On the Theory of the Electrostatic Beta‐Particle Energy Spectrograph. III
1.A. J. Dempster, Phys. Rev. 51, 67 (1937).
2.Marguerite M. Rogers, A. W. McReynolds, and F. T. Rogers, Jr., Phys. Rev. 57, 379 (1940).
3.F. T. Rogers, Jr., Rev. Sci. Inst. 8, 22 (1937). The angle Φ was restricted to 127° and the treatment can be considered only as approximately relativistic for the lower speeds.
4.Cf., e.g., J. C. Slater and N. H. Frank, Introduction to Theoretical Physics (McGraw‐Hill, 1933), page 78.
5.The stray‐field effect in such an apparatus as this may be experimentally allowed for by relocating the source S and detector C. See, e.g., F. T. Rogers, Jr., Rev. Sci. Inst. 11, 19 (1940).
5.Or S and C may be left on the median line, in which case the stray‐field effect appears as a small “correction” applied to the measured P or Φ values; see, e.g., S. K. Allison, L. S. Skaggs, and N. M. Smith, Jr., Phys. Rev. 57, 550 (1940).
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