The work is a continuation of that of Schneider. Crystals were made from several different samples of bismuth and by two methods. The fractional change in a longitudinal field of about 3,000 gauss is found to be a minimum for 0 orientation and a maximum for 90. The crystals, however, fall into two classes, the reason for which has not been determined. The supposition of any considerable fissures along the cleavage planes appears unlikely.
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Nelson, Roy A. and Watson, G. R.
"Resistance Change in a Magnetic Field of Single Crystals of Bismuth,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 394-394.
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