#### 1972

Elastic Scattering of Low-Energy Electrons at 180° in CO_{2}, Paul Burrow and L. Sanche

Potential-Barrier Effects in Photoabsorption. III. Application to 4*d*-Shell Photoabsorption in Lanthanum, J.L. Dehmer and Anthony F. Starace

Research Project for Undergraduates: Ionic Thermoconductivity in Dielectrics, Richard M. Fuller and Robert Fuller

Raman-Active Resonance Modes, Overtones, and Anharmonicity in NaCl:Cu^{+}, B.N. Ganguly, Roger D. Kirby, M.V. Klein, and G.P. Montgomery Jr.

Electron Transmission Spectroscopy in Atomic Hydrogen, L. Sanche and Paul Burrow

Raman Scattering from ZnS Polytypes, J. Schneider and Roger D. Kirby

Potential-Barrier Effects in Photoabsorption. I. General Theory, Anthony F. Starace

#### 1971

Far-Infrared Properties of Lattice Resonant Modes. V. Second-Order Stark Effect, B.P. Clayman, Roger D. Kirby, and A. J. Sievers

Raising of Discrete Levels into the Far Continuum, J.L. Dehmer, Anthony F. Starace, U. Fano, J. Sugar, and J.W. Cooper

Recent Meetings-Nebraska Section, Robert Fuller

Even-Parity Lattice Resonances and Anharmonicity in KI: Ag+, Roger D. Kirby

Low-Lying Even-Parity Resonances in KI:Ag^{+}, Roger D. Kirby

Shubnikov-de Haas Effect and Magnetic Breakdown in Be , David J. Sellmyer, I.S. Goldstein, and B.L. Averbach

Length and Velocity Formulas in Approximate Oscillator-Strength Calculations, Anthony F. Starace

#### 1970

Fermi Surface of AuSb_{2}. I. High-Field Galvanomagnetic Effects, J. Ahn and David J. Sellmyer

Excitation of the (2*p*^{2})^{3}*P* State of Helium near Threshold, Paul Burrow

Electrical Conductivity in NH_{4}Cl and ND_{4}Cl Single Crystals, Robert Fuller and F.W. Patten

TRANSIENT OPTICAL ABSORPTION BY SELF-TRAPPED EXCITONS IN ALKALI HALIDE CRYSTALS, Robert Fuller, R.T. Williams, and M.N. Kabler

Projected Hartree Product Wavefunctions. V. Density Matrices and Operators Containing Spin, Gordon A. Gallup

de Haas-van Alphen Effect in Dilute Beryllium-Copper Alloys , I.S. Goldstein, David J. Sellmyer, and B.L. Averbach

Projected Hartree Product Wavefunctions. IV. Radial Correlation in Some Three- and Four-Electron Atoms, L.G. Heikes and Gordon A. Gallup

Far-Infrared Properties of Lattice Resonant Modes. IV. Paraelectric Impurities, Roger D. Kirby, A.E. Hughes, and A.J. Sievers

Shell Source Burning Stars with Highly Condensed Cores, S. Refsdal and A. Weigert

Photoionization of Argon and Xenon Including Final-State Correlation, Anthony F. Starace

#### 1969

Decay of the (2*s*^{2}2*p*)^{2p} Compound State in Helium by Two-Electron Emission, Paul Burrow and G.J. Schulz

Vibrational Excitation by Electron Impact near Threshold in H_{2}, D_{2}, N_{2}, and CO, Paul Burrow and G.J. Schulz

Local Moment Formation and Resistivity Minima in CoAl Alloys, G.R. Caskey and David J. Sellmyer

A Technique for the Rapid Measurement of Thermoelectric Power, G.R. Caskey, David J. Sellmyer, and L.G. Rubin

Equilibrium concentration of impurity-vacancy complexes, Robert Fuller and H.B. Rosenstock

Projected Hartree Product Wavefunctions. II. General Considerations of Young Operators, Gordon A. Gallup

High-Field Galvanomagnetic Properties of AuAl_{2}, AuGa_{2}, and AuIn_{2}, J.T. Longo, P.A. Schroeder, and David J. Sellmyer

Projected Hartree Product Wavefunctions. III. Comparison with the CI Method for H_{2}, R.C. Morrison and Gordon A. Gallup

Spectrophotometric System for Transient Observation of Solids under Pulsed Electron Irradiation, R.T. Williams, Robert Fuller, M.N. Kabler, and V.H. Ritz

#### 1968

Detection of Vibrationally Excited N_{2} by Superelastic Electron Impact, Paul Burrow and Paul Davidovits

Ionic Transport in Potassium Chloride, Robert Fuller, Charles L. Marquardt, Michael H. Reilly, and John C. Wells Jr.

Possible trivacancy contribution to ionic conductivity, Robert Fuller and M.H. Reilly

ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, Robert Fuller, Michael H. Reilly, Charles L. Marquardt, and John C. Wells

Projected Hartree Product Wavefunctions, Gordon A. Gallup

Far Infrared Properties of Lattice Resonant Modes. I. Isotope Shifts, Roger D. Kirby, I.G. Nolt, R.W. Alexander Jr., and A.J. Sievers

#### 1967

Inelastic Collisions of the Second Kind between Electrons and Excited Mercury Atoms, Paul Burrow

ANION CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF ALKALI CHLORIDES, Robert Fuller and M.H. Reilly

*F* BAND IN X- AND ELECTRON-IRRADIATED CaF_{2}, David A. Patterson and Robert Fuller

Low Temperature Sample Orienting Device with Two Degrees of Freedom, David J. Sellmyer

High-Field Magnetoresistance of Ordered Beta Brass , David J. Sellmyer, J. Ahn, and J.-P. Jan

#### 1966

Diffusion of the Chlorine Ion in Potassium Chloride , Robert Fuller

On the Symmetry of Slater Determinantal Wavefunctions, Gordon A. Gallup

Self-Consistent-Field Calculation of the Energy of HeH ^{+}, Gordon A. Gallup and M.S. McKnight

Study of Some Solutions of the One-Electron—Two-Center Problem for Heteronuclear Cases, L.Y. Wilson and Gordon A. Gallup

#### 1959

Effect of Change in Moment of Inertia on Line Intensities of Parallel Vibration-Rotation Bands of Symmetric Top Molecules, Gordon A. Gallup and J.L. Koenig

#### 1958

Structure of CH_{2}, Gordon A. Gallup

#### 1957

Effect of Change in Moment of Inertia on the Intensity Distribution in *P* and *R* branches of C _{oo}_{v} Molecules, Gordon A. Gallup

Structure of CH_{2}, Gordon A. Gallup

Specificity Of Intermolecular Forces Due To Quantummechanical And Thermal Charge Fluctuations*, Herbert Jehle

Specificity Of The London-Eisenschitz Wang Force*, Jerrold M. Yos, William L. Bade, and Herbert Jehle

#### 1954

A Special Case of the Hammett Equation, W.R. Gilkerson, Gordon A. Gallup, and M.M. Jones

#### 1953

Free Energy and Entropy of Translation Tables, Paul W. Gilles and Gordon A. Gallup

#### 1952

A Theoretical Formulation of the Hammett Equation, Gordon A. Gallup, W.R. Gilkerson, and M.M. Jones

Chemical Reactions near Equilibrium, W.R. Gilkerson, M.M. Jones, and Gordon A. Gallup

Hydrogen Bond Energies in Carboxylic Acids, M.M. Jones, W.R. Gilkerson, and Gordon A. Gallup

#### 1914

III. Phase Change by Reflection – Primarily in the Ultra-Violet, Oliver Gish