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By Jerry Scutts

The medium bomber 'workhorse' of the 9th Air strength, Martin's much-maligned B-26 Marauder recovered from its bad begin with the 8th Air strength to head on and equip a minimum of 8 bomber teams within the ETO. even supposing first and foremost dubbed 'the widow maker', a metamorphosis of strategies from low- to medium-level bombing for the Marauder quickly better the crews' probabilities of survival – certainly, by means of war's finish it boasted a reduce loss-per-sortie ratio than the other twin-engined bomber within the USAAF. This quantity covers all elements of Marauder operations in Western Europe, that includes first hand bills from surviving B-26 crews, plus an research of the strategies hired.

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J. Opt. Soc. ), R4: cleavage plane of single crystal, normal incidence (From Cardona, M. and Greenaway, D. , Phys. ), R5: 253 nm, normal incidence. (From Harris, L. and Corrigan, F. , J. Opt. Soc. 2 100 100 30 k4 2 n, k 500 2 200 2 500 1 [nm] ←→ [μm] Wavelength λ 3 5 10 FIGURE 13 Optical constants (ni, ki: iZ 1,2,3) of Sb. DK3204—CHAPTER A—8/3/2007—17:45—BSARAVANAN—220915—XML MODEL C – pp. 16 Data obtained from Figure 2. Source: From Toots, J. , J. Opt. Soc. , 59, 1305, 1969. Ultraviolet and Visible Regions Cardona and Greenaway4 measured the reflectance of the cleavage plane of a single crystal and derived optical constants n2 and k2 by Kramers–Kronig analysis (Table 21).

The trigonal crystal (lower than K908C) shows the spontaneous polarization to the [111] direction. DK3204—CHAPTER B—8/3/2007—15:14—CRCPAG—220916—XML MODEL C – pp. 39–63 48 Physical Properties and Data of Optical Materials The rhombic crystal (K708C to 58C) shows the spontaneous polarization to the [011] direction and takes a longer structure along the direction. 01. The cubic crystal (higher temperature than Curie point 1208C) takes the calcium titanate structure (Perovskite structure) and Ba atoms position at the eight corners of the cube, six O atoms at the center of the planes, and a Ti atom at the center of the body.

Soc. , 58, 373, 1968. For instance, ð10 As2 Se3 C 1 Sb2 Se3 Þ : Eg Z 1:70 eV ð4 As2 Se3 C 1 Sb2 Se3 Þ : Eg Z 1:52 eV Dielectric Constants 30 Z 8:5G0:5 APPLICATION FOR SPECTROSCOPY It is used as an optical window. 4 As2O3 takes the cubic system, the monoclinic system, and the glassy state. The strong absorption bands are observed at 1050, 805, and 480 cmK1 for the cubic crystal system, at 1100, 805 cmK1 for the monoclinic crystal system and at 805 and 630 cmK1 for the glassy material. The absorptions in the transmittance spectrum T2 agree with either of these absorption bands.

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