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[A Six Flags Over Texas ad]

Description: Photograph of a Six Flags Over Texas ad. The ad depicts the shape of the state of Texas made up by shapes containing information about the amusement park's attractions and details. The park's opening time and instructions to reach it are detailed at the top of the poster while various features of the park and ticket deals are described at the bottom of the poster.
Date: August 5, 1961
Creator: Rogers, John
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[Court briefing for Pedro J. Gonzalez's lawsuit against X.E.A.U. Radio, 1]

Description: Court briefing for Pedro J. Gonzalez's lawsuit against Radiodifusora X.E.A.U. Radio. Printed on two pages is a seal that's positioned above small lines of text and to the left of an outlined box surrounded by text. A wide column of text fills both pages and is printed next to a signature and stamped seal. The second page has additional signatures above its bottom edge.
Date: August 15, 1961
Creator: Parlee, Lorena, 1945-2006
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Court briefing for Pedro J. Gonzalez's lawsuit against X.E.A.U. Radio, 2]

Description: Court briefing for Pedro J. Gonzalez's lawsuit against Radiodifusora X.E.A.U. Radio. A printed seal is positioned above small lines of text and to the left of an outlined box surrounded by text. A wide column of text fills the rest of the page and is printed next to a signature and stamped seal. Additional signatures have been marked on the back of the document.
Date: August 15, 1961
Creator: Parlee, Lorena, 1945-2006
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Notification about a court case briefing]

Description: Notification about a court case briefing involving Pedro J. Gonzalez. A printed seal is positioned above a few words and to the left of longer lines of text. The rest of the page is filled by a wide column of text that is printed next to cursive writing and a smaller block of text. A single signature sits below the wide text column.
Date: August 1, 1961
Creator: Parlee, Lorena, 1945-2006
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Control Worth of B4C Rods

Description: This report considers the theoretical evaluation of a system for gaining increased control strength and increased control lifetime and presents a theoretical model which is applicable to conventional multigroup diffusion theory.
Date: August 30, 1961
Creator: Pomraning, G. C. (Gerald C.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Plan For VBWR Stability Experiment

Description: Stability tests are to be made in the VBWR (boiling water reactor). The tests are of three types: steady state measurements, rod oscillator tests, and transient tests.
Date: August 30, 1961
Creator: Cook, W. H.; Hodde, J. A.; Howard, C. L. & Niemi, R. O.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Sheet Metal Can Furnace

Description: A need for a small vertical cylinder-type furnace arises frequently in the Chemistry Department at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory (LRL). Adequate heat is the major requirement; close control or calibration is not usually necessary. A heating unit of this type can either be used for quickly concentrating solutions in centrifuge cones or, by the addition of a refractory pedestal--can be made into a crucible furnace for size 0 and 00 crucibles. Because much of the chemistry done at LRL is with … more
Date: August 17, 1961
Creator: Doyle, Richard C. & Phillips, Will D.
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Fabricating Liquid-Hydrogen Targets From Mylar

Description: The increasing popularity of liquid-hydrogen targets in physics research has emphasized the need for containers with maximum beam transparency (i.e., thin walls and low Z) and suitable strength at cryogenic temperatures. Fabrication of a Mylar container satisfying these requirements is described here.
Date: August 17, 1961
Creator: Mehr, David L.
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Calibration Of Bridgman Anvils, A Pressure Scale To 125 Kbars

Description: It is shown that a radial pressure gradient exists in the silver chloride when it is used as the pressure transmitting medium in Bridgman anvils. The gradient can be obviated by the use of circular sections of wire. The center of curvature of the wire hoop is made coincident with the anvil center. When the inner and outer diameters of the pyrophyllite retaining ring are 1/2 and 7/16" respectively, the pressure, P, is P = (0.725 + 0.468R) L where R is the fractional displacement from the center,… more
Date: August 1961
Creator: Montgomery, Peter W.; Stromberg, Harold; Lura, George H. & Jura, George
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The Crystal Structure Of Cobalt Sulfate Hexahydrate

Description: Calorimetric measurements by Rao and Giauque (1960) showed some unaccountable residual entropy in crystals of [formula] at low temperatures. We have investigated the crystal structure in search of an explanation of the disorder. The resulting structure offers no possibility of disordered rings of hydrogen bonds such as were found in [formula], nor do we find any other explanation of the entropy discrepancy.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Zalkin, Allan; Ruben, Helena & Templeton, David H.
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The Sideband Technique In A Variable Frequency NMR Spectrometer

Description: The purpose of this Note is to point out the advantages of the sideband technique over the derivative method in wideline NMR spectroscopy. In the sideband technique the absorption spectrum is recorded directly and the modulation amplitude is no longer a determining factor in the resolution.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Acrivos, J. V., 1928-
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A Pulsed Nanosecond Light Source

Description: A system for scintillations from nuclear events has been developed and is presently in use at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. This paper primarily describes the pulsed light source used to simulate nuclear events; it also describes the necessary nanosecond pulse techniques to measure the light source parameters and to operate large numbers of lamps. Considerations concerning distribution networks are shown. Use of the light source as a spark gap trigger is also discussed.
Date: August 4, 1961
Creator: Innes, Thomas G. & Kerns, Quentin A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Remote Plastic Bag Passout Unit For High-Level Radiochemical Operations

Description: This system presents a method for making remote sealed-bag passouts from a multicurie-level chemistry processing enclosure. In addition, the polyethylene bags are changed remotely without exposing contaminated surfaces while always maintaining a low leak-rate seal. Our system employs an interchange box (the Passout Box) attached to the chemistry enclosure. Integrated with the box is a hydraulically operated jack that raises and lowers the bags, and a welder-cutter for sealing them. A single mas… more
Date: August 1961
Creator: Fleischer, E. S. & Parsons, T. C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Close-Capture Adsorption System For Remote Radioisotope Chemistry

Description: Molecular sieves are synthetic zeolites which, when dehydrated, contain a network of empty pores and cavities that constitute almost 50% of the total volume of the crystals. They have the unique property of adsorbing within these cavities only those molecules that are small enough to pass through the pores of the crystals, Molecular sieves have a very strong affinity for water and other polar molecules. It is this selective property plus their stability and reasonable cost that make them of int… more
Date: August 17, 1961
Creator: Spencer, Neil C.; Parsons, Thomas C. & Howe, Patrick W.
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Double Meson Production In Proton-Deuteron Collisions. II

Description: In a previous publication we reported measurements of the momentum spectra of He<sup>3 and H<sup>3 nuclei produced in collisions of 740-MeV protons with deuterium. The He<sup>3 spectrum exhibited an anomaly in the form of a peak in the region corresponding to double pion production. For reactions resulting in a He<sup>3 the two pions (or particle) can be isotopic spin states 0 or 1; if a H<sup>3 nucleus results only 1 = 1 is allowed. We have since repeated the experiment with a new arrangement … more
Date: August 1961
Creator: Booth, Norman E.; Abnashian, Alexander & Crowe, Kenneth M.
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A Manual of Experiments in Reactor Physics

Description: Nuclear processes are random in character, and, accordingly, are amenable to statistical treatment. In 1905, shortly after the discover of natural radioactivity, E. Von Schweldler showed that the analytical description of the decay distribution of radioactive substances followed from probability considerations regardless of the mechanism involved in the process of atomic disintegration.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Valente, Frank Anthony; Davidson, J. P. (John Pirnie), 1924-; Gisser, David G.; de Moraes, Octavio L.; Bryce, Donald H. & LoGuidice, Joseph M.
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[Byrd Williams III in a car]

Description: Photograph of Byrd Williams III sitting inside of an automobile, possibly driving. He turned to the side and facing forward, with a serious expression on her face. Byrd is wearing a white, collared shirt. The image is slightly out-of-focus.
Date: August 1961
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Byrd IV and a friend seated outdoors]

Description: Photograph of Byrd Williams IV and an unknown friend seated at a patio table outdoors. The unknown boy looks towards Byrd while Byrd is looking down at his hands. Byrd is wearing striped swim shorts and a red towel hangs over the back of his chair. n the background, striped table umbrellas, and bushes are visible.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III
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[Pam and a friend seated outdoors]

Description: Photograph of Pam Williams and an unknown friend seated at a patio table outdoors. Both children are looking off to the side and slightly smiling. Both girls have hair that appears to be wet from swimming. The unknown girl has a towel wrapped around her shoulders. In the background, the exterior of a brick building can be seen.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III
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[Byrd IV, Pam and two friends swimming]

Description: Photograph of Byrd Williams IV, Pam Williams, and two friends swimming in a pool together. Byrd and the unknown boy can be seen swimming at the edge of the pool, on the left side of the image. Pam and the unknown girl are swimming near the edge of the pool on the right. Multiple individuals can be seen lounging by the pool in the background.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III
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[Byrd IV and Pam seated outdoors together]

Description: Photograph of Byrd IV and Pam Williams seated at a patio table outdoors. Both children are looking at the camera with their mouths slightly open and blank expressions. Byrd is wearing red, black, and gray striped, high-waisted swim shorts. Pam is wearing a pink, one-piece bathing suit. A beverage cup can be seen resting on the table in front of them. In the background, striped table umbrellas and bushes are visible.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III
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[Pam and Doris seated outdoors together]

Description: Photograph of Pam and Doris Williams seated at a patio table outdoors. Pam is leaning back in her chair and looking off to the side. Doris is looking off to the while having one hand on her ponytail. The table in front of them contains multiple beverage cups and several other items. Both Pam and Doris are wearing one-piece bathing suits.
Date: August 1961
Creator: Williams, Byrd M. (Byrd Moore), III
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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