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glass ball Analysis of Specific Heat Data in the Critical Region of Magnetic Solids
F. J. Cook
JPCRD 2(1) pp. 11-24 (1973)
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glass ball CODATA Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants: 1998
Peter J. Mohr, Barry N. Taylor
JPCRD 28(6) pp. 1713-1852 (1999)
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glass ball Extinction Coefficients of Triplet-Triplet Absorption Spectra of Organic Molecules in Condensed Phases: A Least-Squares Analysis
Ian Carmichael, W. P. Helman, G. L. Hug
JPCRD 16(2) pp. 239-260 (1987)
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glass ball The 1973 Least-Squares Adjustment of the Fundamental Constants
E. Richard Cohen, B. N. Taylor
JPCRD 2(4) pp. 663-734 (1973)
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glass ball The 1986 CODATA Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants
E. Richard Cohen, Barry N. Taylor
JPCRD 17(4) pp. 1795-1803 (1988)
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