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By Erik Kissa

Explaining rules crucial for the translation of information and realizing the true which means of the outcome, this paintings describes carious equipment and methods used to represent dispersions and degree their actual and chemical homes. It describes various dispersions containing debris starting from submicron sizes to aggregates and from difficult debris to polymer latices.

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In the latter case a break in the otherwise linear dependence of r 2 on temperature was indicated at —110°C, which is the known temperature for a cubic-monoclinic transition in this substance. Some recent studies of angular correlation from annihilation in A1203 confirms the importance of crystallinity but also demonstrates the very large influence of adsorbed gases. Adsorbed nitric oxide quenches the narrow component, as might be expected, but oxygen increases the amount of Ps formed (Levseth, 1963).

5) reduces to NT^(r) = (1 + z 1 ) ( l + z 1 g ' ) 2 ; s< z- when άσ/άζί = 0 = οσ/òs, values of s and z, are found for which the error is a minimum. 79. Now, although it is clear that the statistical error increases with increasing k, in practice, coincidences at more than two values of the delay are re­ corded to check for systematic errors. When random coincidences are allowed for, the analysis is similar and equations of the same form as (2), (3), and (5) are found, but extra terms are required.

Eliminating M 0 with the aid of Eq. k) (5) Values of ζη and s, which minimize expression (5), represent the optimum measuring conditions. For the case of two measurements only at delays 0 and t (k = 1) Eq. (5) reduces to NT^(r) = (1 + z 1 ) ( l + z 1 g ' ) 2 ; s< z- when άσ/άζί = 0 = οσ/òs, values of s and z, are found for which the error is a minimum. 79. Now, although it is clear that the statistical error increases with increasing k, in practice, coincidences at more than two values of the delay are re­ corded to check for systematic errors.

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