Accession Number : AD0800061
Title : RESEARCH ON A SUITABLE SOAP FILM DISPERSING DEVICE FOR THE STUDY OF SOFT X-RAY EMISSION SPECTRA.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jan-Jul 66,
Corporate Author : GENERAL ELECTRIC CO MILWAUKEE WI
Personal Author(s) : Ehlert, Ralph C.
Report Date : AUG 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 21
Abstract : Experimental conditions have been determined which permit the building of lead melissate (2d = 165A), lead myristate (2d = 80.5A) and lead laurate (2d = 70A) multilayer soap film structures. Data is given comparing the quality of these structures with that of lead stearate. The variation of the width of the aluminum K alpha peak at half maximum intensity as a function of the number of layers present and the variation of the peak to background ratio as a function of the number of layers present is given for a lead myristate structure. Attempts to build multilayers of 9, 10, 12, 13-tetrabromstearic acid and the lead salt of pimaric acid were unsuccessful. The vacuum stability of the various structures is evaluated. (Author)
Descriptors : (*X RAY SPECTROSCOPY, SCATTERING), SOAPS, FILMS, X RAY SPECTRA, LEAD COMPOUNDS, LAURATES, ALUMINUM, DIFFRACTION, STEARATES, STEARIC ACID, MOLECULAR STRUCTURE.
Subject Categories : Solvents, Cleaners, and Abrasives
Nuclear Physics & Elementary Particle Physics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE