.D." for European Magazine printed on April 1, 1783. The design is attributed to William Angus and printed by J. Fielding. The engraving shows an image of founding father Benjamin Franklin in a circular frame to replicate a painting by F. Schwediauer.
Date: April 1, 1783
Creator: Angus, William & Feilding, J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

A Chart of the Gulf Stream

Description: Map of the Gulf Stream from Florida and the Bahama Islands at lower left of map, up along the coast of North America, and to Newfoundland and the Grand Banks at upper right of map, as charted by Benjamin Franklin. At left side is text describing the journey from Newfoundland west and south along the Atlantic coast. In the text, "Gulf" is spelled "Gulph" Labrador is labeled as "Land of the Eskimaux's". Inset at upper left is a map of the Atlantic Ocean, showing the Gulf Stream.
Date: 1786
Creator: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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