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Journal of Research of NBS, Section A: Physics and Chemistry

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 63A

 ISSN: 0022-4332

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 1 July 1959


Description and analysis of the first spectrum of iodine, p. 1
Kiess, C. C.; Corliss, C. H.

CH in the solar spectrum, p. 19
Moore, Charlotte E.; Broida, Herbert P.

Infrared studies in the 1- to 15-micron region to 30,000 atmospheres, p. 55
Weir, C. E.; Lippincott, E. R.; Van Valkenburg, A; Bunting, E. N.

Phosphinoborine compounds: mass spectra and pyrolysis, p. 63
Wall, Leo A.; Straus, Sidney; Florin, Roland E.; Mohler, Fred L.; Bradt, Paul

Experimental and theoretical study of kinetics of bulk crystallization in poly(chlorotrifluoroethylene), p. 67
Hoffman, John D.; Weeks, James J.; Murphey, W. M.

Issue 2 September 1959


Reflection of fast neutrons from water, p. 101
Berger, Martin J.; Cooper, John W.

Some vibrational-rotational bands of deuterated methanes, p. 145
Allen, Harry C.; Plyler, Earle K.

Precise coulometric titration of acids and bases, p. 153
Taylor, John K.; Smith, Stanley W.

Heat of formation of titanium tetraiodide, p. 161
Johnson, W. H.; Gilliland, A. A.; Prosen, E. J.

Reactions of pentafluorohalobenzenes, p. 167
Pummer, Walter J.; Wall, Leo A.

Tritium-labeled compounds I. Radioassay of tritium-labeled compounds in "infinitely thick" films with a windowless, gas-flow, proportional counter, p. 171
Isbell, Horace S.; Frush, Harriet L.; Peterson, Ruth A.

Tritium-labeled compounds II. General-purpose apparatus, and procedures for the preparation, analysis, and use of tritium oxide and tritium-labeled lithium borohydride, p. 177
Isbell, Horace S.; Moyer, Joseph D.

Preparation of trichloride and tetrachloride of molybdenum, p. 185
Couch, Dwight E.; Brenner, Abner

Infrared spectra of asphalts, p. 189
Beitchman, Burton D.

Issue 3 November 1959


Mutiple ionization of rare gases by electron impact, p. 201
Krauss, M.; Reese, R. M.; Dibeler, V. H.

Light scattering by commercial sugar solutions, p. 205
Rieger, Carl J.; Carpenter, Frank G.

Analysis of the first spectrum of ruthenium (Ru I), p. 213
Kessler, K. G.

Supplementary Zeeman data for the first spectrum of ruthenium (Ru I), p. 253
McNally, J. Rand, Jr.; Kessler, K. G.

Low even configurations in the first spectrum of ruthenium (Ru I), part 2, p. 255
Trees, R. E.

Thermal degradation of polymers at high temperatures, p. 261
Madorsky, Samuel L.; Straus, Sidney

Influence of impurities on the pyrolysis of polyamides, p. 269
Straus, Sidney; Wall, Leo A.

A preliminary list of levels and g-values for the first spectrum of thorium (Th I), p. 275
Zalubas, Romuald

OH in the solar spectrum, p. 279
Moore, Charlotte E.; Broida, Herbert P.

Use of Chebychev polynomials in thin film computations, p. 297
Mielenz, Klaus D.

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