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Detection of Nuclear Disintegration in a Photographic Emulsion
IT has been shown recently by Chadwick and Goldhaber1, and by Fermi and his collaborators2, that some light nuclei, particularly lithium and boron, are disintegrated by slow neutrons. In the case ofExpand
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The Effect of Ultra High-Frequency Currents (Ultra Short Waves) combined with Non-Lethal Doses of Radium Radiations upon Experimental Rat Tumours
1. The method is described for the treatment of experimental animals by ultra high-frequency currents. 2. This treatment has no effect on the rate of growth of a tumour receiving radium treatment.Expand
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The role of carbon dioxide in oxygen poisoning
  • H. J. Taylor
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 15 September 1949
Oxygen convulsions are believed by many workers to be caused by an accumulation of carbon dioxide in the body, one suggestion being that the oxyhaemoglobin is not reduced in the capillaries inExpand
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The effect of breathing oxygen at atmospheric pressure on tissue oxygen and carbon dioxide tensions
  • H. J. Taylor
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 15 May 1949
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The disintegration of boron by neutrons
The tracks of the particles which result from the disintegration of boron by neutrons have been recorded by impregnating the emulsion of a photographic plate with borax. It is shown that there areExpand
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Locusts in Sunlight
WHEN tropical lizards, which by night are cool and torpid, absorb the rays of the sun, they become as warm and active as a warm-blooded animal. The cages at the Gardens of the Zoological SocietyExpand
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The Transmission of Infra-Red Radiation by a Thin Layer of Horn
The layer of horn used for this research was peeled in relatively large sheets off the skin after the subject had been exposed to an arc lamp. Microscopic sections of it showed several layers ofExpand
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