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Notes on the Excitation Processes in Helium
In the preceding paper an account has been given of experimental work on the excitation function of helium. Here we propose to enter into a fuller discussion of some of the problems involved. WeExpand
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The soft x-ray spectroscopy of solids
  • H. Skinner
  • Materials Science
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 9 September 1940
1. An account is given of new experimental investigations on the radiation emitted from solid elements of the first two groups in the periodic table in the wave-length region 40-500 A. As a result,Expand
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The soft X-ray spectroscopy of solids, II. Emission spectra from simple chemical compounds
K- and L-emission bands, emitted in the soft X-ray region of the spectrum by atoms in a number of chemical compounds, have been investigated. The substances for which such spectra are availableExpand
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On the excitation of polarised light by electron impact
In the course of some experiments on polarisation effects shown by mercury lines, emitted from a low-pressure electron-maintained arc, it was found that the yellow mercury lines λ 5770, 5791 areExpand
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Atomic Collision Processes
Electronic and Ionic Impact PhenomenaBy Prof. H. S. W. Massey and E. H. S. Burhop. (International Series of Monographs on Physics.) Pp. xviii + 670. (Oxford: Clarendon Press; London: OxfordExpand
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The Excitation Potentials of Light Metals. I. Lithium
During recent years a large volume of work has been published on the excitation of soft X-rays from various metals. But the simplest elements, namely lithium and beryllium have received comparativelyExpand
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