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And J. F. Duncan, Modern Radwchemical Practice, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1952. 17. , Angew. , 70, 181 (1958). 18. Koch, R. , Pittsburgh, 1958. 19. , “Gamma Ray Spectroscopy Applied to Radioactivation Analysis. Part I. Introduction and Nuclear Data,” AERE C/R 2377, U. K. Atomic Energy Authority, 1959. 20. , “Activation Analysis Applied to Geochemical Problems,” in Philip H. , Researches i n Geochem&ry, Wiley, New York, 1959. 21. Smales, A. , D. Mapper, J. W. Morgan, R. K. Webster, and A. J. Wood, Proceedings of the Second Znternational Conference on the Peaceful USeS of Atomic Energy, Vol.

Averaging the calculated N-X distance in pure ionic and pure covalent structures indicates the N-X bond to The N-F bond in be about 50% ionic for both N-Br and N-C1. ) and presumably the same explanation could apply. , respectively (50). 41 HALIDES AND OXYHALIDES The vibrational spectra of FN02 (51) and ClNO2 (52) support the XNOz arrangement. Further support for this formulation and proof of a planar structure of C p usymmetry are obtained from t,he results of microwave measurements on CIN02 (53) and FNOz (54).

For one or another of these reasons deternlinatioiis of the ten light elements H to Ne are accomplished with difficulty in most materials, and sometimes analysis for the elements Mg, Al, S, Ti, Fe, Nb, Tl, Pb, and Bi may require special techniques. For the determination of some of these, nuclear reactions other than slow neutron capture may be used to produce more,easily measured radioactive species. Fast pile neutrons may be used to induce radioactivity by (n,p ) , (n,a ) , and (n, 2n) reactions.

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