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Precision measurement and fundamental constants

International Conference on Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants, National Bureau of Standards, 1970

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Published
**1971**
by U.S. National Bureau of Standards in [Washington, D.C.]
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- Physical measurements -- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliography.

Series | National Bureau of Standards special publication, 343 |

Contributions | Langenberg, D.N., 1932-, Taylor, Barry N., 1936-, United States. National Bureau of Standards |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xiv, 531 p. illus. ; |

Number of Pages | 531 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19532847M |

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The constancy of the fundamental constants is taken as a given in practical. science and metrology but the possibility of some time variation of the constants, particularly the gravitation and ﬁne structure constants, is predicted by certain.

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Members of the Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants Topical Group are invited to nominate candidates for Fellowship in the APS. Our topical group is delegated the opportunity to select approximately two new APS Fellows from nominations submitted to the APS and designated as our topical candidates.

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These two quantities are combined using the Bragg condition for diffraction, λ = 2dsin(θ), to obtain the wavelength, λ, of the gamma ray. Recent developments in the techniques for making precision measurements and their use in the determination of the fundamental constants are reviewed.

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Proceedings of the Second International Conference, held at Gaithersburg, Md., USA, 8 - 12 June Author: B. Taylor, W.

Phillips. Atomic mass measurements are essential for obtaining several of the fundamental constants. The most precise atomic mass measurements, at the 10−10 level of precision or better, employ measurements of cyclotron frequencies of single ions in Penning traps.

We discuss the relation of atomic masses to fundamental constants in the context of the revised by: 5.Atomic mass measurements are essential for obtaining several of the fundamental constants.

The most precise atomic mass measurements, at the 10 −10 level of precision or better, employ measurements of cyclotron frequencies of single ions in Penning traps.

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