Radioactive Xenon 125, and Xenon 127
Anderson, D. L.; Pool, M. L.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
125. In situ observation of xenon hydrate formation in onion tissue by using NMR and powder X-ray diffraction measurement
Ando, H.; Takeya, S.; Kawagoe, Y.
Two-phonon difference scattering in solid xenon
Lyons, K. B.; Fleury, P. A.; Carter, H. L.
The Zeeman Effect of Xenon
Green, J. B.; Hurlburt, E. H.; Bowman, D. W.
S ( 1S) production following electron impact on thiophosgene ( Cl 2CS )
Mutus, J.; Borbely, J.; McConkey, J. W.
Radioactivity Produced by Proton Bombardment of Bromine and Iodine
Creutz, E. C.; Delsasso, L. A.; Sutton, R. B.
Radiative lifetimes and collisional deactivation of two‐photon excited xenon in argon and xenon
Bruce, M. R.; Keto, J. W.; Whitehead, C. A.
Pressure dependence of the solubility of nitrogen, argon, krypton, and xenon in water
Pollack, Gerald L.; Kennan, Richard P.
Photo-assisted electrochemical etching of a nano-gap trench with high aspect ratio for MEMS applications
Hyeon Cheol Kim; Dae Hyun Kim; Kukjin Chun
Left-right asymmetries in elastic and inelastic scattering of polarized electrons from argon, krypton and xenon atoms
M Dummler; G F Hanne; J Kessler
First-order and continuous melting in a two-dimensional system: Monolayer xenon on graphite
Dimon, P.; Horn, P. M.; Sutton, M.
Experimental and theoretical characterization of a multi-wavelength DBD-driven exciplex lamp operated with mercury bromide/rare gas mixtures
Mykola M Guivan; Antonina A Malinina; Antonin Brablec
Efficient extreme ultraviolet emission from xenon-cluster jet targets at high repetition rate laser illumination
Will, Ingo; Stiel, Holger; Ter-Avetisyan, Sargis
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