## A Gage Block Measurement Process Using Single Wavelength Interferometry, Issues 152-155 |

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**example**if the retained fractional part of Fis .98 and the observed fraction is .03 , obviously the last whole number in F must be raised by one before substituting the observed fraction . The new measured block value , in fringes ... Page

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**example**will help explain the table : if air temperature measurement is in error by 0.1 ° C a systematic error of 1 microinch ( 1 part in 107 ) results in the value of a 10 inch gage block . Every practical means , as previously ... Page

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**example**, the level 25678.61 cm-- is very low for the ' F term in the configuration 5d ( b ? F ) 6s , but the combinations are good . Similarly , the level 42061.60 cm ascribed to D3 in the configuration 5d 6s + ( a ? Page

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**example**, the formulation of Bargmann and Wigner [ 4 ] contains extraneous components that must be constrained or eliminated to yield the required number of degrees of freedom . The prescription for accomplishing this ... Page

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**example**, a spin 3/2 particle may be described by a set of three coupled equations involving a three - spinor . Conditions applicable to a spin - one field allow this three - spinor to be described in terms of a vector - spinor and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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