Magnetic analysis of electrons which have passed through mercury vapor has shown the energy losses corresponding to the principle levels of the normal atom. A very prominent energy loss of 11.1 volts (and so greater than the ionization potential) is not accounted for. It is now shown that the energy loss of 9.8 volts is not due to a double 4.9 excitation.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Cross, C. L. and Eldridge, John A.
"Electron collisions in Mercury Vapor - The 9.8 Volt Loss,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 41(1), 257-257.
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