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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Development of an apparatus for a precise measurement of the Rydberg constant in hydrogen

Ashby, David Ward, 1946- January 1971 (has links)
No description available.
2

The Lyman and Werner photo absorption bands of molecular hydrogen

Fabian, Werner January 1971 (has links)
iv, 137 leaves : ill. / Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library. / Thesis (Ph.D.1972) from the Dept. of Physics, University of Adelaide
3

Oscillator strength measurements for several band systems of molecular hydrogen / by B.R. Lewis

Lewis, Brenton R. January 1972 (has links)
v, 251 [33] leaves : ill. ; 25 cm. / Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library. / Thesis (Ph.D.1972) from the Dept. of Physics, University of Adelaide
4

Fine structure of hydrogen using quantum beat spectroscopy

Schulz, Peter Anfaenger January 1975 (has links)
Thesis. 1975. B.S.--Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Physics. / Includes bibliographical references. / by Peter A. Schulz. / B.S.
5

A study of the distribution of atomic hydrogen in the Andromeda nebula by means of an interference spectrometer

Argyle, Percy Edward January 1964 (has links)
The increasing importance of narrow-band radiations is traced in the recent history of radio astronomy. The need for multi-channel spectrometers to observe these radiations is stressed. The theoretical basis of spectral analysis is given with particular emphasis on autocorrelation or interference methods. A twenty-channel radio-frequency spectrometer designed on interference principles has been constructed and found to perform in accordance with its theory of operation. When used in conjunction with a 25-metre telescope and a hydrogen receiver the spectrometer is capable of producing low-noise wideband spectra at high speed. The spectrometer output was recorded on punched cards, and subsequent data processing was by digital methods. A large area including the position of the spiral galaxy M31 was surveyed with the help of the spectrometer. One hundred and forty-three independent spectra of the 21-cm radiation of atomic hydrogen were obtained and are analyzed in terms of area, velocity, and shape. The major axis of the nebula is found to extend about 2.5° either side of the centre, in agreement with the work of van de Hulst, Raimond, and van Woerden (1957). The length of the minor axis, after correction for the effect of the antenna beamwidth, is only 40', a result which indicates a reduction in the inclination (of the plane of the galaxy to the line of sight) from 14.5° to 8.2°. This lower value leads to an upward revision of the optical axial ratio (of galactic thickness to galactic diameter) to 0.2, while maintaining a low ratio (0.07, Schmidt, 1957) for the distribution of atomic hydrogen. A high axial ratio would clear the way for a reinterpretation of the optical velocities of emission nebulae in M31 (Mayall, 1950), which have so far appeared to be in violent contradiction to the radio velocities (van de Hulst et al, 1957). It is suggested that many of these emission objects may lie some distance from the plane of the galaxy. The position angle of M31, as revealed by the spectrometer observations is distinctly less than the 38° established optically. A new value of 33° is proposed and it is suggested that the former value can be accounted for in terms of an increased axial ratio and the observed asymmetries in the light distribution. The velocity of the centre of gravity of M31 has been obtained by summation of all 143 spectra. The result, -295.6±0.4 km/sec with respect to the local standard of rest, is in complete agreement with that found by van de Hulst (ibid). Radial motions of a few km/sec are possible in the outer parts of M31 but their presence has not been established. Many of the spectra have multiple peaks, which may be interpreted in terms of spiral structure. The velocities of certain concentrations of atomic hydrogen are measurable but their positions are not resolved by the antenna beam. / Science, Faculty of / Physics and Astronomy, Department of / Graduate
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STUDY OF DISSOCIATIVE ELECTRONIC STATES OF THE HYDROGEN HALIDE MOLECULES AND MOLECULAR IONS YIELDING HYDROGEN ION THROUGH TIME-OF-FLIGHT SPECTROSCOPY (PREDISSOCIATION, NEGATIVE ION).

KITTAMS, BRUCE BOWLING. January 1984 (has links)
This dissertation describes the results of time-of-flight spectroscopic examination of H⁺ ions resulting from electron bombardment of the hydrogen halide molecules HF, HCl, HBr, and HI. The time-of-flight spectra of the H⁺ fragments and their corresponding H⁺ fragment kinetic energy spectra are used to study the dissociative processes that yield H⁺ fragments for electron bombardment energies in the 15 eV to 51 eV range. The H⁺ fragments are produced in an interaction region defined by a pulsed electron beam colliding with the target gas. By keeping the gas pressure sufficiently low to guarantee that the fragment path length to the ion detector is much less than the mean-free path length in the gas, the fragments' velocities can be considered a sample of fragment velocities produced by the electron beam and hydrogen halide gas in the interaction region. The geometry of the interaction region primarily detected fragments produced at 90° to the electron beam axis. The electron gun used was designed to allow computer control of the electron bombardment energy. The computer also controlled a programmable multichannel analyzer that allowed the data to be acquired in a fashion that permitted normalization of the H⁺ TOF spectra taken at different electron bombardment energies. This normalization procedure allowed the use of ionization efficiency curves in detection of the thresholds of H⁺ production channels for HCl and HBr. For HF and HI the thresholds of H⁺ production channels had to be determined by visual examination of the TOF spectra. The electronic structure of the hydrogen halide molecules has been a popular topic of study over the years. Since this work represents the first TOF study of electronic excitation processes that lead to dissociation resulting in H⁺ fragments from the hydrogen halides, it should prove to be a significant contribution toward an understanding of the highly excited electronic states of these molecules and their molecular ions. The interpretation of the results obtained indicated that both configuration interactions between adiabatic electronic states that lead to predissociation-type processes and inner valence shell excitations were probably the primary contributors to the H⁺ fragment production.

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