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Acoustic waveguide with a cladded core geometry
1.We are indebted to J. T. Krause and C. B. Kurkjian for suggesting the use of doping in and for the observation that it caused no significant increase in the bulk shear wave absorption.
2.P. Andreatch and H. J. McSkimin (unpublished) determined that Corning 7971 (7. 5 wt% in ) has bulk shear and longitudinal velocities of 3. 625 and which, for the shear, is 3.8% less than that of Corning 7940 (pure fused ) with velocities of 3.764 and
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