(e, eγ)-coincidence studies to determine spin-resolved Stokes parameters of the 185 nm emission line in mercury
G Außendorf; F Jüttemann; K Muktavat
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
(e, egamma)-coincidence studies to determine spin-resolved Stokes parameters of the 185 nm emission line in mercury
Aussendorf, G.; Juttemann, F.; Muktavat, K.
Direct Measurement of 185 nm Radiation from Low-Pressure Mercury Lamps Using Diamond-Based Vacuum Ultraviolet Sensors (Brief Communication) [published August 4, 2006]
Suzuki, F.; Ono, K.-i.; Sakai, K.
Total polarization of the 185 nm emission line of mercury excited by electron impact
α decay of Tl186
Ijaz, M. A.; Lin, J.; Robinson, E. L.
Variable color temperature fluorescent lamp
Ravi, J.; Maya, J.
Temperature dependence of VUV transmission of synthetic fused silica
St Franke; H Lange; H Schoepp
Spectral radiance of strong lines in positive column mercury discharges with argon carrier gas
Craig J Sansonetti; Joseph Reader
Spallation neutron source (SNS)
White for the SNS Project, Marion M.
Relation between crystallographic orientation and the condensation coefficients of Hg, Cd, and Te during molecular‐beam‐epitaxial growth of Hg1-xCdxTe and CdTe
Faurie, J. P.; Chu, X.; Sivananthan, S.
Polarized Resonance Radiation in Weak Magnetic Fields
Wood, R. W.; Ellett, A.
Photodegradation of rhodamine B dye using a microwave electrodeless UV lamp (MWUVL)
Shao, Chunlei; Hou, Huiqi; Zhang, Renxi
Photo-Resistance Effect for Metals at Low Temperatures
Bartlett, Russell S.
Modulated structures of Cs 2HgCl 4: the 5 a superstructure at 185 K and the 3 c superstructure at 176 K
van Smaalen, Sander; Bagautdinov, Bagautdin; Ludecke, Jens
Low-pressure microwave plasma ultraviolet lamp for water purification and ozone applications
A I Al-Shamma'a; I Pandithas; J Lucas
Light polarization of mercury 6s6p 1P1 and 6s6p 3P1 resonant transitions excited by electron impact
C Herting; G F Hanne
Isotope specific analysis of the electron impact excited 61S0 to 61P1 transition of mercury using stepwise electron and laser excitation
C W McLucas; H J E Wehr; W R MacGillivray
Determination of the minority carrier mobility of n-type cadmium-mercury-telluride using the Haynes-Shockley method
Duggan, G.; Lacklison, D. E.
Commissioning Experience for the SNS Linac
Kravchuk, L.; Jeon, D.; Holtkamp, N.
Cadmium and mercury levels in saudi women and its possible relationship with hypertension
Ghosh, Mohammad; Mohamed, Gamal; Shammasi, Zaki
Mercury 61P1 relaxation, singlet to triplet transfer under collisions with molecular hydrogen
Bras, N.; Jeannet, J. C.
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