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9 Time of Flight (m s) Figure 3. 8 degrees. The spectra have been normalized to the same peak Hight, to emphasize the difference in shape. The cross section of hydrogen gas at room temperature (75% ortho; 25% para) is primarily an incoherent one, and so it is usually written in the form (Young & Koppel 1964 or Sears 1%5):- 35 (2a) = where IiwJJ' B(l' (l' + 1)-J (J + 1» and B is the rotational constant while J,l' are rotational quantum numbers. The Pauli principle requires that J be even when the total nuclear spin of the H2 molecule is even (para) and that J be odd (ortho) when the total nuclear spin is 1.
Iii iii. 5 i" iii. iii o om ,·0 Figure 5. The pair correlation function for liquid chlorine at room temperature on the coexistence curve (Sullivan & Egelstaff 1984) as reported by Egelstaff (1985). The analysis of the experimental data was made by the maximum entropy method (Root 1985). 38 experimental structure factor data of Sullivan and Egelstaff (1984) interpreted by the maximum entropy method (Root et al 1988). The experimental data extended from 4 to 110 nm-l, and because of the low vibrational energy of this molecule they required second order inelasticity corrections (similar to equation 12c).
Acoustic Pressure Distributions, Chiefly in Reservoirs and in Pipes by Barus C.