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J. Demaison ... [et al.] ; Herausgeber : K.-H. Hellwege und A.M. Hellwege
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, 1982-1983  2 v. ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Landolt-Börnstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwissenschaften und Technik, Neue Serie / Gesamtherausgabe, K.-H. Hellwege ; Gruppe 2 . Atom- und Molekularphysik ; Bd. 14
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The references are presented below the abstract of each pdf-document to allow cross-reference linking / Group V:
Title Page, Preface
Introductory material
Landolt-Bornstein
Title Page
Group III: Condensed Matter / Landolt-Börnstein ; H. Fischer0:
Group II: Molecules and Radicals
Contributors
Preface
Geophysics / 2:
Authors / Volume 16:
Notations, constants, and general relations / J. DemaisonVolume 2:
Astronomical instruments
Ferroelectrics and Related Substances
Molecular Constants Mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Electron Resonance Spectroscopy
Magnetic properties of 3d, 4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds
Introduction / 6:
Magnetic properties of rare earth elements, alloys and compounds
Geophysics of the Solid Earth, the Moon and the Planets
General introduction
Non-Oxides / 1.1:
Subvolume A
Diamagnetic Molecules / M. Hantel ; W. Huttner1.1 - 1.4:
Ocean waves / Subvolume A:
List of space group symbols for various settings
See Vol.19A
2.3 See Vol.19D1
See Vol.19D1
Title Page, Contributors, Preface
Nucleon nucleon scattering / J.R. Morton
Optical telescopes
3d elements / D. Griller
Alphabetical list of frequently used prototypes / 6.1:
General remarks / H. Kraus1.5:
List of symbols and abbreviations / L. Magaard2.4:
List of syrnbols and abbreviations
2.5 See Vol.19D2
The earth in the planetary system (See Vol. 2A) / H.R. Kirchmayr
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements / K.F. Preston ; H. Paul ; J.J.M. FranseI:
Total cross sections / C.-D. Schonwiese2.6:
Solar telescopes
The earth in the planetary system
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-radical reactions
Literature covered and selection of data / L.A. Mysak1.5.1:
See Vol.19E1
Tables / E. Burzo ; R. Gersdorf1.3:
Elements / G. Zibold
Constants of diamagnetic molecules / 2.7:
Properties of the solid earth
Inorganic radicals
Nonconjugated carbon radicals
AgAlCdS - CuTeYb (See Vol.14B1) / H. WänkeI A:
Climate definition
Total and integrated cross sections for pp, pd and dd scattering / P. Morin2.1 - 2.4:
Photoelectric photometry
Classification and basic features
Arrangement of tables and data / 11.1:
Compounds of rare earth elements and 3d elements
Seismicity and the interior of the earth (See Vol. 2A)
Ti, V, Cr, Mn / 1.1.2:
DyErTe - HoPrS / 6.2:
3d elements and Cu, Ag or Au
Borides
lntroduction / 2.4.1:
Origin of the earth in the solar system / I B:
Qualitative definitions of climate / W. Rosenthal1.1.1.1:
Compounds of rare earth elements and Be, Mg, Zn, Cd or Hg / 4:
See Vol.19B
Total and integrated cross sections for neutrons on protons and nuclei / 3.1:
Photographic emulsions
Self-reactions
HoS - PTeU
Abbreviations and units used for presenting the data / 11.2:
Heat flow and temperature distribution in the earth's interior / 2.7.1:
Definition of ferroelectrics and antiferroelectrics / 1.1.3:
Ti / E. Tiemann ; E. Groten
Carbides
Alkyl radicals / 2.4.1.1:
Wind waves and swell / I C:
PaS - TeZr
The climate system / 1.5.1.2:
Dipole moments / 5:
Total cross sections of antiprotons on protons and deuterons / 1.2.1:
Spectrometers and spectrographs
Cross reactions
Indexes / 6.2.0:
General / 2.7.1.1:
Oceanic and continental heat-flow data / 2.6.1:
Remarks on some fundamental concepts and quantities / 1.6:
Survey
The motion of the earth
V
Definition of the various kinds of magnetism
Hydrides
Hydrogen-centered radicals / 2.4.1.2:
Primary alkyl radicals
List of symbols / I D:
Figures
Crystallography and metallurgy / 1.5.1.2.1:
Oceanic heat flow data (See Vol. 2A)
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for elastic pp, pd and dd scattering / 1.2.2:
Optical high resolution methods
Relative rate constants
References for 2 and 3 (See Vol.14B1) / 6.2.1:
List of symbols and units / 11.4:
Phase diagrams. Crystal structure / 2.7.1.2:
Symbols and units / 2.2.1.2:
Abbreviations, notation and units
Cr
Spin-glass behaviour and micromagnetism
Diatomic molecules / 2.4.1.3:
Lithium-centered radicals / D.S. Chapman
Noncyclic secondary alkyl radicals
Alphabetical index of mineral and common names / J.P. LorandI E:
References for 11 / 1.5.1.2.2:
Magnetism
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at low momenta / 2.6.2:
X-ray and gamma-ray instruments
Diatomic molecules: Rotational and related constants
List of universal constants / 6.2.2:
Survey of contents / G. Wlodarczak2.7.2:
Mn / 2.3:
Diamagnetism
Climate models (See Vol.4C2)
Continental heat flow data
Beryllium-centered radicals
Noncyclic tertiary alkyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-molecule addition reactions / I F:
The deterministic description of a linear plane wave, its energy and momentum density / 1.1.1.5:
RX compounds / 1.5.1.2.3:
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at high momenta / 2.4.1.3.1:
Infrared techniques
The present global surface climate (See Vol.4C2) / 2.0:
Glossary of general abbreviations
Linear molecules / 2.7.3:
Publications on ferroelectrics / 1.9:
Units and definitions
References for 1.1.1
Paramagnetism
Units / 14:
Boron-centered radicals
Monocyclic alkyl radicals
Linear molecules: Rotational and related constants / II:
The energy density spectrum
Differential cross sections for elastic pd and dd scattering / 1.5.1.2.4:
Radio astronomical receiver systems
Tables of nuclear quadrupole interaction parameters / M.B. Stearns6.2.4:
Data
Orbital motion of the earth
Ferromagnetism
Definitions / 2.7.4:
Carbon-centered radicals
Polycyclic alkyl radicals
Methyl radical
Surface waves in deep water
Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.2.5:
Symmetric top molecules / 6.4:
Polarization parameters for elastic pp scattering / 2.2.1.2.2:
Positions and time determination, astronomical constants
Oxides (See Vol.16A)
Fe, Co, Ni
Introductory remarks / 6.2.5:
Symmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants / 2.4.1.3.3:
Primary parameters of the earth's rotational motion in space
Antiferromagnetism / 1.1.2.1:
Measurements / J. Vogt
Nitrogen-centered radicals
σ-electronic carbon radicals
Inorganic crystals other than oxides
Other acyclic hydrocarbon radicals
Surface waves in shallow water
Scope of consideration / 1.5.1.2.6:
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for np elastic and charge exchange scattering / 2.7.5:
Determination of astronomical latitude and longitude
Nuclear constants of quadrupolar elements / 6.2.6:
Forced nutation / 1.3.0:
Metamagnetism / 1.1.2.2:
X-rich compounds
Continental heat flow literature / 2.4.2:
Oxygen-centered radicals
Vinyl-type radicals
SbSI family
Cycloalkyl radicals
References for 6.2
Physical principles generally governing Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.3:
Time determination / 2.7.6:
Asymmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants / 15:
Phase diagrams, lattice constants and elastic moduli
Ratios of nuclear quadrupole moments of isotopic nuclides / 14.3:
J. Demaison
The rotation of the earth / 1.3.1:
Remarks and relations concerning various quantities / D. Olbers1.1.2.3:
Continental heat flow results / 2.4.2.1:
Fluorine-centered radicals
Aryl radicals
HCl family
Inorganic molecules
Cumyl radical
Tables of differential elastic np cross sections (including charge exchange scattering) at low energies / 1.5.1.3.1:
The system of astronomical constants
Paramagnetic properties / 16:
Values of <$$> for the valence states of some neutral atoms / 14.4:
Quadrupole coupling constants / 2.7.7:
Methane, ethane, propane derivatives / 1.3.2:
Tidal dissipation
Internal gravity waves / 1.1.2.4:
Curie-Weiss law
Global heat flow
Sodium-centered radicals
Acyl radicals
NaNO2 family
Alkyl radicals containing heteroatoms
References for 14 / 6.3.0:
Ternary compounds
Differential elastic np cross sections at high energies / 2.4.2.2:
The solar system
Aliphatic molecules with double and triple carbon-bonds / 17:
Spontaneous magnetization, magnetic moments and high-field susceptibility
Atomic quadrupole coupling constants of some elements
The Celestial Ephemeris Pole / 2.7.8:
List of symbols and indices / 1.1.2.5:
Magnetization
References for 2.2.1.2
Magnesium-centered radicals
References for 3.1 and 3.2
KNO3 family
Elemento-organic compounds
Phenyl radicals
References for 2.7 / 6.3.1:
Differential np charge exchange cross sections at high energies / 2.2.2:
The sun
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy constants / 18:
Sternheimer antishielding factor for atoms, free ions and ions in crystals
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust (See Vol. 2A) / 2.8:
Elements with two or three internal rotors / A. Berndt1.3.4:
Bibliography for 1.2
Arrott plots / 1.1.2.6:
Climate variations
Aluminum-centered radicals / H. Oesterreicher2.4.2.3:
PbHPO4 family
Vinyl and acyl radicals
Polarization parameters of elastic np scattering / E.A. Lubimova6.3.2:
The quiet sun
Saturated cyclic compounds / 19:
Magnetostriction coefficients
Transition frequencies between nuclear quadrupole energy levels
Carbon radicals with conjugated &pi-systems / K. Oesterreicher
Observational techniques / 1.1.2.7:
Magnetic anisotropy
Silicon-centered radicals
KDP (KH2PO4) family / 4.1:
Unsaturated cyclic and aromatic compounds
Aromatic radical cations
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior / 6.3.3:
Differential cross sections and polarization of elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 1.2.13:
Solar activity
Form factors, densities and magnetic moments / 20:
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 5/2
Compounds based on rare earth elements and B
Seismicity and the interior of the earth / 2.4.2.4:
Space-time scales / 1.1.2.8:
High-frequency properties
Information sources
Phosphorus-centered radicals / F.D. Stacey2.8.1:
(NH4)2SO4 family / 4.2:
Polymer radicals / 2.1.1:
The planets and their satellites / 6.3.4:
Hyperfine fields, isomer shifts and relaxation time / G. Schneider21:
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 7/2
Binary rare earth borides
Radicals with 3 conjugated π-electrons
Equations of motion / A.L.J. Beckwith1.4.1:
Hall resistivity
Remarks on statistical problems
Heat transport in the earth's interior / 2.10:
Sulfur-centered radicals
NH4HSO4 family / 4.2.1:
Mechanical data of the planets and satellites / 6.3.5:
Seismicity / 22:
Spin wave properties
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 9/2
Allyl and deuterated allyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Fragmentation and rearrangement reactions / 1.4.2:
Kinematics of linear small-scale waves / 1.1.2.10:
Remarks on some concepts of metallurgy
History of paleoclimate and neoclimate before the modern interval
Electrical properties of the earth's interior
Chlorine-centered radicals
(NH4)3H(SO4)2 family / 4.2.2:
Linear and symmetric top moleculesJ. Demaison
General features of the data / 6.3.6:
Physics of the planets and satellites
g factors and ferromagnetic resonance properties / 23:
Nuclear quadrupole resonance data
Alkyl-substituted allyl radicals / U. Schmucker
Spectral models / 1.4.3:
Quenched bulk alloys
History of neoclimate since the modern interval (1659 AD)
Potassium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.6:
NH4LiSO4 family / 4.2.3:
Table of differential cross sections for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 6.3.7:
Small bodies in the solar system
Asymmetric top molecules / 24:
Fermi surfaces, band structures, exchange energies and electron spin polarizations
Depth distribution of the electrical conductivity
Allyl radicals containing F, Cl, Br
Fragmentation reactions / 1.4.4:
Spectral dynamics / 1.1.2.12:
Quench-condensation
Overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Calcium-centered radicals / 2.8.1.3:
Langbeinite-type family / 4.2.4:
Table of polarization parameters for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 6.3.8:
The asteroids (minor planets)
Geometric and dynamic source parameters / 25:
Optical constants, magneto-optic Kerr or Faraday effect
Resonance data tables
Hindered rotation / 2.4.2.7:
Allyl radicals containing O
Rearrangement reactions / 1.4.5:
References for 6.3 / 1.1.2.13:
Annealing
Spectral overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Scandium-centered radicals / 2.8.2:
Lecontite (NaNH4SO4·2H2O) family / 4.2.5:
Errata
References for 1.4 / 1.5.1.4.4:
Meteors and meteorites
Radiation pattern and source mechanisms / 26:
Index of substances (See Vol.13E)
Specific heat, resistivity, magnetoresistance, Hall coefficients, Seebeck coefficients and thermal conductivity
Deuterium / W. Zahel
Allyl radicals containing S
Ageing / 3.3.3:
Summary of possible causes of climate variations
Vanadium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.2:
Alum (NH4Fe(SO4)2·12H2O) family / 4.2.6:
Symmetric top rnolecules / 1.5.1.4.5:
Kaon nucleon elastic and charge exchange scattering / 1.2.20:
Comets
Seismic source spectrum and magnitude / 27:
References for 1.1.2
Astronomical tides
Lithium
Derivation of apparent resistivity estimates from experimental electric and electromagnetic data / 2.8.1.5:
Allyl radicals containing N and P
Cold working / 3.3.4:
Cobalt-centered radicals / 2.3.1.3:
GASH (C(NH2)3Al(SO4)2·6H2O) family / 4.2.7:
Linear and symmetric top molecules
Survey of data / 1.5.1.5:
Interplanetary dust and zodiacal light
The spatial distribution of earthquake foci / 28:
Alloys between 3d elements
Beryllium
Inversion of electromagnetic response estimates
Allyl radicals containing Si, Ge, and Sn
Surveys / 3.3.5:
Glossary
Copper-centered radicals / 2.3.1.4:
LiH3(SeO3)2 family / 4.2.8:
Interplanetary particles and magnetic field / D. Bonnenberg1.5.1.6:
Seismic return period and earthquake statistics / 29:
The tide-generating potential
Boron
Asymmetric top rnolecules / 2.4.2.9:
Principle constraints of interpretation
Methylene allyl radicals
3d transition elements with Cu / K.A. Hempel3.4:
References for 15
Zinc-centered radicals / 2.8.2.1:
Colemanite (Ca2B6O11·5H2O) / 4.2.9:
Tables of total cross sections of (K+-)p and (K+-)d scattering / 1.5.1.7:
Abundances of the elements in the solar system
Macroseismic effects / 30:
The tidal dynamical equations / H.P.J. Wijn
- 9 Nitrogen / D. Etling
Magnetic constants
General notes on response data and models in figures and tables of subsection 2.3.1
Iminoallyl radicals
3d transition elements with Ag / A. Dubrulle3.5:
Gallium-centered radicals / 10:
Tables of differential cross sections for elastic (K+-)p scattering / 4.2.10:
Chronology of the solar system
K4Fe(CN)6·3H2O family
Earthquake prediction
Alloys between Fe, Co or Ni
Time dependence of the tidal field of motion
The Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL)
Oxygen
The electrical resistivity in the continental crust / 2.8.2.2:
Phenyl- and aryl-substituted allyl radicals
Comprehensive index (See Vol.2C)
3d transition elements with Au / 31:
RNi compounds / 16.1:
Germanium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.7:
Diatomic rnolecules / 4.2.11:
Tables of differential cross sections for charge exchange scattering / 1.2.25:
SC(NH2)2
C-C bonds
References for 2.1.1
Phase diagrams, lattice parameters
Open ocean tides
Sodium
The electrical resistivity of the mantle from observations on continents / 2.9.2:
Aza-allyl and phospha-allyl radicals
References for 1.5.1 / 32:
Arsenic-centered radicals / W. HUTtner16.2:
C-Si and C-Ge bonds / 4.2.12:
Tables of polarizations in elastic (K+-)p scattering / G. Müller1.5.2:
N(CH3)4HgCl3 family
Magnetic properties
Co-oscillating tides
The vertical structure of the PBL
Magnesium
The resistivity of crust and mantle beneath oceans
Semicyclic allyl radicals
C-O bonds / 33:
Selenium-centered radicals / W. Zürn1.2.1.2.1:
References for 2 / 4.2.13:
Cu(HCOO)2·4H2O
C-S and C-Se bonds
Vertical distribution of tidal currents
3d elements and Be, Mg, Zn or Hg
Theoretical basis
Aluminum
References for 2.3.1 / 2.8.2.4:
Cyclopropenyl radicals
Seismic waves and free oscillations / 34:
Bromine-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.2:
C-N and C-P bonds / 4.2.14:
DSP (Ca2Sr(CH3CH2COO)6) family / V. Haak2.1.2.0:
Hyperfine magnetic fields, isomer shifts
References for 6.4
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Be
The surface layer
Sulfur
Isocyclic allyl radicals
Other bonds / 35:
Krypton-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.3:
Index of substances (See Vol.19D3) / E. Mittelsteadt4.2.15:
Anomalies of the electrical conductivity in the earth's crust and upper mantle
CH2ClCOONH4 family / 1.2.29:
Spin waves
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Mg
The Planetary Boundary Layer
Chlorine
Heterocyclic allyl radicals / 2.8.2.5:
Body waves / 36:
Rubidium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.4:
Upwelling regions / 4.2.16:
Chlorine (See Vol.20B)
TGS ((NH2CH2COOH)3·H2SO4) family / 1.2.30:
Atomic magnetic moment, magnetic moment density, g and g' factor
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Zn or Hg / 7.1:
Observations in the PBL
Potassium - Rubidium (See Vol.20B)
Bicyclic and tricyclic allyl radicals / 2.3.2.1:
Surface waves / 37:
Zirconium - Bismuth (See Vol.20C) / 1.2.1.2.5:
Strontium-centered radicals
NH2CH2COOH·AgNO3 / 4.2.17:
Spontaneous magnetization, Curie temperature
References for 1.5.2 / 7.2:
Modelling of the PBL
Diagrams of NQR frequencies and related properties (See Vol.20C)
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allyl radicals / 2.3.2.2:
Free oscillations / 38:
Yttrium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.6:
Open ocean upwelling zones / 4.2.18:
Representation of experimental data / J.G. Booth
(NH2CH2COOH)2·HNO3 / 1.2.32:
High-field susceptibility
Allenyl (propargyl) radicals / 7.3:
Diagrams / 39:
Niobium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.16:
Coastal upwelling / 4.2.19:
3d elements and B, Al, Ga, In or TI
Resolution and reliability / 4.3:
(NH2CH2COOH)2·MnCl2·2H2O / 1.2.33:
References for 2.1.2
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy
References for chapter 4 / 7.4:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allenyl radicals / 2.3.2.4:
Rhodium-centered radicals / 40:
References
References for 7 / A.M. Dziewonski
Structure formulas (See Vol.20C)
Selection of anomalies / 2.8.2.8:
(CH3NHCH2COOH)3·CaCl2 / 1.2.34:
Appendix: Additions to Chapter 2 Index of substances (See Vol.14B)
Magnetostriction
References for 16 / 8:
Radicals with 5 conjugated π-electrons / 2.4.2.17:
Indexes (See Vol.20C) / D.L. Anderson ; G. Koslowski41:
Silver-centered radicals
3d-B alloys and compounds / 4.3.1:
Presentation of results
Rochelle salt (NaKC4H4O6·4H2O) family / 1.2.35:
Magnetomechanical properties, elastic moduli, sound velocity
Index of gross molecular formulas / 1.5.3.3:
Pentadienyl radicals / 2.8.2.9:
Structure, elastic and rheological properties and density of the earth's interior / 42:
Ice in the ocean / 1.2.1.2.10:
Cadmium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.18:
3d-Al alloys and compounds / 4.3.2:
Index of substance names
List of compiled conductivity anomalies
LiNH4C4H4O6·H2O family / 1.2.36:
Thermomagnetic properties, thermal expansion coefficient, specific heat, Debye temperature, thermal conductivity
Pentadiinyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.1:
Index of CAS registry numbers / 1.2.1.2.11:
Indium-centered radicals
Miscellanea / 4.3.3:
Sc-Al / 2.1.3.1:
Errata (See Vol.20C)
Description of anomalies
Galvanomagnetic properties / 1.2.37:
Corrections (See Vol.31B) / 1.5.3.3.2:
Semicyclic pentadienyl radicals / 2.4.2.19:
The Gross Earth Data Set
Structure of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.12:
Tin-centered radicals
Miscellaneous crystals (including oxides) and polymers / 4.3.4:
Ti-Al / 2.1.3.2:
References for 2.3.2
Magneto-optical properties / 1.2.38:
Cyclopentadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.3:
The earth model
Salinity of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.13:
Composition of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2A) / 2.4.2.20:
Antimony-centered radicals
Liquid crystals and related liquids / 4.3.5:
V-Al / 2.1.3.3:
Ferromagnetic resonance properties / 1.2.39:
Tides of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 1.5.3.3.4:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclopentadienyl radicals
Thermophysical properties of sea ice / 1.2.1.3:
Tellurium-centered radicals
Cr-Al / 4.3.6:
Gravity field and figure of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 2.8.2.11:
References for 2.1.3 / 1.2.40:
References for 1.2.1
Cyclohexadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.5:
Elastic properties and deformation of sea ice / 2.1.4:
References for 2.4
Iodine-centered radicals
Mn-Al / C. Prodehl ; K. Adachi4.3.7:
Magnetic field of the earth
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclohexadienyl radicals / A. Chelkowski1.2.41:
Strength of sea ice
Xenon-centered radicals
Structure of the earth's crust and upper mantle / 4.3.8:
Alloys between Ti, V, Cr or Mn
Fe-Al / 8.6:
Compounds of rare earth elements and 4d or 5d elements / 2.8.2.12:
Pyryl radicals
Ice cover characteristics of the world ocean
Sources of the geomagnetic field / 2.5.1:
Cesium-centered radicals
Co-Al / 4.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyryl radicals / 4.1.1:
References for 8
External part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.5.2:
Barium-centered radicals
Procedure of interpretation / 4.3.10:
V-Ti
Ni-Al / 9:
Pseudoternary compounds / H.G. Gierloff-emden4.1.2:
Survey of compounds and properties
Thiapyryl radicals
Internal part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.8.3.1:
Lanthanum-centered radicals
Main features of continental and oceanic crustal structure / 4.3.11:
Cr-Ti
3d-Ga compounds
Coastal oceanography / 4.1.3:
Compounds with transition metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.1:
Pyridinyl radicals
Spherical harmonics in geomagnetism / 9.1:
Tungsten-centered radicals
Presentation of individual results / 4.3.12:
Cr-V
Sc-Ga
References for 2.5
Definitions and spatial extensions / 4.1.4:
Compounds with rare earth metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.2:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyridinyl radicals
References for 4.1 / 9.2:
Gold-centered radicals
Main features of the structure of the lower lithosphere and asthenosphere / 4.3.13:
Mn-Ti
Ti-Ga
Classification of coasts / 1.2.47:
References for 2.8 / 1.5.3.4.3:
Phosphorinyl radicals
Magnetic field on the surface and the interior of the earth / 9.3:
Mercury-centered radicals
References for 2.1.4 / 4.4:
Mn-V
V-Ga
The high-energy environment of the coastal zone / 1.2.48:
Radicals with 7 conjugated π-electrons / W. Bosum1.5.3.4.4:
Thallium-centered radicals / 9.4:
Mn-Cr / 4.4.1:
Cr-Ga
Compounds of rare earth elements and Al, Ga, In or Tl
The shore as the interaction zone of sea and land / R. Pucher1.2.49:
Heptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.5:
Lead-centered radicals / H. Roeser9.5:
Mn-Ga / 4.4.2:
Wave effects on coasts / 1.2.50:
Cycloheptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.6:
Alloys of Fe, Co or Ni and Ti, V, Cr or Mn / R. Von Herzen
Crustal anomalies and their cause / 9.6:
Bismuth-centered radicals
Fe-Ga / 4.4.3:
Tide effects on coasts / 4.2.1.0:
Cyclooctatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.7:
Oceanic heat flow data
Ytterbium-centered radicals / 9.7:
Co-Ga / 4.4.4:
Estuaries and lagoons as coastal water bodies / 4.2.1.1:
Benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.8:
Fe-Ti
Definition of the crustal anomalies / 9.8:
References for 1.2
Ni-Ga / 4.4.5:
References for 2.9
Coastal lagoons / 4.2.1.2:
Benzyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / A. V.Zelewsky1.5.3.4.9:
Western and South Pacific
Fe-V
Layout and execution of geomagnetic surveys / 9.9:
Cu-Ga / 4.4.6:
River discharge affecting coastal waters / C. Daul4.2.1.3:
Bicyclic benzyl-type radicals derived from indanone and phthalide / 1.5.3.5:
Northeast and Central Pacific
Fe-Cr
Compounds of rare earth elements and C, Si, Ge, Sn or Pb / 9.10:
Data handling
3d-In alloys and compounds / 4.4.7:
Radicals in metal complexes / 2.10.1:
Chemical and biological effects on the coastal zone
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.5.1:
East Pacific
Fe-Mn
Interpretation methods / 9.11:
Sc-In / 4.5:
Climatologic-meteorologic effects on coasts. Oceanic-atmospheric coupled systems / 2.10.2:
Radicals with 9 conjugated π-electrons / 1.5.3.5.2:
North Atlantic
Co-Tl
Magnetic anomalies of the continental crust / 9.12:
Mn-In / 4.5.1:
Sea level change and the coastal zone / 2.10.3:
Cyclooctatetraenylmethyl / 1.5.3.5.3:
South Atlantic
Co-V
Marine magnetic anomalies / 9.13:
Ni-In / 4.5.2:
Complexes of group IIa: Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba / 2.10.4:
References for 9
Indenyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.6:
Indian Ocean
Co-Cr
References for 2.10
Economic aspects
3d-Tl alloys and compounds / 4.5.3:
Complexes of group IIIb: B, Al, Ga, In / 4.2.1.8:
alpha-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.7:
Marginal Seas
Co-Mn
Bibliography for 4.2.1
References for 1.5.3 / 4.5.4:
Complexes of group IVb: Ge, Sn, Pb
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from indole and carbazole
References for 2.2.1.1
Ni-Ti
Complexes of group Vb: Sb / 4.5.5:
Continental heat flow data (See Vol. 2B)
Magnetic and electric fields due to electromagnetic induction by external sources
beta-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 2.2.5:
Ni-V
Complexes of group IIIa: Y, La, Lu / L. Rybach4.2.2.0:
Quinolinyl and related radicals / 2.2.6:
Ni-Cr
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust / 4.2.2.1:
Complexes of group IVa: Ti / 1.2.3.12:
Basic observations and theoretical concepts
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from anthracene and phenanthrene and related to hydro-naphthyl / 2.2.7:
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Ni-Mn
Complexes of group Va: V / 4.2.2.2:
Heat transport in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Response functions for induced magnetic and electric fields
Radicals with 11 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.8:
V-Cr-Mn
Electrical properties of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B) / 4.2.2.3:
Complexes of group VIa: Cr, Mo, W / 1.2.3.14:
Natural earth potentials and earth currents
Radicals with 13 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.9:
Fe-V-Cr / I. Jackson
Complexes of group VIIa: Mn, Re / 4.2.2.4:
Derivation of external source fields from surface observations
Phenalenyl (perinaphthenyl) radicals / 2.2.10:
Composition of the earth's interior
Fe-Cr-Mn
Complexes of group VIII: Fe, Ru, Co, Rh, Ir, Ni, Pd, Pt / 4.2.2.5:
References for 4.2.2
Diphenylmethyl radicals / 2.2.11:
Co-V-Cr
Complexes of group Ib: Cu, Ag / D. Voppel4.7.3:
Fluorenyl radicals / 2.2.12:
Co-Cr-Mn
Observation and description of the main geomagnetic field and its secular variation / 4.7.4:
Complexes of group IIb: Zn, Cd, Hg
Dibenzocyclohexadienyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.0:
The crust
Fe-Co-Ti
List of symbols, quantities, units and abbreviations / 4.7.5:
References for 2.2
Index of Substances (See Vol.9D2) / 4.2.3.1:
Dibenzocycloheptatrienyl and related radicals
The upper mantle
Fe-Co-V
Benzo[cd]pyrenyl / 4.7.6:
The transition zone
Fe-Co-Cr
Observation of the earth's magnetic field / 4.7.7:
Xanthyl radicals / V:
The lower mantle
Fe-Co-Mn
Combined index of substances for Vols.16A and 16B / 4.7.8:
Analyses of observations / 2.4.7:
Thioxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.4:
The core
Fe-Ni-V
Knowledge gained from spherical harmonic models / 4.7.9:
Selenoxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.5:
Fe-Ni-Cr
References for 4.2.3 / 4.7.10:
Acridinyl and related radicals
Tides of the earth
Fe-Ni-Mn
Dibenzosilacyclohexadienyl and related radicals / F.H. Busse4.7.11:
List of symbols and abbreviations for 2.5.1 and 2.5.2
Co-Ni-Ti
Material properties entering the theory of the main geomagnetic field
Diphenylmethyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / H. Wilhelm ; H. Soffel4.7.12:
Co-Ni-Mn
Palaeomagnetism and archaeomagnetism / 4.7.13:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on diphenylmethyl radicals
References for 1.2.2 and 1.2.3
Tidal forcing field / 4.3.0:
Radicals with 19 conjugated π-electrons / S. Misawa2.5.1.1:
Introduction, definitions, hypotheses / K. Kanematsu4.8.1:
Triphenylmethyl radicals
Expansion in spherical harmonics / 4.8.2:
4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds
Apparent polar wander paths (APWP) / 2.5.1.3:
9-Phenylfluorenyl radicals
Equatorial and ecliptical coordinates / 4.8.3:
Introduction to the paramagnetism of 4d and 5d transition metals
Geomagnetic polarity time scale, magnetostratigraphy, palaeo-secular variation / 2.5.1.4:
9-Phenylxanthyl radicals
Components / 4.8.4:
Magnetic susceptibility
Determination of the intensity of the ancient geomagnetic field / 2.5.1.5:
9-Naphthylxanthyl radicals
Astronomical variables. Time / 4.8.5:
Magnetic susceptibility as a function of composition
Geomagnetic field during a polarity transition / 2.5.1.6:
Dioxydehydrocoranthryl and sesquixanthydryl
Harmonic development / 4.8.6:
High-field magnetization
Archaeomagnetism / 2.5.1.7:
9-Phenylthioxanthyl
References for 2.5.1 / 4.8.7:
Magnetization density
Palaeomagnetism of samples of extraterrestrial origin / 1.3.6:
9-Phenylselenoxanthyl
Knight shift / 4.8.8:
References for 4.3 / 1.3.7:
9-Phenylacridinyl
Tides of the solid earth / 4.8.9:
Transport of masses in the earth's interior / 1.3.8:
Triphenylmethyl-type radicals containing 5-membered ring systems especially thiophene
Magnetoresistance and Hall effect / 2.5.2.1:
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor / 1.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on triphenylmethyl radicals
Magnetic field dependence of the electronic specific heat coefficient / 2.5.2.2:
Body tides / H. Hagedorn
References for 4 / 1.3.10:
Effect of plastic deformation on the susceptibility / 2.5.2.3:
The relief of the earth's surface
Observations
References for 1.3 / 1.3.11:
The hypsographic curve
Load tides
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements and 4d or 5d elements / 5.1.1.2:
Area of continents and oceans
Systematic effects
Structural forms due to endogenic processes / M. Shiga5.1.1.3:
Local elastic inhomogeneities
3d elements and Zr, Nb, Mo or Hf, Ta, W, Re / 5.1.1.4:
Exogenic continental relief / 1.4.1.1:
Meteorological effects
Weathering / 5.1.1.5:
References for 2.5.2
Ti and V alloys and compounds / 5.1.1.6:
Exogenic relief-forming processes / P. Brosche1.4.1.3:
Cr alloys and compounds / J. Sündermann5.1.1.7:
Ice and glaciated areas / 1.4.1.4:
Tidal friction and dynamics of the earth-moon-system / 5.1.1.8:
Mn alloys and compounds
References for 5.1.1 / 2.5.3.0:
Fe alloys and compounds / 5.1.2:
The principle / H.G. Gierloff-Emden2.5.3.1:
Co and Ni alloys and compounds
Relief of the sea floor
References for 1.4.1 / 2.5.3.2:
Balances of energy and angular momentum / 2.5.3.3:
Geomorphology of the sea floor
Long time integration / 2.5.3.4:
Documentation and presentation of the relief of the sea on maps
3d elements and Ru, Rh, Pd or Os, Ir, Pt / 2.5.3.5:
Bibliography for 2.5.3 / 5.1.2.3:
Hypsography of the relief of the sea floor
3d-rich alloys
Hypsometric statistics of the sea floor / H.-G. Kahle5.1.2.4:
Concentrated alloys and intermetallic compounds
Gravity field and figure of the earth / 5.1.2.5:
Terms for horizontal and vertical dimensions of oceans and sea floors / 1.4.2.2.0:
Gravity potential of the earth / 5.1.2.6:
Subdivision of the seafloor into physiographic provinces / 1.4.2.2.1:
Sc, Ti, and V alloys and compounds
Fundamental notions of gravimetry / 5.1.2.7:
Classification of the ocean floor features / 1.4.2.2.2:
Gravimetric measuring techniques / 5.1.2.8:
Morphologic units of the oceans: description of forms / 1.4.2.2.3:
Reference ellipsoid and geoid / 5.1.2.9:
Tectonic-morphogenetic units of the mid-atlantic ridge and adjacent areas / 1.4.2.2.4:
Satellite geodesy and the earth's gravitational potential V / 5.1.2.10:
Classification of global physiographic units of the Atlantic Ocean, topographic-bathymetric dimension (metric) / 1.4.2.2.5:
Co alloys and compounds
References for 3 / 5.1.2.11:
The mid-ocean ridges: geomorphologic element of global scale and distribution / 1.4.2.2.6:
Magnetic field of the earth (See Vol. 2B)
Ni alloys and compounds
Classification of continental margins / 5.1.2.12:
4d- and 5d-rich alloys
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor (See Vol. 2B) / 5.1.2.13:
Submarine canyons (features of macroscale)
References for 1.4.2 / 5.2:
Fracture zones (features of mesoscale to macroscale) / H. Mälzer5.1.2.14:
Recent crustal movements / 5.1.2.15:
Deep sea trenches (features of meso- to macroscale) / 5.2.0:
Abyssal hills and seamounts. Example: features of the Pacifc Ocean sea floor / 5.1.2.16:
Micro-relief of the sea floor: the roughness of the ocean bottom / 5.1.2.17:
Measurements of deformation within plate interiors and near active plate boundaries / 5.1.2.18:
Sedimentation of the ocean bottom / 5.2.3:
Measurements on a global scale / 5.1.2.19:
The mid-ocean ridges and the sea floor spreading / 5.2.4:
References for 5.2 / 5.1.2.20:
Plate tectonics and the relief of the sea floor / 5.3:
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics (See Vol. 2B)
References for 5.1.2 / 5.1.2.21:
Recent crustal movements (See Vol. 2A)
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics / W.R. Jacoby ; R. Meissner ; P. Janle
Planetology of terrestrial planets / 5.3.0:
Historical review / 6.0:
Short description of the terrestrial planetary bodies / 5.3.3:
Plate kinematics
Absolute age determinations / 5.3.4:
Measurements of plate motions
Relative age determination / 5.3.5:
Results
Geological - geophysical interpretation of surface structures / 6.5:
Plate tectonics
Gravity studies from orbiters and density models of lithospheres / 6.6:
Plate dynamics: driving mechanisms
Additional studies from orbiter, fly-by, and descend missions / 6.7:
References for 5.3
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling (See Vol. 2A) / 6.8:
Lunar seismology
Planetology of terrestrial planets (See Vol. 2A) / 6.9:
Planetary magnetic fields and remanent magnetization
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B
Electrical conductivity, heat flow and estimates on the lunar temperature / 6.10:
Physical conditions of the interior of planets / 6.11:
The evolution of terrestrial planets / 6.12:
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B (see Vol. 2B) / 6.13:
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Title Page, Preface
Introductory material
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The references are presented below the abstract of each pdf-document to allow cross-reference linking / Group V:
Title Page, Preface
Introductory material
Landolt-Bornstein
Title Page
Group III: Condensed Matter / Landolt-Börnstein ; H. Fischer0:
Group II: Molecules and Radicals
Contributors
Preface
Geophysics / 2:
Authors / Volume 16:
Notations, constants, and general relations / J. DemaisonVolume 2:
Astronomical instruments
Ferroelectrics and Related Substances
Molecular Constants Mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Electron Resonance Spectroscopy
Magnetic properties of 3d, 4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds
Introduction / 6:
Magnetic properties of rare earth elements, alloys and compounds
Geophysics of the Solid Earth, the Moon and the Planets
General introduction
Non-Oxides / 1.1:
Subvolume A
Diamagnetic Molecules / M. Hantel ; W. Huttner1.1 - 1.4:
Ocean waves / Subvolume A:
List of space group symbols for various settings
See Vol.19A
2.3 See Vol.19D1
See Vol.19D1
Title Page, Contributors, Preface
Nucleon nucleon scattering / J.R. Morton
Optical telescopes
3d elements / D. Griller
Alphabetical list of frequently used prototypes / 6.1:
General remarks / H. Kraus1.5:
List of symbols and abbreviations / L. Magaard2.4:
List of syrnbols and abbreviations
2.5 See Vol.19D2
The earth in the planetary system (See Vol. 2A) / H.R. Kirchmayr
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements / K.F. Preston ; H. Paul ; J.J.M. FranseI:
Total cross sections / C.-D. Schonwiese2.6:
Solar telescopes
The earth in the planetary system
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-radical reactions
Literature covered and selection of data / L.A. Mysak1.5.1:
See Vol.19E1
Tables / E. Burzo ; R. Gersdorf1.3:
Elements / G. Zibold
Constants of diamagnetic molecules / 2.7:
Properties of the solid earth
Inorganic radicals
Nonconjugated carbon radicals
AgAlCdS - CuTeYb (See Vol.14B1) / H. WänkeI A:
Climate definition
Total and integrated cross sections for pp, pd and dd scattering / P. Morin2.1 - 2.4:
Photoelectric photometry
Classification and basic features
Arrangement of tables and data / 11.1:
Compounds of rare earth elements and 3d elements
Seismicity and the interior of the earth (See Vol. 2A)
Ti, V, Cr, Mn / 1.1.2:
DyErTe - HoPrS / 6.2:
3d elements and Cu, Ag or Au
Borides
lntroduction / 2.4.1:
Origin of the earth in the solar system / I B:
Qualitative definitions of climate / W. Rosenthal1.1.1.1:
Compounds of rare earth elements and Be, Mg, Zn, Cd or Hg / 4:
See Vol.19B
Total and integrated cross sections for neutrons on protons and nuclei / 3.1:
Photographic emulsions
Self-reactions
HoS - PTeU
Abbreviations and units used for presenting the data / 11.2:
Heat flow and temperature distribution in the earth's interior / 2.7.1:
Definition of ferroelectrics and antiferroelectrics / 1.1.3:
Ti / E. Tiemann ; E. Groten
Carbides
Alkyl radicals / 2.4.1.1:
Wind waves and swell / I C:
PaS - TeZr
The climate system / 1.5.1.2:
Dipole moments / 5:
Total cross sections of antiprotons on protons and deuterons / 1.2.1:
Spectrometers and spectrographs
Cross reactions
Indexes / 6.2.0:
General / 2.7.1.1:
Oceanic and continental heat-flow data / 2.6.1:
Remarks on some fundamental concepts and quantities / 1.6:
Survey
The motion of the earth
V
Definition of the various kinds of magnetism
Hydrides
Hydrogen-centered radicals / 2.4.1.2:
Primary alkyl radicals
List of symbols / I D:
Figures
Crystallography and metallurgy / 1.5.1.2.1:
Oceanic heat flow data (See Vol. 2A)
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for elastic pp, pd and dd scattering / 1.2.2:
Optical high resolution methods
Relative rate constants
References for 2 and 3 (See Vol.14B1) / 6.2.1:
List of symbols and units / 11.4:
Phase diagrams. Crystal structure / 2.7.1.2:
Symbols and units / 2.2.1.2:
Abbreviations, notation and units
Cr
Spin-glass behaviour and micromagnetism
Diatomic molecules / 2.4.1.3:
Lithium-centered radicals / D.S. Chapman
Noncyclic secondary alkyl radicals
Alphabetical index of mineral and common names / J.P. LorandI E:
References for 11 / 1.5.1.2.2:
Magnetism
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at low momenta / 2.6.2:
X-ray and gamma-ray instruments
Diatomic molecules: Rotational and related constants
List of universal constants / 6.2.2:
Survey of contents / G. Wlodarczak2.7.2:
Mn / 2.3:
Diamagnetism
Climate models (See Vol.4C2)
Continental heat flow data
Beryllium-centered radicals
Noncyclic tertiary alkyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-molecule addition reactions / I F:
The deterministic description of a linear plane wave, its energy and momentum density / 1.1.1.5:
RX compounds / 1.5.1.2.3:
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at high momenta / 2.4.1.3.1:
Infrared techniques
The present global surface climate (See Vol.4C2) / 2.0:
Glossary of general abbreviations
Linear molecules / 2.7.3:
Publications on ferroelectrics / 1.9:
Units and definitions
References for 1.1.1
Paramagnetism
Units / 14:
Boron-centered radicals
Monocyclic alkyl radicals
Linear molecules: Rotational and related constants / II:
The energy density spectrum
Differential cross sections for elastic pd and dd scattering / 1.5.1.2.4:
Radio astronomical receiver systems
Tables of nuclear quadrupole interaction parameters / M.B. Stearns6.2.4:
Data
Orbital motion of the earth
Ferromagnetism
Definitions / 2.7.4:
Carbon-centered radicals
Polycyclic alkyl radicals
Methyl radical
Surface waves in deep water
Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.2.5:
Symmetric top molecules / 6.4:
Polarization parameters for elastic pp scattering / 2.2.1.2.2:
Positions and time determination, astronomical constants
Oxides (See Vol.16A)
Fe, Co, Ni
Introductory remarks / 6.2.5:
Symmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants / 2.4.1.3.3:
Primary parameters of the earth's rotational motion in space
Antiferromagnetism / 1.1.2.1:
Measurements / J. Vogt
Nitrogen-centered radicals
σ-electronic carbon radicals
Inorganic crystals other than oxides
Other acyclic hydrocarbon radicals
Surface waves in shallow water
Scope of consideration / 1.5.1.2.6:
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for np elastic and charge exchange scattering / 2.7.5:
Determination of astronomical latitude and longitude
Nuclear constants of quadrupolar elements / 6.2.6:
Forced nutation / 1.3.0:
Metamagnetism / 1.1.2.2:
X-rich compounds
Continental heat flow literature / 2.4.2:
Oxygen-centered radicals
Vinyl-type radicals
SbSI family
Cycloalkyl radicals
References for 6.2
Physical principles generally governing Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.3:
Time determination / 2.7.6:
Asymmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants / 15:
Phase diagrams, lattice constants and elastic moduli
Ratios of nuclear quadrupole moments of isotopic nuclides / 14.3:
J. Demaison
The rotation of the earth / 1.3.1:
Remarks and relations concerning various quantities / D. Olbers1.1.2.3:
Continental heat flow results / 2.4.2.1:
Fluorine-centered radicals
Aryl radicals
HCl family
Inorganic molecules
Cumyl radical
Tables of differential elastic np cross sections (including charge exchange scattering) at low energies / 1.5.1.3.1:
The system of astronomical constants
Paramagnetic properties / 16:
Values of <$$> for the valence states of some neutral atoms / 14.4:
Quadrupole coupling constants / 2.7.7:
Methane, ethane, propane derivatives / 1.3.2:
Tidal dissipation
Internal gravity waves / 1.1.2.4:
Curie-Weiss law
Global heat flow
Sodium-centered radicals
Acyl radicals
NaNO2 family
Alkyl radicals containing heteroatoms
References for 14 / 6.3.0:
Ternary compounds
Differential elastic np cross sections at high energies / 2.4.2.2:
The solar system
Aliphatic molecules with double and triple carbon-bonds / 17:
Spontaneous magnetization, magnetic moments and high-field susceptibility
Atomic quadrupole coupling constants of some elements
The Celestial Ephemeris Pole / 2.7.8:
List of symbols and indices / 1.1.2.5:
Magnetization
References for 2.2.1.2
Magnesium-centered radicals
References for 3.1 and 3.2
KNO3 family
Elemento-organic compounds
Phenyl radicals
References for 2.7 / 6.3.1:
Differential np charge exchange cross sections at high energies / 2.2.2:
The sun
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy constants / 18:
Sternheimer antishielding factor for atoms, free ions and ions in crystals
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust (See Vol. 2A) / 2.8:
Elements with two or three internal rotors / A. Berndt1.3.4:
Bibliography for 1.2
Arrott plots / 1.1.2.6:
Climate variations
Aluminum-centered radicals / H. Oesterreicher2.4.2.3:
PbHPO4 family
Vinyl and acyl radicals
Polarization parameters of elastic np scattering / E.A. Lubimova6.3.2:
The quiet sun
Saturated cyclic compounds / 19:
Magnetostriction coefficients
Transition frequencies between nuclear quadrupole energy levels
Carbon radicals with conjugated &pi-systems / K. Oesterreicher
Observational techniques / 1.1.2.7:
Magnetic anisotropy
Silicon-centered radicals
KDP (KH2PO4) family / 4.1:
Unsaturated cyclic and aromatic compounds
Aromatic radical cations
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior / 6.3.3:
Differential cross sections and polarization of elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 1.2.13:
Solar activity
Form factors, densities and magnetic moments / 20:
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 5/2
Compounds based on rare earth elements and B
Seismicity and the interior of the earth / 2.4.2.4:
Space-time scales / 1.1.2.8:
High-frequency properties
Information sources
Phosphorus-centered radicals / F.D. Stacey2.8.1:
(NH4)2SO4 family / 4.2:
Polymer radicals / 2.1.1:
The planets and their satellites / 6.3.4:
Hyperfine fields, isomer shifts and relaxation time / G. Schneider21:
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 7/2
Binary rare earth borides
Radicals with 3 conjugated π-electrons
Equations of motion / A.L.J. Beckwith1.4.1:
Hall resistivity
Remarks on statistical problems
Heat transport in the earth's interior / 2.10:
Sulfur-centered radicals
NH4HSO4 family / 4.2.1:
Mechanical data of the planets and satellites / 6.3.5:
Seismicity / 22:
Spin wave properties
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 9/2
Allyl and deuterated allyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Fragmentation and rearrangement reactions / 1.4.2:
Kinematics of linear small-scale waves / 1.1.2.10:
Remarks on some concepts of metallurgy
History of paleoclimate and neoclimate before the modern interval
Electrical properties of the earth's interior
Chlorine-centered radicals
(NH4)3H(SO4)2 family / 4.2.2:
Linear and symmetric top moleculesJ. Demaison
General features of the data / 6.3.6:
Physics of the planets and satellites
g factors and ferromagnetic resonance properties / 23:
Nuclear quadrupole resonance data
Alkyl-substituted allyl radicals / U. Schmucker
Spectral models / 1.4.3:
Quenched bulk alloys
History of neoclimate since the modern interval (1659 AD)
Potassium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.6:
NH4LiSO4 family / 4.2.3:
Table of differential cross sections for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 6.3.7:
Small bodies in the solar system
Asymmetric top molecules / 24:
Fermi surfaces, band structures, exchange energies and electron spin polarizations
Depth distribution of the electrical conductivity
Allyl radicals containing F, Cl, Br
Fragmentation reactions / 1.4.4:
Spectral dynamics / 1.1.2.12:
Quench-condensation
Overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Calcium-centered radicals / 2.8.1.3:
Langbeinite-type family / 4.2.4:
Table of polarization parameters for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 6.3.8:
The asteroids (minor planets)
Geometric and dynamic source parameters / 25:
Optical constants, magneto-optic Kerr or Faraday effect
Resonance data tables
Hindered rotation / 2.4.2.7:
Allyl radicals containing O
Rearrangement reactions / 1.4.5:
References for 6.3 / 1.1.2.13:
Annealing
Spectral overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Scandium-centered radicals / 2.8.2:
Lecontite (NaNH4SO4·2H2O) family / 4.2.5:
Errata
References for 1.4 / 1.5.1.4.4:
Meteors and meteorites
Radiation pattern and source mechanisms / 26:
Index of substances (See Vol.13E)
Specific heat, resistivity, magnetoresistance, Hall coefficients, Seebeck coefficients and thermal conductivity
Deuterium / W. Zahel
Allyl radicals containing S
Ageing / 3.3.3:
Summary of possible causes of climate variations
Vanadium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.2:
Alum (NH4Fe(SO4)2·12H2O) family / 4.2.6:
Symmetric top rnolecules / 1.5.1.4.5:
Kaon nucleon elastic and charge exchange scattering / 1.2.20:
Comets
Seismic source spectrum and magnitude / 27:
References for 1.1.2
Astronomical tides
Lithium
Derivation of apparent resistivity estimates from experimental electric and electromagnetic data / 2.8.1.5:
Allyl radicals containing N and P
Cold working / 3.3.4:
Cobalt-centered radicals / 2.3.1.3:
GASH (C(NH2)3Al(SO4)2·6H2O) family / 4.2.7:
Linear and symmetric top molecules
Survey of data / 1.5.1.5:
Interplanetary dust and zodiacal light
The spatial distribution of earthquake foci / 28:
Alloys between 3d elements
Beryllium
Inversion of electromagnetic response estimates
Allyl radicals containing Si, Ge, and Sn
Surveys / 3.3.5:
Glossary
Copper-centered radicals / 2.3.1.4:
LiH3(SeO3)2 family / 4.2.8:
Interplanetary particles and magnetic field / D. Bonnenberg1.5.1.6:
Seismic return period and earthquake statistics / 29:
The tide-generating potential
Boron
Asymmetric top rnolecules / 2.4.2.9:
Principle constraints of interpretation
Methylene allyl radicals
3d transition elements with Cu / K.A. Hempel3.4:
References for 15
Zinc-centered radicals / 2.8.2.1:
Colemanite (Ca2B6O11·5H2O) / 4.2.9:
Tables of total cross sections of (K+-)p and (K+-)d scattering / 1.5.1.7:
Abundances of the elements in the solar system
Macroseismic effects / 30:
The tidal dynamical equations / H.P.J. Wijn
- 9 Nitrogen / D. Etling
Magnetic constants
General notes on response data and models in figures and tables of subsection 2.3.1
Iminoallyl radicals
3d transition elements with Ag / A. Dubrulle3.5:
Gallium-centered radicals / 10:
Tables of differential cross sections for elastic (K+-)p scattering / 4.2.10:
Chronology of the solar system
K4Fe(CN)6·3H2O family
Earthquake prediction
Alloys between Fe, Co or Ni
Time dependence of the tidal field of motion
The Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL)
Oxygen
The electrical resistivity in the continental crust / 2.8.2.2:
Phenyl- and aryl-substituted allyl radicals
Comprehensive index (See Vol.2C)
3d transition elements with Au / 31:
RNi compounds / 16.1:
Germanium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.7:
Diatomic rnolecules / 4.2.11:
Tables of differential cross sections for charge exchange scattering / 1.2.25:
SC(NH2)2
C-C bonds
References for 2.1.1
Phase diagrams, lattice parameters
Open ocean tides
Sodium
The electrical resistivity of the mantle from observations on continents / 2.9.2:
Aza-allyl and phospha-allyl radicals
References for 1.5.1 / 32:
Arsenic-centered radicals / W. HUTtner16.2:
C-Si and C-Ge bonds / 4.2.12:
Tables of polarizations in elastic (K+-)p scattering / G. Müller1.5.2:
N(CH3)4HgCl3 family
Magnetic properties
Co-oscillating tides
The vertical structure of the PBL
Magnesium
The resistivity of crust and mantle beneath oceans
Semicyclic allyl radicals
C-O bonds / 33:
Selenium-centered radicals / W. Zürn1.2.1.2.1:
References for 2 / 4.2.13:
Cu(HCOO)2·4H2O
C-S and C-Se bonds
Vertical distribution of tidal currents
3d elements and Be, Mg, Zn or Hg
Theoretical basis
Aluminum
References for 2.3.1 / 2.8.2.4:
Cyclopropenyl radicals
Seismic waves and free oscillations / 34:
Bromine-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.2:
C-N and C-P bonds / 4.2.14:
DSP (Ca2Sr(CH3CH2COO)6) family / V. Haak2.1.2.0:
Hyperfine magnetic fields, isomer shifts
References for 6.4
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Be
The surface layer
Sulfur
Isocyclic allyl radicals
Other bonds / 35:
Krypton-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.3:
Index of substances (See Vol.19D3) / E. Mittelsteadt4.2.15:
Anomalies of the electrical conductivity in the earth's crust and upper mantle
CH2ClCOONH4 family / 1.2.29:
Spin waves
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Mg
The Planetary Boundary Layer
Chlorine
Heterocyclic allyl radicals / 2.8.2.5:
Body waves / 36:
Rubidium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.4:
Upwelling regions / 4.2.16:
Chlorine (See Vol.20B)
TGS ((NH2CH2COOH)3·H2SO4) family / 1.2.30:
Atomic magnetic moment, magnetic moment density, g and g' factor
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Zn or Hg / 7.1:
Observations in the PBL
Potassium - Rubidium (See Vol.20B)
Bicyclic and tricyclic allyl radicals / 2.3.2.1:
Surface waves / 37:
Zirconium - Bismuth (See Vol.20C) / 1.2.1.2.5:
Strontium-centered radicals
NH2CH2COOH·AgNO3 / 4.2.17:
Spontaneous magnetization, Curie temperature
References for 1.5.2 / 7.2:
Modelling of the PBL
Diagrams of NQR frequencies and related properties (See Vol.20C)
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allyl radicals / 2.3.2.2:
Free oscillations / 38:
Yttrium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.6:
Open ocean upwelling zones / 4.2.18:
Representation of experimental data / J.G. Booth
(NH2CH2COOH)2·HNO3 / 1.2.32:
High-field susceptibility
Allenyl (propargyl) radicals / 7.3:
Diagrams / 39:
Niobium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.16:
Coastal upwelling / 4.2.19:
3d elements and B, Al, Ga, In or TI
Resolution and reliability / 4.3:
(NH2CH2COOH)2·MnCl2·2H2O / 1.2.33:
References for 2.1.2
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy
References for chapter 4 / 7.4:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allenyl radicals / 2.3.2.4:
Rhodium-centered radicals / 40:
References
References for 7 / A.M. Dziewonski
Structure formulas (See Vol.20C)
Selection of anomalies / 2.8.2.8:
(CH3NHCH2COOH)3·CaCl2 / 1.2.34:
Appendix: Additions to Chapter 2 Index of substances (See Vol.14B)
Magnetostriction
References for 16 / 8:
Radicals with 5 conjugated π-electrons / 2.4.2.17:
Indexes (See Vol.20C) / D.L. Anderson ; G. Koslowski41:
Silver-centered radicals
3d-B alloys and compounds / 4.3.1:
Presentation of results
Rochelle salt (NaKC4H4O6·4H2O) family / 1.2.35:
Magnetomechanical properties, elastic moduli, sound velocity
Index of gross molecular formulas / 1.5.3.3:
Pentadienyl radicals / 2.8.2.9:
Structure, elastic and rheological properties and density of the earth's interior / 42:
Ice in the ocean / 1.2.1.2.10:
Cadmium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.18:
3d-Al alloys and compounds / 4.3.2:
Index of substance names
List of compiled conductivity anomalies
LiNH4C4H4O6·H2O family / 1.2.36:
Thermomagnetic properties, thermal expansion coefficient, specific heat, Debye temperature, thermal conductivity
Pentadiinyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.1:
Index of CAS registry numbers / 1.2.1.2.11:
Indium-centered radicals
Miscellanea / 4.3.3:
Sc-Al / 2.1.3.1:
Errata (See Vol.20C)
Description of anomalies
Galvanomagnetic properties / 1.2.37:
Corrections (See Vol.31B) / 1.5.3.3.2:
Semicyclic pentadienyl radicals / 2.4.2.19:
The Gross Earth Data Set
Structure of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.12:
Tin-centered radicals
Miscellaneous crystals (including oxides) and polymers / 4.3.4:
Ti-Al / 2.1.3.2:
References for 2.3.2
Magneto-optical properties / 1.2.38:
Cyclopentadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.3:
The earth model
Salinity of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.13:
Composition of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2A) / 2.4.2.20:
Antimony-centered radicals
Liquid crystals and related liquids / 4.3.5:
V-Al / 2.1.3.3:
Ferromagnetic resonance properties / 1.2.39:
Tides of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 1.5.3.3.4:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclopentadienyl radicals
Thermophysical properties of sea ice / 1.2.1.3:
Tellurium-centered radicals
Cr-Al / 4.3.6:
Gravity field and figure of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 2.8.2.11:
References for 2.1.3 / 1.2.40:
References for 1.2.1
Cyclohexadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.5:
Elastic properties and deformation of sea ice / 2.1.4:
References for 2.4
Iodine-centered radicals
Mn-Al / C. Prodehl ; K. Adachi4.3.7:
Magnetic field of the earth
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclohexadienyl radicals / A. Chelkowski1.2.41:
Strength of sea ice
Xenon-centered radicals
Structure of the earth's crust and upper mantle / 4.3.8:
Alloys between Ti, V, Cr or Mn
Fe-Al / 8.6:
Compounds of rare earth elements and 4d or 5d elements / 2.8.2.12:
Pyryl radicals
Ice cover characteristics of the world ocean
Sources of the geomagnetic field / 2.5.1:
Cesium-centered radicals
Co-Al / 4.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyryl radicals / 4.1.1:
References for 8
External part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.5.2:
Barium-centered radicals
Procedure of interpretation / 4.3.10:
V-Ti
Ni-Al / 9:
Pseudoternary compounds / H.G. Gierloff-emden4.1.2:
Survey of compounds and properties
Thiapyryl radicals
Internal part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.8.3.1:
Lanthanum-centered radicals
Main features of continental and oceanic crustal structure / 4.3.11:
Cr-Ti
3d-Ga compounds
Coastal oceanography / 4.1.3:
Compounds with transition metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.1:
Pyridinyl radicals
Spherical harmonics in geomagnetism / 9.1:
Tungsten-centered radicals
Presentation of individual results / 4.3.12:
Cr-V
Sc-Ga
References for 2.5
Definitions and spatial extensions / 4.1.4:
Compounds with rare earth metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.2:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyridinyl radicals
References for 4.1 / 9.2:
Gold-centered radicals
Main features of the structure of the lower lithosphere and asthenosphere / 4.3.13:
Mn-Ti
Ti-Ga
Classification of coasts / 1.2.47:
References for 2.8 / 1.5.3.4.3:
Phosphorinyl radicals
Magnetic field on the surface and the interior of the earth / 9.3:
Mercury-centered radicals
References for 2.1.4 / 4.4:
Mn-V
V-Ga
The high-energy environment of the coastal zone / 1.2.48:
Radicals with 7 conjugated π-electrons / W. Bosum1.5.3.4.4:
Thallium-centered radicals / 9.4:
Mn-Cr / 4.4.1:
Cr-Ga
Compounds of rare earth elements and Al, Ga, In or Tl
The shore as the interaction zone of sea and land / R. Pucher1.2.49:
Heptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.5:
Lead-centered radicals / H. Roeser9.5:
Mn-Ga / 4.4.2:
Wave effects on coasts / 1.2.50:
Cycloheptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.6:
Alloys of Fe, Co or Ni and Ti, V, Cr or Mn / R. Von Herzen
Crustal anomalies and their cause / 9.6:
Bismuth-centered radicals
Fe-Ga / 4.4.3:
Tide effects on coasts / 4.2.1.0:
Cyclooctatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.7:
Oceanic heat flow data
Ytterbium-centered radicals / 9.7:
Co-Ga / 4.4.4:
Estuaries and lagoons as coastal water bodies / 4.2.1.1:
Benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.8:
Fe-Ti
Definition of the crustal anomalies / 9.8:
References for 1.2
Ni-Ga / 4.4.5:
References for 2.9
Coastal lagoons / 4.2.1.2:
Benzyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / A. V.Zelewsky1.5.3.4.9:
Western and South Pacific
Fe-V
Layout and execution of geomagnetic surveys / 9.9:
Cu-Ga / 4.4.6:
River discharge affecting coastal waters / C. Daul4.2.1.3:
Bicyclic benzyl-type radicals derived from indanone and phthalide / 1.5.3.5:
Northeast and Central Pacific
Fe-Cr
Compounds of rare earth elements and C, Si, Ge, Sn or Pb / 9.10:
Data handling
3d-In alloys and compounds / 4.4.7:
Radicals in metal complexes / 2.10.1:
Chemical and biological effects on the coastal zone
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.5.1:
East Pacific
Fe-Mn
Interpretation methods / 9.11:
Sc-In / 4.5:
Climatologic-meteorologic effects on coasts. Oceanic-atmospheric coupled systems / 2.10.2:
Radicals with 9 conjugated π-electrons / 1.5.3.5.2:
North Atlantic
Co-Tl
Magnetic anomalies of the continental crust / 9.12:
Mn-In / 4.5.1:
Sea level change and the coastal zone / 2.10.3:
Cyclooctatetraenylmethyl / 1.5.3.5.3:
South Atlantic
Co-V
Marine magnetic anomalies / 9.13:
Ni-In / 4.5.2:
Complexes of group IIa: Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba / 2.10.4:
References for 9
Indenyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.6:
Indian Ocean
Co-Cr
References for 2.10
Economic aspects
3d-Tl alloys and compounds / 4.5.3:
Complexes of group IIIb: B, Al, Ga, In / 4.2.1.8:
alpha-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.7:
Marginal Seas
Co-Mn
Bibliography for 4.2.1
References for 1.5.3 / 4.5.4:
Complexes of group IVb: Ge, Sn, Pb
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from indole and carbazole
References for 2.2.1.1
Ni-Ti
Complexes of group Vb: Sb / 4.5.5:
Continental heat flow data (See Vol. 2B)
Magnetic and electric fields due to electromagnetic induction by external sources
beta-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 2.2.5:
Ni-V
Complexes of group IIIa: Y, La, Lu / L. Rybach4.2.2.0:
Quinolinyl and related radicals / 2.2.6:
Ni-Cr
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust / 4.2.2.1:
Complexes of group IVa: Ti / 1.2.3.12:
Basic observations and theoretical concepts
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from anthracene and phenanthrene and related to hydro-naphthyl / 2.2.7:
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Ni-Mn
Complexes of group Va: V / 4.2.2.2:
Heat transport in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Response functions for induced magnetic and electric fields
Radicals with 11 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.8:
V-Cr-Mn
Electrical properties of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B) / 4.2.2.3:
Complexes of group VIa: Cr, Mo, W / 1.2.3.14:
Natural earth potentials and earth currents
Radicals with 13 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.9:
Fe-V-Cr / I. Jackson
Complexes of group VIIa: Mn, Re / 4.2.2.4:
Derivation of external source fields from surface observations
Phenalenyl (perinaphthenyl) radicals / 2.2.10:
Composition of the earth's interior
Fe-Cr-Mn
Complexes of group VIII: Fe, Ru, Co, Rh, Ir, Ni, Pd, Pt / 4.2.2.5:
References for 4.2.2
Diphenylmethyl radicals / 2.2.11:
Co-V-Cr
Complexes of group Ib: Cu, Ag / D. Voppel4.7.3:
Fluorenyl radicals / 2.2.12:
Co-Cr-Mn
Observation and description of the main geomagnetic field and its secular variation / 4.7.4:
Complexes of group IIb: Zn, Cd, Hg
Dibenzocyclohexadienyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.0:
The crust
Fe-Co-Ti
List of symbols, quantities, units and abbreviations / 4.7.5:
References for 2.2
Index of Substances (See Vol.9D2) / 4.2.3.1:
Dibenzocycloheptatrienyl and related radicals
The upper mantle
Fe-Co-V
Benzo[cd]pyrenyl / 4.7.6:
The transition zone
Fe-Co-Cr
Observation of the earth's magnetic field / 4.7.7:
Xanthyl radicals / V:
The lower mantle
Fe-Co-Mn
Combined index of substances for Vols.16A and 16B / 4.7.8:
Analyses of observations / 2.4.7:
Thioxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.4:
The core
Fe-Ni-V
Knowledge gained from spherical harmonic models / 4.7.9:
Selenoxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.5:
Fe-Ni-Cr
References for 4.2.3 / 4.7.10:
Acridinyl and related radicals
Tides of the earth
Fe-Ni-Mn
Dibenzosilacyclohexadienyl and related radicals / F.H. Busse4.7.11:
List of symbols and abbreviations for 2.5.1 and 2.5.2
Co-Ni-Ti
Material properties entering the theory of the main geomagnetic field
Diphenylmethyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / H. Wilhelm ; H. Soffel4.7.12:
Co-Ni-Mn
Palaeomagnetism and archaeomagnetism / 4.7.13:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on diphenylmethyl radicals
References for 1.2.2 and 1.2.3
Tidal forcing field / 4.3.0:
Radicals with 19 conjugated π-electrons / S. Misawa2.5.1.1:
Introduction, definitions, hypotheses / K. Kanematsu4.8.1:
Triphenylmethyl radicals
Expansion in spherical harmonics / 4.8.2:
4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds
Apparent polar wander paths (APWP) / 2.5.1.3:
9-Phenylfluorenyl radicals
Equatorial and ecliptical coordinates / 4.8.3:
Introduction to the paramagnetism of 4d and 5d transition metals
Geomagnetic polarity time scale, magnetostratigraphy, palaeo-secular variation / 2.5.1.4:
9-Phenylxanthyl radicals
Components / 4.8.4:
Magnetic susceptibility
Determination of the intensity of the ancient geomagnetic field / 2.5.1.5:
9-Naphthylxanthyl radicals
Astronomical variables. Time / 4.8.5:
Magnetic susceptibility as a function of composition
Geomagnetic field during a polarity transition / 2.5.1.6:
Dioxydehydrocoranthryl and sesquixanthydryl
Harmonic development / 4.8.6:
High-field magnetization
Archaeomagnetism / 2.5.1.7:
9-Phenylthioxanthyl
References for 2.5.1 / 4.8.7:
Magnetization density
Palaeomagnetism of samples of extraterrestrial origin / 1.3.6:
9-Phenylselenoxanthyl
Knight shift / 4.8.8:
References for 4.3 / 1.3.7:
9-Phenylacridinyl
Tides of the solid earth / 4.8.9:
Transport of masses in the earth's interior / 1.3.8:
Triphenylmethyl-type radicals containing 5-membered ring systems especially thiophene
Magnetoresistance and Hall effect / 2.5.2.1:
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor / 1.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on triphenylmethyl radicals
Magnetic field dependence of the electronic specific heat coefficient / 2.5.2.2:
Body tides / H. Hagedorn
References for 4 / 1.3.10:
Effect of plastic deformation on the susceptibility / 2.5.2.3:
The relief of the earth's surface
Observations
References for 1.3 / 1.3.11:
The hypsographic curve
Load tides
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements and 4d or 5d elements / 5.1.1.2:
Area of continents and oceans
Systematic effects
Structural forms due to endogenic processes / M. Shiga5.1.1.3:
Local elastic inhomogeneities
3d elements and Zr, Nb, Mo or Hf, Ta, W, Re / 5.1.1.4:
Exogenic continental relief / 1.4.1.1:
Meteorological effects
Weathering / 5.1.1.5:
References for 2.5.2
Ti and V alloys and compounds / 5.1.1.6:
Exogenic relief-forming processes / P. Brosche1.4.1.3:
Cr alloys and compounds / J. Sündermann5.1.1.7:
Ice and glaciated areas / 1.4.1.4:
Tidal friction and dynamics of the earth-moon-system / 5.1.1.8:
Mn alloys and compounds
References for 5.1.1 / 2.5.3.0:
Fe alloys and compounds / 5.1.2:
The principle / H.G. Gierloff-Emden2.5.3.1:
Co and Ni alloys and compounds
Relief of the sea floor
References for 1.4.1 / 2.5.3.2:
Balances of energy and angular momentum / 2.5.3.3:
Geomorphology of the sea floor
Long time integration / 2.5.3.4:
Documentation and presentation of the relief of the sea on maps
3d elements and Ru, Rh, Pd or Os, Ir, Pt / 2.5.3.5:
Bibliography for 2.5.3 / 5.1.2.3:
Hypsography of the relief of the sea floor
3d-rich alloys
Hypsometric statistics of the sea floor / H.-G. Kahle5.1.2.4:
Concentrated alloys and intermetallic compounds
Gravity field and figure of the earth / 5.1.2.5:
Terms for horizontal and vertical dimensions of oceans and sea floors / 1.4.2.2.0:
Gravity potential of the earth / 5.1.2.6:
Subdivision of the seafloor into physiographic provinces / 1.4.2.2.1:
Sc, Ti, and V alloys and compounds
Fundamental notions of gravimetry / 5.1.2.7:
Classification of the ocean floor features / 1.4.2.2.2:
Gravimetric measuring techniques / 5.1.2.8:
Morphologic units of the oceans: description of forms / 1.4.2.2.3:
Reference ellipsoid and geoid / 5.1.2.9:
Tectonic-morphogenetic units of the mid-atlantic ridge and adjacent areas / 1.4.2.2.4:
Satellite geodesy and the earth's gravitational potential V / 5.1.2.10:
Classification of global physiographic units of the Atlantic Ocean, topographic-bathymetric dimension (metric) / 1.4.2.2.5:
Co alloys and compounds
References for 3 / 5.1.2.11:
The mid-ocean ridges: geomorphologic element of global scale and distribution / 1.4.2.2.6:
Magnetic field of the earth (See Vol. 2B)
Ni alloys and compounds
Classification of continental margins / 5.1.2.12:
4d- and 5d-rich alloys
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor (See Vol. 2B) / 5.1.2.13:
Submarine canyons (features of macroscale)
References for 1.4.2 / 5.2:
Fracture zones (features of mesoscale to macroscale) / H. Mälzer5.1.2.14:
Recent crustal movements / 5.1.2.15:
Deep sea trenches (features of meso- to macroscale) / 5.2.0:
Abyssal hills and seamounts. Example: features of the Pacifc Ocean sea floor / 5.1.2.16:
Micro-relief of the sea floor: the roughness of the ocean bottom / 5.1.2.17:
Measurements of deformation within plate interiors and near active plate boundaries / 5.1.2.18:
Sedimentation of the ocean bottom / 5.2.3:
Measurements on a global scale / 5.1.2.19:
The mid-ocean ridges and the sea floor spreading / 5.2.4:
References for 5.2 / 5.1.2.20:
Plate tectonics and the relief of the sea floor / 5.3:
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics (See Vol. 2B)
References for 5.1.2 / 5.1.2.21:
Recent crustal movements (See Vol. 2A)
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics / W.R. Jacoby ; R. Meissner ; P. Janle
Planetology of terrestrial planets / 5.3.0:
Historical review / 6.0:
Short description of the terrestrial planetary bodies / 5.3.3:
Plate kinematics
Absolute age determinations / 5.3.4:
Measurements of plate motions
Relative age determination / 5.3.5:
Results
Geological - geophysical interpretation of surface structures / 6.5:
Plate tectonics
Gravity studies from orbiters and density models of lithospheres / 6.6:
Plate dynamics: driving mechanisms
Additional studies from orbiter, fly-by, and descend missions / 6.7:
References for 5.3
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling (See Vol. 2A) / 6.8:
Lunar seismology
Planetology of terrestrial planets (See Vol. 2A) / 6.9:
Planetary magnetic fields and remanent magnetization
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B
Electrical conductivity, heat flow and estimates on the lunar temperature / 6.10:
Physical conditions of the interior of planets / 6.11:
The evolution of terrestrial planets / 6.12:
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B (see Vol. 2B) / 6.13:
The references are presented below the abstract of each pdf-document to allow cross-reference linking / Group V:
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R.A. Forrester ... [et al.] ; Herausgeber, H. Fischer und K.-H. Hellwege
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, 1980  xii, 369 p. ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Landolt-Börnstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwissenschaften und Technik, Neue Serie / Gesamtherausgabe, K.-H. Hellwege ; Gruppe 2 . Atom- und Molekularphysik ; Bd. 9 . Magnetische Eigenschaften freier Radikale ; Teil d2
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Title Page
Preface
General introduction / H. Fischer
Aromatic hydrocarbon cation radicals / K. Ishizu ; K. Watanabe ; H. Ohya-nishiguchi18:
Introduction / 18.0:
Cation radicals from aromatic hydrocarbon compounds and their alkyl derivatives / 18.1:
Cation radicals from halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons / 18.2:
References for 18.1 and 18.2 / 18.3:
Cation radicals from nitrogen-containing compounds / S.F. Nelsen19:
Alkyl and H-substituted amines / 19.0:
Aromatic amines / 19.2:
Unsaturated amines / 19.3:
[N-N] compounds / 19.4:
[N-O] compounds / 19.5:
Miscellaneous/uncertain structure / 19.6:
References for 19 / 19.7:
Aromatic cation radicals containing O and S atoms / 20:
Radicals containing O and/or S atoms substituted into the aryl groups / 20.0:
Heterocyclic compounds containing O and/or S atoms as ring members / 20.2:
References for 20.1 and 20.2 / 20.3:
Organic C-, O-, and N-centered bi- and polyradicals / G. Kothe ; W. Wilker21:
Carbon-centered polyradicals / 21.0:
Oxygen-centered polyradicals / 21.2:
Nitrogen-centered polyradicals / 21.3:
References for 21.1 - 21.3 / 21.4:
Organic bis- and polynitroxides / A.R. Forrester22:
Bisnitroxides / 22.0:
Trisnitroxides / 22.2:
Tetrakisnitroxides / 22.3:
Pentakis(piperidinyl-1-oxyls) / 22.4:
Hexakis(piperidinyl-1-oxyls) / 22.5:
Phenoxyl nitroxide / 22.6:
References for 22.1 - 22.6 / 22.7:
Index of substances for Volumes II/1 and II/9
Adventures and Advances in Instructional Design Theory and Practice / J. Michael Spector
Coming at Design from a Different Angle: Functional Design / Andrew S. Gibbons ; P. Clint Rogers
Robust Designs for Scalability / Jody Clarke ; Chris Dede
Externally Modeling Mental Models / David H. Jonassen
Applying a Critical and Humanizing Framework of Instructional Technologies to Educational Practice / Johannes Strobel ; Heather Tillberg-Webb
When a Peer Group Isn't Needed: Effective Online Learning in an Individual Mentoring Model / Alyssa Friend Wise ; Chandra Hawley Orrill ; Thomas M. Duffy ; Rodrigo del Valle ; Jamie R. Kirkley
Linking the POV-ing Theory to Multimedia Representations of Teaching, Learning, Research in the Age of Social Networking / Ricki Goldman ; Chaoyan Dong
Creating Shared Visions of the Future for K-12 Education: A Systemic Transformation Process for a Learner-Centered Paradigm / Charles M. Reigeluth ; Alison Carr-Chellman ; Brian Beabout ; William Watson
Technology as a Change Agent in the Classroom / Gary R. Morrison ; Steven M. Ross ; Deborah L. Lowther
Using Activity Theory to Evaluate and Improve K-12 School and University Partnerships / Lisa C. Yamagata-Lynch ; Sharon Smaldino
Reflections: Variations on a Theme / Marcy P. Driscoll
Reflections: Variation on a Theme: Part 2 Is This Jazz, or Are We Singing the Blues? / Wellesley R. Foshay
Author Index
Subject Index
Title Page
Preface
General introduction / H. Fischer
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Preface
Authors
Introduction / 1:
Crystal symmetry tables
Index of symbols and abbreviations
Elements / 2:
Borides, carbides, hydrides / 3:
Table of the structures of borides / 3.1:
Table of the structures of carbides / 3.2:
Table of the structures of hydrides / 3.3:
Intermetallic phases / 4:
Alphabetical index of mineral and common names / 5:
Title Page
Preface
Authors
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Introductory material / Group III:
Title Page, Preface
Condensed Matter / Landolt-Börnstein ; H. Fischer1:
Climate definition (See Vol.4C1)
Magnetic properties of 3d, 4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds / Volume 4:
Introduction / 12:
Magnetic and Other Properties of Oxides and Related Compounds
General introduction / M. Hantel1.1-l1.4:
See Vol. 19A / Subvolume B:
General remarks / 6:
Climate modeling / A.R. Forrester
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements / 1.2:
Literature covered and selection of data / W. Gräper12.1:
Nitroxide radicals
See Vol. 19B
Non-iron garnets / 1.3:
Arrangement of tables and data
3d elements and C, Si, Ge, Sn or Pb (Y. NAKAMURA) / 5.0:
Formal classification criteria
Nitroxides formed by trapping with nitrosoalkanes (See Vol.17D1) / 1.4:
Abbreviations and units used for presenting the data
Physical classification criteria / 6.3:
Nitroxides formed by trapping with nitrosoarenes, nitrosoheterocycles and nitroarenes (See Vol.17D1)
Magnetic susceptibility data / 1.5.4.2:
Indexes
Ti and V alloys and compounds / A:
Operational classification criteria
Nitroxides formed by trapping with acyclic nitrones / 1.6:
Paramagnetic susceptibility above the ordering temperature / 1.5.4.3:
List of symbols and units
Cr alloys and compounds / B:
References for 12
alpha-Phenyl N-t-butylnitrone / 1.7:
Susceptibility data at low temperatures in the vicinity of an ordering temperature / 1.5.4.4:
List of universal constants
Mn alloys and compounds / C:
alpha-Methylene-N-t-butyl nitrone / 1.8:
Summary of susceptibility parameters and transition temperatures / 1.5.4.5:
The present global surface climate
Glossary of general abbreviations
Fe alloys and compounds / 5.2:
N,N'-Di-t-butyl ethylidene dinitrone / 13.1:
Tables of nuclear quadrupole interaction parameters (See Vol.20A) / 1.5.4.5.1:
Magnetization / 6.4.4:
The earthÆs surface as part of the global climate system
Alloys and compounds with C and Si / 2.1:
Introductory remarks / 13.2:
alpha-4-(Pyridinyl-1-oxide)N-t-butyl nitrone
Crystallographic and structural data / 1.5.4.5.2:
Selected concepts in quantitative climate description
Nuclear constants of quadrupolar elements
Alloys and compounds with Ge
alpha-2- and 3-(Pyridinyl-1-oxide)N-t-butyl nitrones / 13.3:
Ratios of nuclear quadrupole moments of isotopic nuclides / 1.5.4.5.3:
Location and environment of ions in the unit cell of the garnet lattice / 6.4.6:
Quantitative respresentation of the global surface climate
Alloys and compounds with Sn / 2.4:
Values of <(a0/r)3> for the valence states of some neutral atoms / 13.4:
alpha-4-Pyridinyl and alpha-2,3 and 4-(N-alkylpyridinium) N-t-butyl nitrones
Oxygen coordinates, interionic spacings, and angles of compounds with garnet structure / 1.5.4.6:
Climate classification
Atomic quadrupole coupling constants of some elements
Co and Ni alloys and compounds
alpha-(2-Sulfonyloxyphenyl)N-t-butyl nitrone sodium salt / 13.5:
Sternheimer antishielding factor for atoms, free ions and ions in crystals / 1.5.4.7:
Lattice parameters and density of garnet systems / 6.4.8:
List of abbreviations used in chapter 13
MM'X ternary compounds / 2.7:
Transition frequencies between nuclear quadrupole energy levels / 13.6:
alpha-(2,4,6-Trimethoxyphenyl)N-t-butyl nitrone
Magnetic structure of DyAlG and ErGaG / 1.5.4.8:
References for 13
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 5/2
References for 1.5.4 / 5.4:
alpha-(2,6-Di-t-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)N-t-butyl nitrone / 14:
Specific Surfaces Climates (See Vol.4C1) / 1.5.5:
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 7/2
Results of magnetic resonance experiments / 6.4.10:
Heusler alloys (P.J. WEBSTER, K.R.A. ZIEBECK) / 15:
Climate variations (See Vol.4C1)
Eigenvalues for the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectra for I = 9/2
alpha-(p-Dodecyloxyphenyl)N-t-butyl nitrone
Paramagnetic resonance of rare earth impurities in diamagnetic garnets / 1.5.5.1:
The Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) (See Vol.4C1)
Crystallographic structure
Nuclear quadrupole resonance data
Other alpha-aryl N-t-butyl nitrones
Paramagnetic resonance of impurities with d electrons in diamagnetic garnets / 1.5.5.1.1:
Chemical order
alpha-Phenyl N-(1,3-dioxanyl)nitrone
Paramagnetic resonance of impurities in paramagnetic garnets / 1.5.5.1.1.1:
General model
Resonance data tables
alpha(4-(N-Methylpyridinium))N-t-butyl nitrone
Deuterium - Chlorine (See Vol.20A) / 1.5.5.1.1.2:
Nuclear magnetic resonance experiments / 6.4.14:
Chlorine (continued) - Rubidium (See Vol.20B)
A statistical model / 5.5:
Other alpha-aryl nitrones / 50:
Results from optical spectra / 1.5.5.1.1.3:
Zirconium, Niobium, Molybdenum, Technetium
Preferential disorder
Other N-t-butyl nitrones / 51:
Crystal field analysis and parameters / 1.5.5.1.2:
Indium
Magnetic order
N-Cyanoisopropyl nitrones / 52:
Summary of references for some results from optical measurements / 1.5.5.1.2.1:
Antimony
Ferromagnetic order / 5.6:
alpha-Methylene and alpha-ethylene N-duryl nitrones / 53:
Spin-lattice relaxation of paramagnetic ions in garnets / 1.5.5.1.2.2:
- 55 Iodine
Antiferromagnetic order
Nitrones derived from sugars / 56:
Cesium / 1.5.5.2:
Bulk magnetic properties
Nitroxides formed by trapping with cyclic nitrones / 57:
Barium / 1.5.5.2.1:
5,5-Dimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 58:
The dependence of the spin-lattice relaxation time on magnetic field
Lanthanides / 1.5.5.2.2:
Ferromagnets X2MnZ
3,3,5,5-Tetramethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 59:
Thermal properties near the transition temperature
Tantalum / 1.5.5.2.2.1:
X2MnZ with X = 3d element
5-Heptyl-3,3,5-trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 60:
Specific heat of rare earth gallium garnets
Rhenium / 1.5.5.2.2.2:
X2MnZ with X = 4d element
5-Hexadecyl-3,3,5-trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 61:
Specific heat of two rare earth aluminium garnets
Gold / 1.5.5.2.3:
Antiferromagnets X2MnZ
5-Octadecyl-3,3,5-trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 62:
Faraday rotation in paramagnetic non-iron garnets
Mercury / 1.5.5.2.3.1:
4,5,5-Trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 63:
Magnetomechanical properties
Bismuth / 1.5.5.2.3.2:
3,5,5-Trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 4:
Magnetostriction of rare earth gallates and germanates with a garnet structure
Diagrams of NQR frequencies and related properties / 1.5.5.2.3.3:
X2MnZ with X = 5d element
2,5,5-Trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide / 4.1:
Macroscopic magnetoelastic tensors for paramagnetic rare earth ions in diamagnetic garnet hosts
Ferromagnets X2YZ for Y other than Mn / 1.5.5.2.4:
Other 5,5-dialkyl-1-pyrroline N-oxides / 4.2:
Magnetoacoustic properties
Diagrams / 1.5.5.2.4.1:
Co2YZ with Y = 4A, 5A element
2,2,5,5-Tetramethyl-3-imidazoline N-oxides / 4.3:
Neutron diffraction results near and below the magnetic ordering point
References for chapter 4 / 1.5.5.2.4.2:
Co2YZ with Y = 6A, 7A element
4-Methoxycarbonyl-3,3,5,5-tetra-alkyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide
References
Structure formulas / 1.5.5.2.4.3:
Fe2YZ with X = 6A, 8A element
Methoxycarbonyl-5-phenyl-3,3,5-trimethyl-1-pyrroline N-oxide
Primary references
Fe2FeZ / 1.5.5.2.4.4:
Dialkyl nitroxides
Supplementary references
Index of gross molecular formulas / 1.5.5.2.4.5:
Mn2VZ
Cyclic dialkyl nitroxides
Spinels
Index of substance names / 1.5.5.2.5:
Arrangement
Paramagnets X2YZ with X, Y = 3d element
Aziridinyl 1-oxyls
Index of CAS registry numbers / B.A. Calhoun6.0:
Quaternary alloys
Azetidinyl 1-oxyls
Errata / 1.5.5.2.6.1:
Corrections (See Vol.31B) / 6.7.3:
(XX*)2MnSn with X, X* 3d elements / 6.0.1:
Pyrrolidinyl-1-oxyls
Ni2(YY*)Sn with Y, Y* = 3d elements / 1.5.5.2.6.2:
Pyrrolinyl-1-oxyls
Structure / 1.5.5.2.6.3:
(XX*)2TiSn with X, X* = 3d elements
Imidazolidinyl-1-oxyls
(XX*)2MnSn with X = 3d, X* = 4d element / 1.5.5.2.6.4:
Imidazolinyl-1-oxyls
(XX*)2MnAl with X = 3d, X* = 4d element / 6.1.0:
Imidazolinyl-1-oxyl oxides
Ferrimagnetism; magnetic behaviour of ferrites / 1.5.5.2.6.6:
Pd2Mn (ZZ*) / 6.1.0.1:
Isoindolinyl-oxyls
A-B exchange interaction; magnetization / 1.5.5.2.7:
Clb Intermetallic compounds XYZ / 6.1.0.2:
Oxaindolinyl-oxyls
A-A, B-B exchange interaction; magnetic order / 1.5.5.2.7.1:
Ferromagnets XMnZ with X = 3d element / 6.1.0.3:
Piperidinyl-1-oxyls
Hyperfine interactions (Môssbauer and NMR methods) / 1.5.5.2.7.2:
Ferromagnets XMnZ with X = 4d, 5d element / 6.1.0.4:
Tetrahydropyridinyl-1-oxyls
Anisotropy / 1.5.5.2.7.3:
Ferromagnets - paramagnets XYSb for Y other than Mn / 6.1.0.5:
Diaza- and triaza-cyclohexyl- and -cyclohexenyl-1-oxyls
Ferrimagnetic resonance / 1.5.5.2.7.4:
Antiferromagnets XMnZ with X = 3d, 4d, 5d element / 6.1.0.6:
Oxazinyl-1-oxyls
Accuracy / 1.5.5.2.7.5:
Quaternary alloys (XX*)MnSb with X, X* = 3d, 4d, 5d elements / 6.1.0.7:
1,4 Azaphosphacyclohexyl-1-oxyls
References for 6.0 and 6.1.0 / 1.5.5.2.7.6:
X2-xMnSb with X = 3d, 4d element / 6.1.1:
Azepinyl-1-oxyls and macrocyclic N-oxyls
Neutron diffraction and magnetic order / 1.5.5.3:
Bicyclic nitroxides
Alkyl, aryl and vinyl nitroxides / R.A. Lefever1.5.5.3.1:
Neutron diffraction theory / 1.5.5.3.2:
Aryl, diaryl and divinylnitroxides
Tables and figures / 1.5.5.3.3:
Magnetic and chemical ordering data / 6.1.1.2:
Alkyl imidoyl and nitronyl nitroxides
References for 6.1.1.1 / 1.5.5.3.3.1:
Co2MnZ / 6.1.2:
Acyl nitroxides
Ni2MnZ / 1.5.5.3.3.2:
Amino nitroxides
Pd2MnZ / T.R. McGuire ; E.L. Boyd1.5.5.3.3.3:
Oxy nitroxides
Au2MnZ / 1.5.5.3.3.4:
Thio and sulfonyl nitroxides
Clb compounds XYZ / 1.5.5.3.3.5:
Phospho nitroxides
Polarized neutron measurements on single crystals / 1.5.5.3.4:
Other nitroxides
References for 6.4 - 6.16 / 1.5.5.3.4.1:
X2MnZ for X other than Co / 6.1.2.2:
Zn substituted Ni ferrite / 1.5.5.3.4.2:
FeM3Z / 6.1.2.3:
General symbols and abbreviations
Index of Substances (See Vol.17H) / 1.5.5.3.4.3:
Ni ferrite with Co substitutions
Fe3-xMnxSi / 6.1.2.4:
Dilute Mn and Co substitutions in Ni ferrite and Ni ferrite aluminate / 1.5.5.3.4.4:
Co2YZ with Y = 3d element / 6.1.2.5:
Ge substituted Ni ferrite / 1.5.5.4:
Dynamics / 6.1.2.6:
Ni ferrite chromite / 1.5.5.4.1:
Lattice dynamics / 6.1.2.7:
Ni ferrite vanadate / 1.5.5.4.2:
Phase transitions / 6.1.2.8:
Ni ferrite aluminate / 1.5.5.4.3:
Spin dynamics / 6.1.2.9:
Ni gallate ferrite / 1.5.5.5:
Electrical properties / 6.1.2.10:
References for 6.1.2.0 - 6.1.2.9 / 1.5.5.5.1:
Electrical resistivity / 6.1.3:
Magnetoresistance / 1.5.5.5.2:
Hall effect / R. Vautier ; M. Paulus1.5.5.5.3:
Thermoelectric power / 1.5.5.5.4:
Thermal properties / 1.5.5.6:
Phase equilibria and structure / 1.5.5.6.1:
Specific heat / 6.1.3.1.1:
Phase equilibria / 1.5.5.6.1.1:
Cu2MnZ / 6.1.3.1.2:
Equilibrium oxygen partial pressure / 1.5.5.6.1.2:
Lattice constants / 6.1.3.1.3:
CoTi1-xAlx / 6.1.3.1.4:
Ionic distribution / 1.5.5.6.2:
Superconductivity / 6.1.3.1.5:
Spin arrangement / 1.5.5.7:
Hyperfine fields / 6.1.3.2:
Mössbauer spectra of Sn-doped alloys (119Sn) / 1.5.5.7.1:
Thermal conductivity / 1.5.5.7.2.1:
X2Mnln with X = 1B, 8A element / 6.1.3.2.3:
Thermal expansion / 1.5.5.7.2.2:
X2MnSb, XMnSb with X = 8A element / 6.1.3.2.4:
Diffusion and oxidation coefficients / 1.5.5.7.3:
Mössbauer spectra of Sb-based alloys (121Sb), X2MnSb, XMnSb with X = 1B, 8A element / 6.1.3.2.5:
Ferrite thermodynamics / 1.5.5.7.4:
Mössbauer <$$$> element / 6.1.3.2.6:
Solid crystal growth / 1.5.5.7.5:
D03, compounds Fe3Z / 6.1.3.2.7:
Reactivity and sintering / 1.5.5.7.6:
D03-L21 compounds Fe3-xYxSi with Y = 5A, 7A, 8A element / 6.1.3.3:
Mechanical properties / 1.5.5.7.7:
B2-L21 compounds Mn0.5V0.5-xAlx / 6.1.3.4:
References for 1.5.5 / 1.5.5.8:
Metallic perovskites (PH. L'HÉRITIER, D. FRUCHART, R. MADAR, R. FRUCHART) / 1.5.6:
Magnetoresistance and thermomagnetic effect / 1.5.6.1:
Crystallographic properties of McXMf3 compounds / 6.1.3.4.3:
Seebeck effect / 1.5.6.3:
Magnetic and related data of McXMf3 compounds / 6.1.3.5:
Spontaneous magnetization / 1.5.6.3.1:
McXTi3 / 6.1.3.5.1:
Saturation moment at 0 K / 1.5.6.3.2:
McXCr3 / 6.1.3.5.2:
Magnetization as a function of temperature / 1.5.6.3.3:
McXM3 / 6.1.3.5.3:
Magnetization in the region of the Curie point / 1.5.6.3.4:
McXFe3 / 6.1.3.5.4:
Curie temperatures / 1.5.6.3.5:
McXCo3 / 6.1.3.6:
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy / 1.5.6.3.6:
McXNi3 / 6.1.3.6.1:
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy in Mn ferrite / 1.5.6.4:
References for 1.5.6 / 6.1.3.6.2:
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy in Mn ferrite with substitutions
Alloys and compounds of 4d or 5d elements with main group elements (S. MISAWA, K. KANEMATSU) / 6.1.3.6.3:
Linear magnetostriction / 1.6.1:
Magnetic annealing / 6.1.3.6.4:
Alloys and compounds of Zr / 6.1.3.7:
Domains and domain walls / 1.6.2.1:
ZrHx / 6.1.3.7.1:
Domain wall motion experiments / 1.6.2.2:
ZrCuAl / 6.1.3.7.2:
Domain structure / 1.6.2.3:
ZrZn2 / 6.1.3.8:
Response of magnetization to a field / 1.6.2.4:
Other compounds of Zr / 6.1.3.8.1:
High temperature susceptibility / 1.6.3:
Alloys and compounds of Nb / 6.1.3.8.2:
High field susceptibility in the ferrimagnetic state / 1.6.3.1:
Nb4 hydride / 6.1.3.8.3:
Permeability variation with composition, impurities, irradiation, and grain size / 1.6.3.2:
A15 and sigma-phase alloys of Nb / 6.1.3.8.4:
Permeability vs. temperature / 1.6.3.3:
Nb carbides / 6.1.3.8.5:
Permeability vs. pressure / 1.6.3.4:
Nb nitride / 6.1.3.8.6:
Permeability vs. frequency / 1.6.3.5:
Nb chalcogenides / 6.1.3.8.7:
After-effect, disaccommodation, and viscosity / 1.6.4:
Alloys and compounds of Mo / 6.1.3.9:
Microwave properties / 1.6.4.1:
Mo borides / 6.1.3.9.1:
Resonance line width / 1.6.4.2:
MoAlGe / 6.1.3.9.2:
Spectroscopic splitting factor / 1.6.4.3:
Mo carbides / 6.1.3.10:
Optical properties (absorption) / 1.6.4.4:
Mo chalcogenides / 6.1.3.11:
References for 6.1.3.0 - 6.1.3.10 / 1.6.5:
Compounds of Ru / 6.1.4:
Alloys of Rh / 1.6.6:
Alloys and compounds of Pd / C.J. Kriessman ; A.P. Greifer1.6.7:
Pd hydrides / 1.6.7.1:
Pd-Li and Pd-Na compounds / 1.6.7.2:
fcc alloys of Pd / 1.6.7.3:
MgMn ferrites and MgMn ferrites with substitutions / 1.6.7.4:
Other compounds of Pd / 6.1.4.2.0:
Alloys and compounds of Hf / 1.6.8:
Crystallographic properties, physical properties, phase data, magnetic moments / 1.6.8.1:
Hf hydrides / 6.1.4.2.2:
HfZn2 / 1.6.8.2:
Losses / 1.6.8.3:
Hf carbides / 6.1.4.2.4:
Square-loop properties / 1.6.8.4:
Hf chalcogenides / 6.1.4.2.5:
Alloys and compounds of Ta / 1.6.9:
Other ferrite systems containing Mg / 1.6.9.1:
Ta hydrides / 6.1.4.3.0:
Ta carbides / 1.6.9.2:
Ta chalcogenides / 1.6.9.3:
Alloys and compounds of W / 1.6.10:
W borides / 1.6.10.1:
WP / 6.1.4.3.3:
W chalcogenides / 1.6.10.3:
Alloys and compounds of Re / 1.6.11:
Compounds of Os / 1.6.12:
Alloys and compounds of Pt / 1.6.13:
Pt-Li and Pt-Na compounds / 6.1.4.3.6:
fcc alloys of Pt / 1.6.13.2:
Other systems containing trivalent and higher valency cations / 6.1.4.3.7:
Other compounds of Pt
References for 1.6 / 6.1.4.3.8:
References for 6.1.4.1 - 6.1.4.3 / 6.1.4.4:
Zn, Zn-Fe, Zn-Ti, Zn-Li, Zn-Ti-Li, Zn-Cd, Zn-Mg, Zn-Co, and Zn-Cu ferrites / V.J. Folen6.1.5:
Zn-Ni, Zn-Ni-Ge, and Zn-Ni-Sb ferrites / 6.1.5.2:
References for 6.1.5.1 and 6.1.5.2 / 6.1.5.3:
Li ferrite / 6.1.6:
Li-Cr ferrites / 6.1.6.2:
Li-Zn, Li-Zn-Co, Li-Ti, Li-Zn-Ti, and Li-Zn-Ti-Al-Mn ferrites / 6.1.6.3:
Li-A1, Li-Ga, Li-Cd ferrites and Li-Fe ferrites / 6.1.6.4:
Li-Mn, Li-V, and Li-Ge ferrites / 6.1.6.5:
References for 6.1.6.1 - 6.1.6.5 / 6.1.6.6:
Cu-Zn and Cu-Cd ferrites / 6.1.7:
Cu-Cr ferrites / 6.1.7.3:
Cu-Mg ferrites / 6.1.7.4:
Other ferrites, oxide compounds, and oxide mixtures containing Cu / 6.1.7.5:
References for 6.1.7.1 - 6.1.7.5 / 6.1.7.6:
Co ferrite / 6.1.8:
Co ferrite and Co-Fe mixed oxides / 6.1.8.2:
Co-Zn ferrites / 6.1.8.3:
Co-Cd, Co-Mg, Co-Ni, and Co-Cr ferrites / 6.1.8.4:
References for 6.1.8.1 - 6.1.8.4 / 6.1.8.5:
Cr spinels
Cr oxide-spinels / D. Bonnenberg ; H.P.J. Wijn6.2.1:
Binary Cr oxide-spinels / 6.2.1.1:
Ternary and quarternary Cr oxide-spinels / 6.2.1.2:
References to 6.2.1.1 and 6.2.1.2 / 6.2.1.3:
Cr sulfide, selenide and telluride spinels / G.H. Stauss6.2.2:
Comparison of the crystallographic, electrical, and magnetic properties of Cr spinels containing S, Se and Te / 6.2.2.1:
Cd-Cr selenide spinel / 6.2.2.2:
Cd-Cr selenide spinel with substitutions / 6.2.2.4:
Cd-Cr sulfide spinel and substituted compounds / 6.2.2.5:
Hg-Cr selenide, Hg-Cr sulfide spinels and their substituted compounds / 6.2.2.6:
Cu-Cr S, Se and Te spinels / 6.2.2.7:
Cu-Cr S, Se and Te spinels with substitutions / 6.2.2.8:
Fe-Mn-, Co- and Zn-Cr S and Se spinels and their substituted compounds / 6.2.2.9:
References for 6.2.2.1 - 6.2.2.9 / 6.2.2.10:
Further spinels
V spinels and substituted V spinels / 6.3.1:
Ge spinels and substituted Ge spinels / 6.3.1.1:
Rh spinels and substituted Rh spinels / 6.3.3:
References to 6.3.1 - 6.3.3 / 6.3.4:
Al spinels and substituted Al spinels / 6.3.5:
Ga spinels and substituted Ga spinels / 6.3.6:
In spinels and substituted In spinels / 6.3.7:
References to 6.3.5 - 6.3.7 / 6.3.8:
Co spinels and substituted Co spinels / 6.3.9:
Ni spinels and substituted Ni spinels / 6.3.10:
Te spinels and substituted Te spinels / 6.3.11:
Mn spinels and substituted Mn spinels / 6.3.12:
Ti spinels and substituted Ti spinels / 6.3.13:
References to 6.3.9 - 6.3.13 / 6.3.14:
Mo spinels and substituted Mo spinels / 6.3.15:
W spinels and substituted W spinels / 6.3.16:
Nb spinels and substituted Nb spinels / 6.3.17:
Zr spinels / 6.3.18:
Sb spinels and substituted Sb spinels / 6.3.19:
Sn spinels and substituted Sn spinels / 6.3.20:
Si spinels and substituted Si spinels / 6.3.21:
References to 6.3.15 - 6.3.21 / 6.3.22:
Hexagonal ferrites / 7:
Quantities and units / 7.0:
List of symbols / 7.2:
Chemical compositions and phase diagrams of hexagonal ferrites / 7.3:
Crystal structures / 7.4:
Paramagnetic properties of ferrites with hexagonal crystal structures / 7.5:
M (magnetoplumbite)-type ferrites / 7.6:
Survey of the chemical substitutions in the M structure and room temperature lattice constants / 7.6.1:
Electric and dielectric properties / 7.6.2:
Môssbauer spectra, saturation magnetization, and Curie temperature / 7.6.3:
Magneto-crystalline anisotropy / 7.6.4:
Hysteresis properties / 7.6.6:
High-frequency magnetic properties / 7.6.7:
Magnetic spectrum / 7.6.7.1:
Line width of the ferromagnetic resonance / 7.6.7.2:
W-type ferrites / 7.7:
Survey of chemical substitutions in the W structure / 7.7.1:
Saturation magnetization and Curie temperature / 7.7.2:
Magnetostriction / 7.7.4:
Y-type ferrites / 7.7.7:
Lattice parameters / 7.8.1:
Mössbauer spectra, saturation magnetization, spectroscopic splitting factor, and Curie temperature / 7.8.2:
Magneto-crystalline anisotropy derived from static measurements / 7.8.4:
Magneto-crystalline anisotropy field derived from the ferromagnetic resonance frequency / 7.8.4.2:
Magnetic spectrum of the initial permeability / 7.8.5:
Ferromagnetic resonance properties / 7.8.6.2:
Non-linear effects in the ferromagnetic resonance / 7.8.6.3:
Z-type ferrites / 7.9:
Resistivity / 7.9.1:
U-type ferrites / 7.9.3:
Calcium ferrites / 7.11:
References for 7 / 7.12:
Index of substances for III/4a and III/4b / 8:
The references are presented below the abstract of each pdf-document to allow cross-reference linking / Group V:
Landolt-Bornstein
Title Page
Group III: Condensed Matter / 0:
Group II: Molecules and Radicals
Contributors
Preface
Geophysics
Authors / Volume 16:
Notations, constants, and general relations / J. DemaisonVolume 2:
Astronomical instruments
Ferroelectrics and Related Substances
Molecular Constants Mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam, and Electron Resonance Spectroscopy
Magnetic properties of rare earth elements, alloys and compounds
Geophysics of the Solid Earth, the Moon and the Planets
Non-Oxides
Subvolume A
Diamagnetic Molecules / W. Huttner1.1 - 1.4:
Ocean waves / Subvolume A:
List of space group symbols for various settings
See Vol.19A
2.3 See Vol.19D1
See Vol.19D1
Title Page, Contributors, Preface
Nucleon nucleon scattering / J.R. Morton
Optical telescopes
3d elements / D. Griller
Alphabetical list of frequently used prototypes
List of symbols and abbreviations / H. Kraus ; L. Magaard1.1.1:
List of syrnbols and abbreviations
2.5 See Vol.19D2
The earth in the planetary system (See Vol. 2A) / H.R. Kirchmayr
Total cross sections / K.F. Preston ; H. Paul ; J.J.M. Franse ; C.-D. SchonwieseI:
Solar telescopes
The earth in the planetary system
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-radical reactions
See Vol.19E1 / L.A. Mysak1.5.1:
Tables / E. Burzo ; R. Gersdorf1.0:
Elements / G. Zibold
Constants of diamagnetic molecules
Properties of the solid earth
Inorganic radicals
Nonconjugated carbon radicals
AgAlCdS - CuTeYb (See Vol.14B1) / H. WänkeI A:
Climate definition
Total and integrated cross sections for pp, pd and dd scattering / P. Morin2.1 - 2.4:
Photoelectric photometry
Classification and basic features
Compounds of rare earth elements and 3d elements / 11.1:
Seismicity and the interior of the earth (See Vol. 2A)
Ti, V, Cr, Mn / 1.1.2:
DyErTe - HoPrS
3d elements and Cu, Ag or Au
Borides
lntroduction / 2.4.1:
Origin of the earth in the solar system / I B:
Qualitative definitions of climate / W. Rosenthal1.1.1.1:
Compounds of rare earth elements and Be, Mg, Zn, Cd or Hg
See Vol.19B
Total and integrated cross sections for neutrons on protons and nuclei
Photographic emulsions
Self-reactions
HoS - PTeU
Heat flow and temperature distribution in the earth's interior / 11.2:
Definition of ferroelectrics and antiferroelectrics / 1.1.3:
Ti / E. Tiemann ; E. Groten
Carbides
Alkyl radicals / 2.4.1.1:
Wind waves and swell / I C:
PaS - TeZr
The climate system / 1.5.1.2:
Dipole moments
Total cross sections of antiprotons on protons and deuterons / 1.2.1:
Spectrometers and spectrographs
Cross reactions
General / 6.2.0:
Oceanic and continental heat-flow data / 2.6.1:
Remarks on some fundamental concepts and quantities
Survey
The motion of the earth
V
Definition of the various kinds of magnetism
Hydrides
Hydrogen-centered radicals / 2.4.1.2:
Primary alkyl radicals
Figures / I D:
Crystallography and metallurgy / 1.5.1.2.1:
Oceanic heat flow data (See Vol. 2A)
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for elastic pp, pd and dd scattering / 1.2.2:
Optical high resolution methods
Relative rate constants
References for 2 and 3 (See Vol.14B1)
Phase diagrams. Crystal structure / 11.4:
Symbols and units / 2.2.1.2:
Abbreviations, notation and units
Cr
Spin-glass behaviour and micromagnetism
Diatomic molecules / 2.4.1.3:
Lithium-centered radicals / D.S. Chapman
Noncyclic secondary alkyl radicals
Alphabetical index of mineral and common names / J.P. LorandI E:
References for 11 / 1.5.1.2.2:
Magnetism
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at low momenta / 2.6.2:
X-ray and gamma-ray instruments
Diatomic molecules: Rotational and related constants
Survey of contents / G. Wlodarczak2.7.2:
Mn
Diamagnetism
Climate models (See Vol.4C2)
Continental heat flow data
Beryllium-centered radicals
Noncyclic tertiary alkyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Radical-molecule addition reactions / I F:
The deterministic description of a linear plane wave, its energy and momentum density / 1.1.1.5:
RX compounds / 1.5.1.2.3:
Differential cross sections for elastic pp scattering at high momenta / 2.4.1.3.1:
Infrared techniques
The present global surface climate (See Vol.4C2) / 2.0:
Linear molecules / 2.7.3:
Publications on ferroelectrics / 1.9:
Units and definitions
References for 1.1.1
Paramagnetism
Units / 2.6.3:
Boron-centered radicals
Monocyclic alkyl radicals
Linear molecules: Rotational and related constants / II:
The energy density spectrum
Differential cross sections for elastic pd and dd scattering / 1.5.1.2.4:
Radio astronomical receiver systems
Tables of nuclear quadrupole interaction parameters / M.B. Stearns6.2.4:
Data
Orbital motion of the earth
Ferromagnetism
Definitions / 2.7.4:
Carbon-centered radicals
Polycyclic alkyl radicals
Methyl radical
Surface waves in deep water
Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.2.5:
Symmetric top molecules
Polarization parameters for elastic pp scattering / 2.2.1.2.2:
Positions and time determination, astronomical constants
Oxides (See Vol.16A)
Fe, Co, Ni
Symmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants / 6.2.5:
Primary parameters of the earth's rotational motion in space
Antiferromagnetism / 1.1.2.1:
Measurements / J. Vogt
Nitrogen-centered radicals
σ-electronic carbon radicals
Inorganic crystals other than oxides
Other acyclic hydrocarbon radicals
Surface waves in shallow water
Scope of consideration / 1.5.1.2.6:
Differential cross sections and polarization parameters for np elastic and charge exchange scattering / 2.7.5:
Determination of astronomical latitude and longitude
Forced nutation / 6.2.6:
Metamagnetism / 1.1.2.2:
X-rich compounds
Continental heat flow literature / 2.4.2:
Oxygen-centered radicals
Vinyl-type radicals
SbSI family
Cycloalkyl radicals
References for 6.2
Physical principles generally governing Specific Surfaces Climates / 1.5.1.3:
Time determination / 2.7.6:
Asymmetric top molecules: Rotational and related constants
Phase diagrams, lattice constants and elastic moduli
J. Demaison / 14.3:
The rotation of the earth / 1.3.1:
Remarks and relations concerning various quantities / D. Olbers1.1.2.3:
Continental heat flow results / 2.4.2.1:
Fluorine-centered radicals
Aryl radicals
HCl family
Inorganic molecules
Cumyl radical
Tables of differential elastic np cross sections (including charge exchange scattering) at low energies / 1.5.1.3.1:
The system of astronomical constants
Paramagnetic properties
Values of <$$> for the valence states of some neutral atoms / 14.4:
Quadrupole coupling constants / 2.7.7:
Methane, ethane, propane derivatives / 1.3.2:
Tidal dissipation
Internal gravity waves / 1.1.2.4:
Curie-Weiss law
Global heat flow
Sodium-centered radicals
Acyl radicals
NaNO2 family
Alkyl radicals containing heteroatoms
References for 14 / 6.3.0:
Ternary compounds
Differential elastic np cross sections at high energies / 2.4.2.2:
The solar system
Aliphatic molecules with double and triple carbon-bonds / 17:
Spontaneous magnetization, magnetic moments and high-field susceptibility
The Celestial Ephemeris Pole / 2.7.8:
List of symbols and indices / 1.1.2.5:
References for 2.2.1.2
Magnesium-centered radicals
References for 3.1 and 3.2
KNO3 family
Elemento-organic compounds
Phenyl radicals
References for 2.7 / 1.5.1.3.3:
Differential np charge exchange cross sections at high energies / 2.2.2:
The sun
Magnetocrystalline anisotropy constants / 18:
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust (See Vol. 2A)
Elements with two or three internal rotors / A. Berndt1.3.4:
Bibliography for 1.2
Arrott plots / 1.1.2.6:
Climate variations
Aluminum-centered radicals / H. Oesterreicher2.4.2.3:
PbHPO4 family
Vinyl and acyl radicals
Polarization parameters of elastic np scattering / E.A. Lubimova1.5.1.3.4:
The quiet sun
Saturated cyclic compounds / 19:
Magnetostriction coefficients
Carbon radicals with conjugated &pi-systems / K. Oesterreicher
Observational techniques / 1.1.2.7:
Magnetic anisotropy
Silicon-centered radicals
KDP (KH2PO4) family
Unsaturated cyclic and aromatic compounds
Aromatic radical cations
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior / 1.5.1.3.5:
Differential cross sections and polarization of elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 1.2.13:
Solar activity
Form factors, densities and magnetic moments / 20:
Compounds based on rare earth elements and B
Seismicity and the interior of the earth / 2.4.2.4:
Space-time scales / 1.1.2.8:
High-frequency properties
Information sources
Phosphorus-centered radicals / F.D. Stacey2.8.1:
(NH4)2SO4 family
Polymer radicals / 2.1.1:
The planets and their satellites / 1.5.1.3.6:
Hyperfine fields, isomer shifts and relaxation time / G. Schneider21:
Binary rare earth borides
Radicals with 3 conjugated π-electrons
Equations of motion / A.L.J. Beckwith1.4.1:
Hall resistivity
Remarks on statistical problems
Heat transport in the earth's interior / 2.8.1.1:
Sulfur-centered radicals
NH4HSO4 family / 4.2.1:
Mechanical data of the planets and satellites / 1.5.1.4:
Seismicity / 22:
Spin wave properties
Allyl and deuterated allyl radicals
Carbon-centered radicals: Fragmentation and rearrangement reactions / 1.4.2:
Kinematics of linear small-scale waves / 1.1.2.10:
Remarks on some concepts of metallurgy
History of paleoclimate and neoclimate before the modern interval
Electrical properties of the earth's interior
Chlorine-centered radicals
(NH4)3H(SO4)2 family / 4.2.2:
Linear and symmetric top moleculesJ. Demaison
General features of the data / 1.5.1.4.1:
Physics of the planets and satellites
g factors and ferromagnetic resonance properties / 23:
Alkyl-substituted allyl radicals / U. Schmucker
Spectral models / 1.4.3:
Quenched bulk alloys
History of neoclimate since the modern interval (1659 AD)
Potassium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.6:
NH4LiSO4 family / 4.2.3:
Table of differential cross sections for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 1.5.1.4.2:
Small bodies in the solar system
Asymmetric top molecules / 24:
Fermi surfaces, band structures, exchange energies and electron spin polarizations
Depth distribution of the electrical conductivity
Allyl radicals containing F, Cl, Br
Fragmentation reactions / 1.4.4:
Spectral dynamics / 1.1.2.12:
Quench-condensation
Overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Calcium-centered radicals / 2.8.1.3:
Langbeinite-type family / 4.2.4:
Table of polarization parameters for elastic (anti-p)p scattering / 1.5.1.4.3:
The asteroids (minor planets)
Geometric and dynamic source parameters / 25:
Optical constants, magneto-optic Kerr or Faraday effect
Hindered rotation / 2.4.2.7:
Allyl radicals containing O
Rearrangement reactions / 1.4.5:
References for 6.3 / 1.1.2.13:
Annealing
Spectral overview of the northern hemisphere temperature variations
Scandium-centered radicals / 2.8.2:
Lecontite (NaNH4SO4·2H2O) family / 4.2.5:
References for 1.4 / 1.5.1.4.4:
Meteors and meteorites
Radiation pattern and source mechanisms / 26:
Index of substances (See Vol.13E)
Specific heat, resistivity, magnetoresistance, Hall coefficients, Seebeck coefficients and thermal conductivity
Deuterium / W. Zahel
Allyl radicals containing S
Ageing / 3.3.3:
Summary of possible causes of climate variations
Vanadium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.2:
Alum (NH4Fe(SO4)2·12H2O) family / 4.2.6:
Symmetric top rnolecules / 1.5.1.4.5:
Kaon nucleon elastic and charge exchange scattering / 1.2.20:
Comets
Seismic source spectrum and magnitude / 27:
References for 1.1.2
Astronomical tides
Lithium
Derivation of apparent resistivity estimates from experimental electric and electromagnetic data / 2.8.1.5:
Allyl radicals containing N and P
Cold working / 3.3.4:
Cobalt-centered radicals / 2.3.1.3:
GASH (C(NH2)3Al(SO4)2·6H2O) family / 4.2.7:
Linear and symmetric top molecules
Survey of data / 1.5.1.5:
Interplanetary dust and zodiacal light
The spatial distribution of earthquake foci / 28:
Alloys between 3d elements
Beryllium
Inversion of electromagnetic response estimates
Allyl radicals containing Si, Ge, and Sn
Surveys / 3.3.5:
Glossary
Copper-centered radicals / 2.3.1.4:
LiH3(SeO3)2 family / 4.2.8:
Interplanetary particles and magnetic field / 1.5.1.6:
Seismic return period and earthquake statistics / 29:
The tide-generating potential
Boron
Asymmetric top rnolecules / 2.4.2.9:
Principle constraints of interpretation
Methylene allyl radicals
3d transition elements with Cu / K.A. Hempel3.4:
References for 15
Zinc-centered radicals / 2.8.2.1:
Colemanite (Ca2B6O11·5H2O) / 4.2.9:
Tables of total cross sections of (K+-)p and (K+-)d scattering / 1.5.1.7:
Abundances of the elements in the solar system
Macroseismic effects / 30:
The tidal dynamical equations
- 9 Nitrogen / D. Etling
Magnetic constants
General notes on response data and models in figures and tables of subsection 2.3.1
Iminoallyl radicals
3d transition elements with Ag / A. Dubrulle3.5:
Gallium-centered radicals / 10:
Tables of differential cross sections for elastic (K+-)p scattering / 4.2.10:
Chronology of the solar system
K4Fe(CN)6·3H2O family
Earthquake prediction
Alloys between Fe, Co or Ni
Time dependence of the tidal field of motion
The Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL)
Oxygen
The electrical resistivity in the continental crust / 2.8.2.2:
Phenyl- and aryl-substituted allyl radicals
Comprehensive index (See Vol.2C)
3d transition elements with Au / 31:
RNi compounds / 16.1:
Germanium-centered radicals / 2.3.1.7:
Diatomic rnolecules / 4.2.11:
Tables of differential cross sections for charge exchange scattering / 1.2.25:
SC(NH2)2
C-C bonds
References for 2.1.1
Phase diagrams, lattice parameters
Open ocean tides
Sodium
The electrical resistivity of the mantle from observations on continents / 2.9.2:
Aza-allyl and phospha-allyl radicals
References for 1.5.1 / 32:
Arsenic-centered radicals / W. HUTtner16.2:
C-Si and C-Ge bonds / 4.2.12:
Tables of polarizations in elastic (K+-)p scattering / G. Müller1.5.2:
N(CH3)4HgCl3 family
Magnetic properties
Co-oscillating tides
The vertical structure of the PBL
Magnesium
The resistivity of crust and mantle beneath oceans
Semicyclic allyl radicals
C-O bonds / 33:
Selenium-centered radicals / W. Zürn1.2.1.2.1:
References for 2 / 4.2.13:
Cu(HCOO)2·4H2O
C-S and C-Se bonds
Vertical distribution of tidal currents
3d elements and Be, Mg, Zn or Hg
Theoretical basis
Aluminum
References for 2.3.1 / 2.8.2.4:
Cyclopropenyl radicals
Seismic waves and free oscillations / 34:
Bromine-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.2:
C-N and C-P bonds / 4.2.14:
DSP (Ca2Sr(CH3CH2COO)6) family / V. Haak2.1.2.0:
Hyperfine magnetic fields, isomer shifts
References for 6.4
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Be
The surface layer
Sulfur
Isocyclic allyl radicals
Other bonds / 35:
Krypton-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.3:
Index of substances (See Vol.19D3) / E. Mittelsteadt4.2.15:
Anomalies of the electrical conductivity in the earth's crust and upper mantle
CH2ClCOONH4 family / 1.2.29:
Spin waves
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Mg
The Planetary Boundary Layer
Chlorine
Heterocyclic allyl radicals / 2.8.2.5:
Body waves / 36:
Rubidium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.4:
Upwelling regions / 4.2.16:
Chlorine (See Vol.20B)
TGS ((NH2CH2COOH)3·H2SO4) family / 1.2.30:
Atomic magnetic moment, magnetic moment density, g and g' factor
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Zn or Hg
Observations in the PBL
Potassium - Rubidium (See Vol.20B)
Bicyclic and tricyclic allyl radicals / 2.3.2.1:
Surface waves / 37:
Zirconium - Bismuth (See Vol.20C) / 1.2.1.2.5:
Strontium-centered radicals
NH2CH2COOH·AgNO3 / 4.2.17:
Spontaneous magnetization, Curie temperature
References for 1.5.2
Modelling of the PBL
Diagrams of NQR frequencies and related properties (See Vol.20C)
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allyl radicals / 2.3.2.2:
Free oscillations / 38:
Yttrium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.6:
Open ocean upwelling zones / 4.2.18:
Representation of experimental data / J.G. Booth
(NH2CH2COOH)2·HNO3 / 1.2.32:
High-field susceptibility
Allenyl (propargyl) radicals / 2.8.2.7:
Niobium-centered radicals / 39:
Coastal upwelling / 4.2.19:
3d elements and B, Al, Ga, In or TI
Resolution and reliability
(NH2CH2COOH)2·MnCl2·2H2O / 1.2.33:
References for 2.1.2
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on allenyl radicals / 1.5.3.1:
Rhodium-centered radicals / 40:
Structure formulas (See Vol.20C) / A.M. Dziewonski
Selection of anomalies / 2.8.2.8:
(CH3NHCH2COOH)3·CaCl2 / 1.2.34:
Appendix: Additions to Chapter 2 Index of substances (See Vol.14B)
References for 16 / 1.5.3.2:
Radicals with 5 conjugated π-electrons / 2.4.2.17:
Indexes (See Vol.20C) / D.L. Anderson ; G. Koslowski41:
Silver-centered radicals
3d-B alloys and compounds / 4.3.1:
Presentation of results
Rochelle salt (NaKC4H4O6·4H2O) family / 1.2.35:
Magnetomechanical properties, elastic moduli, sound velocity
Pentadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3:
Structure, elastic and rheological properties and density of the earth's interior / 42:
Ice in the ocean / 1.2.1.2.10:
Cadmium-centered radicals / 2.4.2.18:
3d-Al alloys and compounds / 4.3.2:
List of compiled conductivity anomalies
LiNH4C4H4O6·H2O family / 1.2.36:
Thermomagnetic properties, thermal expansion coefficient, specific heat, Debye temperature, thermal conductivity
Pentadiinyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.1:
Indium-centered radicals / 1.2.1.2.11:
Miscellanea / 4.3.3:
Sc-Al / 2.1.3.1:
Errata (See Vol.20C)
Description of anomalies
Galvanomagnetic properties / 1.2.37:
Semicyclic pentadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.2:
The Gross Earth Data Set
Structure of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.12:
Tin-centered radicals
Miscellaneous crystals (including oxides) and polymers / 4.3.4:
Ti-Al / 2.1.3.2:
References for 2.3.2
Magneto-optical properties / 1.2.38:
Cyclopentadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.3:
The earth model
Salinity of sea ice / 1.2.1.2.13:
Composition of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2A) / 2.4.2.20:
Antimony-centered radicals
Liquid crystals and related liquids / 4.3.5:
V-Al / 2.1.3.3:
Tides of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 1.2.39:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclopentadienyl radicals
Thermophysical properties of sea ice / 1.2.1.3:
Tellurium-centered radicals
Cr-Al / 4.3.6:
Gravity field and figure of the earth (See Vol. 2A) / 2.8.2.11:
References for 2.1.3 / 1.2.40:
References for 1.2.1
Cyclohexadienyl radicals / 1.5.3.3.5:
Elastic properties and deformation of sea ice / 2.1.4:
References for 2.4
Iodine-centered radicals
Mn-Al / C. Prodehl ; K. Adachi4.3.7:
Magnetic field of the earth
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on cyclohexadienyl radicals / A. Chelkowski1.2.41:
Strength of sea ice
Xenon-centered radicals
Structure of the earth's crust and upper mantle / 4.3.8:
Alloys between Ti, V, Cr or Mn
Fe-Al / 8.6:
Compounds of rare earth elements and 4d or 5d elements / 2.8.2.12:
Pyryl radicals
Ice cover characteristics of the world ocean
Sources of the geomagnetic field / 2.5.1:
Cesium-centered radicals
Co-Al / 4.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyryl radicals / 4.1.1:
References for 8
External part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.5.2:
Barium-centered radicals
Procedure of interpretation / 4.3.10:
V-Ti
Ni-Al / 9:
Pseudoternary compounds / H.G. Gierloff-emden4.1.2:
Survey of compounds and properties
Thiapyryl radicals
Internal part of the earth's magnetic field / 2.8.3.1:
Lanthanum-centered radicals
Main features of continental and oceanic crustal structure / 4.3.11:
Cr-Ti
3d-Ga compounds
Coastal oceanography / 4.1.3:
Compounds with transition metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.1:
Pyridinyl radicals
Spherical harmonics in geomagnetism / 9.1:
Tungsten-centered radicals
Presentation of individual results / 4.3.12:
Cr-V
Sc-Ga
References for 2.5
Definitions and spatial extensions / 4.1.4:
Compounds with rare earth metal substitution / 1.5.3.4.2:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on pyridinyl radicals
References for 4.1 / 9.2:
Gold-centered radicals
Main features of the structure of the lower lithosphere and asthenosphere / 4.3.13:
Mn-Ti
Ti-Ga
Classification of coasts / 1.2.47:
References for 2.8 / 1.5.3.4.3:
Phosphorinyl radicals
Magnetic field on the surface and the interior of the earth / 9.3:
Mercury-centered radicals
References for 2.1.4 / 4.4:
Mn-V
V-Ga
The high-energy environment of the coastal zone / 1.2.48:
Radicals with 7 conjugated π-electrons / W. Bosum1.5.3.4.4:
Thallium-centered radicals / 9.4:
Mn-Cr / 4.4.1:
Cr-Ga
Compounds of rare earth elements and Al, Ga, In or Tl
The shore as the interaction zone of sea and land / R. Pucher1.2.49:
Heptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.5:
Lead-centered radicals / H. Roeser9.5:
Mn-Ga / 4.4.2:
Wave effects on coasts / 1.2.50:
Cycloheptatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.6:
Alloys of Fe, Co or Ni and Ti, V, Cr or Mn / R. Von Herzen
Crustal anomalies and their cause / 9.6:
Bismuth-centered radicals
Fe-Ga / 4.4.3:
Tide effects on coasts / 4.2.1.0:
Cyclooctatrienyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.7:
Oceanic heat flow data
Ytterbium-centered radicals / 9.7:
Co-Ga / 4.4.4:
Estuaries and lagoons as coastal water bodies / 4.2.1.1:
Benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.4.8:
Fe-Ti
Definition of the crustal anomalies / 9.8:
References for 1.2
Ni-Ga / 4.4.5:
References for 2.9
Coastal lagoons / 4.2.1.2:
Benzyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / A. V.Zelewsky1.5.3.4.9:
Western and South Pacific
Fe-V
Layout and execution of geomagnetic surveys / 9.9:
Cu-Ga / 4.4.6:
River discharge affecting coastal waters / C. Daul4.2.1.3:
Bicyclic benzyl-type radicals derived from indanone and phthalide / 1.5.3.5:
Northeast and Central Pacific
Fe-Cr
Compounds of rare earth elements and C, Si, Ge, Sn or Pb / 9.10:
Data handling
3d-In alloys and compounds / 4.4.7:
Radicals in metal complexes / 2.10.1:
Chemical and biological effects on the coastal zone
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on benzyl radicals / 1.5.3.5.1:
East Pacific
Fe-Mn
Interpretation methods / 9.11:
Sc-In / 4.5:
Climatologic-meteorologic effects on coasts. Oceanic-atmospheric coupled systems / 2.10.2:
Radicals with 9 conjugated π-electrons / 1.5.3.5.2:
North Atlantic
Co-Tl
Magnetic anomalies of the continental crust / 9.12:
Mn-In / 4.5.1:
Sea level change and the coastal zone / 2.10.3:
Cyclooctatetraenylmethyl / 1.5.3.5.3:
South Atlantic
Co-V
Marine magnetic anomalies / 9.13:
Ni-In / 4.5.2:
Complexes of group IIa: Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba / 2.10.4:
References for 9
Indenyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.6:
Indian Ocean
Co-Cr
References for 2.10
Economic aspects
3d-Tl alloys and compounds / 4.5.3:
Complexes of group IIIb: B, Al, Ga, In / 4.2.1.8:
alpha-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 1.5.3.7:
Marginal Seas
Co-Mn
Bibliography for 4.2.1
References for 1.5.3 / 4.5.4:
Complexes of group IVb: Ge, Sn, Pb
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from indole and carbazole
References for 2.2.1.1
Ni-Ti
Complexes of group Vb: Sb / 4.5.5:
Continental heat flow data (See Vol. 2B)
Magnetic and electric fields due to electromagnetic induction by external sources
beta-Hydronaphthyl and related radicals / 2.2.5:
Ni-V
Complexes of group IIIa: Y, La, Lu / L. Rybach4.2.2.0:
Quinolinyl and related radicals / 2.2.6:
Ni-Cr
Radioactive heat production in the continental crust / 4.2.2.1:
Complexes of group IVa: Ti / 1.2.3.12:
Basic observations and theoretical concepts
Cyclohexadienyl-type radicals derived from anthracene and phenanthrene and related to hydro-naphthyl / 2.2.7:
Temperature profiles in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Ni-Mn
Complexes of group Va: V / 4.2.2.2:
Heat transport in the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B)
Response functions for induced magnetic and electric fields
Radicals with 11 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.8:
V-Cr-Mn
Electrical properties of the earth's interior (See Vol. 2B) / 4.2.2.3:
Complexes of group VIa: Cr, Mo, W / 1.2.3.14:
Natural earth potentials and earth currents
Radicals with 13 conjugated π-electrons / 2.2.9:
Fe-V-Cr / I. Jackson
Complexes of group VIIa: Mn, Re / 4.2.2.4:
Derivation of external source fields from surface observations
Phenalenyl (perinaphthenyl) radicals / 2.2.10:
Composition of the earth's interior
Fe-Cr-Mn
Complexes of group VIII: Fe, Ru, Co, Rh, Ir, Ni, Pd, Pt / 4.2.2.5:
References for 4.2.2
Diphenylmethyl radicals / 2.2.11:
Co-V-Cr
Complexes of group Ib: Cu, Ag / D. Voppel4.7.3:
Fluorenyl radicals / 2.2.12:
Co-Cr-Mn
Observation and description of the main geomagnetic field and its secular variation / 4.7.4:
Complexes of group IIb: Zn, Cd, Hg
Dibenzocyclohexadienyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.0:
The crust
Fe-Co-Ti
List of symbols, quantities, units and abbreviations / 4.7.5:
References for 2.2
Index of Substances (See Vol.9D2) / 4.2.3.1:
Dibenzocycloheptatrienyl and related radicals
The upper mantle
Fe-Co-V
Benzo[cd]pyrenyl / 4.7.6:
The transition zone
Fe-Co-Cr
Observation of the earth's magnetic field / 4.7.7:
Xanthyl radicals / V:
The lower mantle
Fe-Co-Mn
Combined index of substances for Vols.16A and 16B / 4.7.8:
Analyses of observations / 2.4.7:
Thioxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.4:
The core
Fe-Ni-V
Knowledge gained from spherical harmonic models / 4.7.9:
Selenoxanthyl and related radicals / 4.2.3.5:
Fe-Ni-Cr
References for 4.2.3 / 4.7.10:
Acridinyl and related radicals
Tides of the earth
Fe-Ni-Mn
Dibenzosilacyclohexadienyl and related radicals / F.H. Busse4.7.11:
List of symbols and abbreviations for 2.5.1 and 2.5.2
Co-Ni-Ti
Material properties entering the theory of the main geomagnetic field
Diphenylmethyl-type radicals containing heterocyclic 6 π-electron ring systems / H. Wilhelm ; H. Soffel4.7.12:
Co-Ni-Mn
Palaeomagnetism and archaeomagnetism / 4.7.13:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on diphenylmethyl radicals
References for 1.2.2 and 1.2.3
Tidal forcing field / 4.3.0:
Radicals with 19 conjugated π-electrons / S. Misawa2.5.1.1:
Introduction, definitions, hypotheses / K. Kanematsu4.8.1:
Triphenylmethyl radicals
Expansion in spherical harmonics / 4.8.2:
4d and 5d elements, alloys and compounds
Apparent polar wander paths (APWP) / 2.5.1.3:
9-Phenylfluorenyl radicals
Equatorial and ecliptical coordinates / 4.8.3:
Introduction to the paramagnetism of 4d and 5d transition metals
Geomagnetic polarity time scale, magnetostratigraphy, palaeo-secular variation / 2.5.1.4:
9-Phenylxanthyl radicals
Components / 4.8.4:
Magnetic susceptibility
Determination of the intensity of the ancient geomagnetic field / 2.5.1.5:
9-Naphthylxanthyl radicals
Astronomical variables. Time / 4.8.5:
Magnetic susceptibility as a function of composition
Geomagnetic field during a polarity transition / 2.5.1.6:
Dioxydehydrocoranthryl and sesquixanthydryl
Harmonic development / 4.8.6:
High-field magnetization
Archaeomagnetism / 2.5.1.7:
9-Phenylthioxanthyl
References for 2.5.1 / 4.8.7:
Magnetization density
Palaeomagnetism of samples of extraterrestrial origin / 1.3.6:
9-Phenylselenoxanthyl
Knight shift / 4.8.8:
References for 4.3 / 1.3.7:
9-Phenylacridinyl
Tides of the solid earth / 4.8.9:
Transport of masses in the earth's interior / 1.3.8:
Triphenylmethyl-type radicals containing 5-membered ring systems especially thiophene
Magnetoresistance and Hall effect / 2.5.2.1:
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor / 1.3.9:
References to further papers concerning ESR studies on triphenylmethyl radicals
Magnetic field dependence of the electronic specific heat coefficient / 2.5.2.2:
Body tides / H. Hagedorn
References for 4 / 1.3.10:
Effect of plastic deformation on the susceptibility / 2.5.2.3:
The relief of the earth's surface
Observations
References for 1.3 / 1.3.11:
The hypsographic curve
Load tides
Alloys and compounds of 3d elements and 4d or 5d elements / 5.1.1.2:
Area of continents and oceans
Systematic effects
Structural forms due to endogenic processes / M. Shiga5.1.1.3:
Local elastic inhomogeneities
3d elements and Zr, Nb, Mo or Hf, Ta, W, Re / 5.1.1.4:
Exogenic continental relief / 1.4.1.1:
Meteorological effects
Weathering / 5.1.1.5:
References for 2.5.2
Exogenic relief-forming processes / P. Brosche5.1.1.6:
Ice and glaciated areas / J. Sündermann5.1.1.7:
Tidal friction and dynamics of the earth-moon-system / 5.1.1.8:
References for 5.1.1 / 2.5.3.0:
The principle / H.G. Gierloff-Emden5.1.2:
Relief of the sea floor
References for 1.4.1 / 2.5.3.2:
Balances of energy and angular momentum / 2.5.3.3:
Geomorphology of the sea floor
Long time integration / 2.5.3.4:
Documentation and presentation of the relief of the sea on maps
3d elements and Ru, Rh, Pd or Os, Ir, Pt / 2.5.3.5:
Bibliography for 2.5.3 / 5.1.2.3:
Hypsography of the relief of the sea floor
3d-rich alloys
Hypsometric statistics of the sea floor / H.-G. Kahle5.1.2.4:
Concentrated alloys and intermetallic compounds
Gravity field and figure of the earth / 5.1.2.5:
Terms for horizontal and vertical dimensions of oceans and sea floors / 1.4.2.2.0:
Gravity potential of the earth / 5.1.2.6:
Subdivision of the seafloor into physiographic provinces / 1.4.2.2.1:
Sc, Ti, and V alloys and compounds
Fundamental notions of gravimetry / 5.1.2.7:
Classification of the ocean floor features / 1.4.2.2.2:
Gravimetric measuring techniques / 5.1.2.8:
Morphologic units of the oceans: description of forms / 1.4.2.2.3:
Reference ellipsoid and geoid / 5.1.2.9:
Tectonic-morphogenetic units of the mid-atlantic ridge and adjacent areas / 1.4.2.2.4:
Satellite geodesy and the earth's gravitational potential V / 5.1.2.10:
Classification of global physiographic units of the Atlantic Ocean, topographic-bathymetric dimension (metric) / 1.4.2.2.5:
Co alloys and compounds
References for 3 / 5.1.2.11:
The mid-ocean ridges: geomorphologic element of global scale and distribution / 1.4.2.2.6:
Magnetic field of the earth (See Vol. 2B)
Ni alloys and compounds
Classification of continental margins / 5.1.2.12:
4d- and 5d-rich alloys
Relief of the earth's surface and of the sea floor (See Vol. 2B) / 5.1.2.13:
Submarine canyons (features of macroscale)
References for 1.4.2
Fracture zones (features of mesoscale to macroscale) / H. Mälzer5.1.2.14:
Recent crustal movements / 5.1.2.15:
Deep sea trenches (features of meso- to macroscale) / 5.2.0:
Abyssal hills and seamounts. Example: features of the Pacifc Ocean sea floor / 5.1.2.16:
Micro-relief of the sea floor: the roughness of the ocean bottom / 5.1.2.17:
Measurements of deformation within plate interiors and near active plate boundaries / 5.1.2.18:
Sedimentation of the ocean bottom / 5.2.3:
Measurements on a global scale / 5.1.2.19:
The mid-ocean ridges and the sea floor spreading / 5.2.4:
References for 5.2 / 5.1.2.20:
Plate tectonics and the relief of the sea floor
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics (See Vol. 2B)
References for 5.1.2 / 5.1.2.21:
Recent crustal movements (See Vol. 2A)
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling
Theories and hypotheses of global tectonics / W.R. Jacoby ; R. Meissner ; P. Janle
Planetology of terrestrial planets / 5.3.0:
Historical review / 5.3.1:
Short description of the terrestrial planetary bodies / 5.3.3:
Plate kinematics
Absolute age determinations / 5.3.4:
Measurements of plate motions
Relative age determination / 5.3.5:
Results
Geological - geophysical interpretation of surface structures / 5.3.6:
Plate tectonics
Gravity studies from orbiters and density models of lithospheres / 5.3.7:
Plate dynamics: driving mechanisms
Additional studies from orbiter, fly-by, and descend missions / 5.3.8:
References for 5.3
Motions in the earth's core and core-mantle coupling (See Vol. 2A)
Lunar seismology
Planetology of terrestrial planets (See Vol. 2A)
Planetary magnetic fields and remanent magnetization
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B
Electrical conductivity, heat flow and estimates on the lunar temperature
Physical conditions of the interior of planets
The evolution of terrestrial planets
Subject index for volumes 1A, 1B and 2A, 2B (see Vol. 2B)
Introductory material / Group III:
Title Page, Preface
Condensed Matter / Landolt-Börnstein ; H. Fischer1:
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J.K. Dohrmann, J.C. Scaiano, S. Steenken ; Herausgeber, H. Fischer
出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c1985  xiii, 385 p. ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Landolt-Börnstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwissenschaften und Technik, Neue Serie / Gesamtherausgabe, K.-H. Hellwege ; Gruppe 2 . Atom- und Molekularphysik ; Bd. 13 . Kinetische Konstanten von Radikalreaktionen in Flüssigkeiten ; Teilband e
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Introductory material
General introduction / H. Fischer
Proton transfer reactions and equilibria of radicals / J.K. Dohrmann9:
Introduction / 9.0:
Carbon-centered radicals / 9.1:
Oxyl and peroxyl radicals / 9.2:
Aroxyl and semiquinone radicals / 9.3:
Nitroxyl radicals / 9.4:
Nitrogen-centered radicals / 9.5:
Radicals from nitroso and nitro compounds / 9.6:
Sulfur-centered radicals / 9.7:
Radicals from heterocyclic compounds / 9.8:
Electron transfer equilibria involving radicals and radical ions in aqueous solutionsS. Steenken / 10:
Rate and equilibrium constants for electron exchange reactions / 10.0:
Biradicals / J.C. Scaiano10.2:
Unimolecular biradical processes / 11.0:
Biradical self-reactions / 11.2:
Biradical-molecule reactions (absolute rate measurements) / 11.3:
Competitive kinetic measurements / 11.4:
Biradical quenching of excited states / 11.5:
Reactions of excited biradicals / 11.6:
Index of substances
Introductory material
General introduction / H. Fischer
Proton transfer reactions and equilibria of radicals / J.K. Dohrmann9:
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P. Biermann ... [et al.] ; Herausgeber, K. Schaifers und H.H. Voigt
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, 1982  xvi, 478 p. ; 28 cm
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Landolt-Bornstein
Group VI: Astronomy and Astrophysics
Astronomy and Astrophysics / Volume 2:
Interstellar Matter, Galaxy, Universe
Introductory material
Special types of stars / 5:
See Vol.2B / 5.1 - 5.5:
Compact objects / 5.6:
Neutron stars / 5.6.1:
Radiopulsars / 5.6.2:
Pulsating X-ray sources / 5.6.3:
X-ray bursters / 5.6.4:
Black holes / 5.6.5:
X-ray and gamma-ray sources / 5.7:
X-ray sources / 5.7.1:
gamma-ray sources / 5.7.2:
Double stars and star clusters (See Vol.2B) / 6:
Interstellar matter / 7:
Phenomena of the generally distributed medium / 7.1:
General references / 7.1.1:
Interstellar extinction / 7.1.2:
Interstellar polarization of starlight / 7.1.3:
Scattering of starlight by interstellar dust / 7.1.4:
Interstellar absorption lines and bands in stellar spectra / 7.1.5:
Radio line emission and absorption / 7.1.6:
Continuous radio emission of interstellar origin: nonthermal background / 7.1.7:
UV and visual interstellar radiation field / 7.1.8:
Cool interstellar clouds / 7.2:
Dark nebulae and globules / 7.2.1:
Statistical description of interstellar cloud structure / 7.2.3:
Molecular clouds / 7.2.4:
HII regions / 7.3:
Catalogues, surveys, statistical data / 7.3.1:
Classification / 7.3.3:
The individual HII regions / 7.3.4:
Physics of interstellar dust / 7.4:
Physics of the interstellar gas / 7.5:
List of symbols and definitions / 7.5.1:
Components of the interstellar gas / 7.5.2:
Particle processes / 7.5.3:
Phases, bulk properties and processes of the interstellar gas / 7.5.4:
Cosmic rays / 7.6:
Interstellar magnetic field / 7.7:
Our Galaxy / 8:
Positions, motions, parallaxes of stars / 8.1:
Star positions / 8.1.1:
Proper motions / 8.1.2:
Radial velocities / 8.1.3:
Parallaxes / 8.1.4:
The nearest stars / 8.2:
Structure of the Galaxy / 8.3:
Apparent distribution of galactic objects on the celestial sphere / 8.3.1:
The local star field / 8.3.2:
Large-scale distribution of the stars / 8.3.3:
Large-scale distribution of interstellar matter / 8.3.4:
The galactic center / 8.3.5:
Properties of the Galaxy as a whole / 8.3.6:
Kinematies and dynamics / 8.4:
Notation / 8.4.0:
Kinematics / 8.4.1:
Dynamics / 8.4.2:
Galaxies and universe / 9:
General information and integral properties of galaxies / 9.1:
Catalogues, atlases, positions / 9.1.1:
Apparent integral properties of galaxies / 9.1.2:
Qualitative classification of galaxies / 9.1.3:
Intrinsic integral properties of galaxies / 9.1.4:
Internal structure and dynamics of galaxies / 9.2:
Stellar and gaseous content of normal galaxies / 9.2.1:
The ellipticity of galaxies / 9.2.2:
Luminosity distribution / 9.2.3:
Spiral structure / 9.2.4:
Radio radiation of normal galaxies / 9.2.5:
Rotation, kinematics, dynamics / 9.2.6:
Galaxies with special peculiarities; pairs, groups and clusters of galaxies / 9.3:
Galaxies with special peculiarities / 9.3.1:
Pairs of galaxies / 9.3.2:
Groups of galaxies / 9.3.3:
Clusters of galaxies / 9.3.4:
Superclusters / 9.3.5:
Evolution of galaxies / 9.4:
Formation of galaxies / 9.4.1:
References for 9.4.1 and 9.4.2 / 9.4.2:
Star-formation activity in normal galaxies / 9.4.4:
Quasars and active galactic nuclei / 9.5:
Abbreviations / 9.5.0:
Definition and classification / 9.5.1:
Continuum radiation / 9.5.2:
Spectral lines / 9.5.3:
Theoretical models for AGNs / 9.5.4:
Extragalactic radio sources / 9.6:
Observational methods / 9.6.1:
Surveys / 9.6.2:
Basic relations / 9.6.3:
Extended sources / 9.6.4:
Compact sources / 9.6.5:
Interpretation of extended and compact radio sources / 9.6.6:
Cosmology / 9.7:
List of symbols / 9.7.1:
Friedmann cosmologies / 9.7.2:
Observations supporting basic assumptions / 9.7.3:
Redshifts / 9.7.4:
Constituents of the universe / 9.7.5:
The time scale of the universe / 9.7.8:
Other cosmologies / 9.7.9:
Comprehensive index
Landolt-Bornstein
Group VI: Astronomy and Astrophysics
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E. König und G. König ; Herausgeber, K.-H. Hellwege und A.M. Hellwege
出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, 1984  xxxvii, 352 p. ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Landolt-Börnstein Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Naturwissenschaften und Technik, Neue Serie / Gesamtherausgabe, K.-H. Hellwege ; Gruppe 2 . Atom- und Molekularphysik ; Bd. 12 . Magnetische Eigenschaften der Koordinations- und metallorganischen Verbindungen der Übergangselemente ; Ergänzungsband 4. Teilband b
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Title Page
Preface
Magnetic susceptibility of coordination and organometallic transition metal compounds / 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
List of symbols / 1.1.1:
General remarks / 1.1.2:
Theoretical basis / 1.1.3:
Arrangement of tables / 1.1.4:
Abbreviations / 1.1.5:
Selected diamagnetic ionic susceptibilities, Pascal constants, and one-electron spin- orbit coupling constants / 1.1.6:
Theoretical nomograms: calculated magnetic moments, spin-orbit coupling, axial field splitting and orbital reduction / 1.1.7:
References for the introduction / 1.1.8:
References to crystal structure / 1.1.9:
Magnetic susceptibility data / 1.2:
Titanium Ti / 1.2.1:
Zirconium Zr / 1.2.2:
Vanadium V / 1.2.3:
Niobium Nb / 1.2.4:
Tantalum Ta / 1.2.5:
Chromium Cr / 1.2.6:
Molybdenum Mo / 1.2.7:
Tungsten W / 1.2.8:
Manganese Mn / 1.2.9:
Rhenium Re / 1.2.10:
Iron Fe / 1.2.11:
Ruthenium Ru / 1.2.12:
Osmium Os / 1.2.13:
Cobalt Co / 1.2.14:
Rhodium Rh / 1.2.15:
Iridium Ir / 1.2.16:
Nickel Ni / 1.2.17:
Palladium Pd / 1.2.18:
Platinum Pt / 1.2.19:
Copper Cu / 1.2.20:
Silver Ag / 1.2.21:
Diagrams to magnetic susceptibility / 1.3:
References to magnetic susceptibility data and diagrams / 1.4:
Electron paramagnetic resonance of coordination and organometallic transition metal compounds / 2:
Basic theory / 2.1:
Electron paramagnetic resonance data / 2.1.4:
Technetium Tc / 2.2.1:
Gold Au / 2.2.9:
Diagrams to electron paramagnetic resonance / 2.3:
References to electron paramagnetic resonance data and diagrams / 2.4:
Title Page
Preface
Magnetic susceptibility of coordination and organometallic transition metal compounds / 1:
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