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Plate 8. Eagle and Charley River Area: Sample Locations and Generalized Geology

Description: From addendum: Two types of analyses for uranium in the stream-sediment samples are presented. One split of the stream-sediment samples was sent to Resource Associates of Alaska's laboratory, where they were analyzed for U by the fluormetric method after acid extraction. This is the method employed for U by most laboratories. The completeness of uranium extraction unavoidably varies with the particular type of uranium-bearing minerals present and possibly with the amount of iron, manganese, and carbonaceous material present, which can interfere with the extraction. Analyses by the method are shown in the text and appendix columns with the designation "RAA."
Date: 1976
Creator: Eakins, Gilbert R.; Carver, C. L.; Klein, R. M. & Dobey, P. L.
Location: None
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Plates 1-12: Final Report: Geological, Geophysical, Chemical, and Hydrological Investigations of the Sand Springs Range, Fairview Valley, and Fourmile Flat, Churchill County, Nevada

Description: Plates documenting results of some tests performed during the site evaluation of the Sand Springs Range including aerial photography, various types of mapping and surveying of the physical and hydrological aspects of the location, and other supplementary materials.
Date: April 26, 1965
Creator: Nevada. Bureau of Mines.
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Results Obtained in the Study of Metallic Diffusion by the Multilayer Method

Description: Thermomagnetic methods are applied to multilayer aggregates, alternating bounded layers of two solid solutions, which affords a sensitive means of following the programs of homogenization by means of successive changes in the magnetization-temperature curve.
Date: 1941
Creator: Chevenard, Pierre & Wache, Xavier
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The Motion of Particles Suspended in Liquids at Rest, According to the Kinetic Theory of Heat

Description: It will be shown in this paper that according to the kinetic theory of heat, particles visible under the microscope, when compounded in liquids, will undergo motions as a result of the thermal motion of the molecules, and that these motions will be of ample amplitude that they can easily be detected by means of a microscope.
Date: 1903
Creator: Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955
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Cathode Sputtering Problems

Description: The question of the nature and charge of the metallic particles emitted in cathode sputtering has been answered experimentally: the particles are primarily neutral atoms. The proof was obtained from the moving particles themselves by a new "spectroscopic method of vapor pressure measurement" in combination with a "vapor pressure measurement from coating density."
Date: May 31, 1926
Creator: Von Hippel, Arthur R. |(Arthur Robert), 1898-2003.
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Oximetric Titration of Uranium

Description: A need for titration method arises especially in cases where it is necessary to perform as many tests as possible in a short time in order that the control of manufacture is efficient.
Date: 1925
Creator: Esblie, Odelen
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Radioactive Contamination as a War Weapon

Description: This treatise deals with a new weapon, which would play a prominent part in an atomic war, because it is about as effective but more treacherous than the atom bomb itself. It deals with radioactive contamination as a means for more extermination.
Date: August 1, 1948
Creator: Thirring, Hans, Dr.
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