Volume 21, Issue 1, January 1992
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21(1992); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.555913View Description Hide Description
The available experimental thermoydnamic data for NaCl(cr) have been fitted in order to generatethermodynamic values as a function of temperature and for a nominal pressure of 0.1 MPa. Thermal measurements (heat‐capacity values and enthalpy‐increment values) have been fitted with a new method. The fitted function and calculated thermodynamic values are given. Estimates of the inaccuracies of the calculated thermodynamic values are also given.
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Wavelengths, energy levels, level classifications, oscillator strengths, and atomic transition probabilities for the cobalt ions Co VIII to Co XXVII are tabulated. A short review is given for the wavelength measurements on each stage of ionization. Grotrian diagrams are also presented to provide graphical overviews. The literature has been surveyed to March 1990.
Critical Compilation of Surface Structures Determined by Surface Extended X‐Ray Absorption Fine Structure (SEXAFS) and Surface Extended Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (SEELFS)21(1992); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.555912View Description Hide Description
This review critically compiles all surface structures derived by the technique of surface extended x‐ray absorption fine‐structure spectroscopy (SEXAFS) and surface electron energy loss fine‐structure spectroscopy (SEELFS) reported in the refereed literature prior to January 1990. They are compared with the extensive low‐energy electron diffraction(LEED) [P. R. Watson, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 1 6, 953 (1987)] and ion scatteringdatabases [P. R. Watson, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 1 9, 85 (1990)] previously reported. The important experimental and theoretical aspects of such investigations have been extracted into easily understood tabular form supplemented by many figures and ancillary tables and complete references. It is hoped that this compilation will provide a valuable resource both for the surface science specialist and for those nonspecialists in other areas who need surface crystallographic data.
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During the past two decades an increasing number of publications have reported laser‐induced birefringence data for pure liquids. To date there has been no comparative collection of values from these experiments. This paper lists the published values together with hitherto unpublished data of the authors of the optically induced Kerr constant B 0. The normalized parameter B rel for data compared with benzene under stated wavelength conditions of the light used for the measurements is also given.