The heterodyne beat method has been applied to the measurement of the dielectric constant of gaseous NH3, N2, and CO2, using a frequency of 56,000,000 cycles per second. Special precautions were found necessary to prevent frequency drift and synchronization of the oscillating circuits.
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Ryan, Alden H.
"The Dielectric Constant of Gases at Ultrahigh Frequencies,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 46:
, Article 82.
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