Visible to Gamma-Ray Wavelength Ratio
Over the past decade we have attempted to develop a measurement capability for connecting visible and γ-ray reference wavelengths (1). This communication summarizes our procedures and gives a preliminary result from an initial measurement of 198Au (412 KeV).
KeywordsFundamental Constant Measurement Capability Repeat Distance Residual Imperfection General Electric Research
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