## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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In going from 3d " to 4d " to 5d " keeping n constant — say , for

H , does not even double while H , increases eightfold . 13 . Core polarization

effects . - Although unpaired non - s electrons have vanishing amplitude at the ...

In going from 3d " to 4d " to 5d " keeping n constant — say , for

**example**, Ni to Pt -H , does not even double while H , increases eightfold . 13 . Core polarization

effects . - Although unpaired non - s electrons have vanishing amplitude at the ...

Page 356

We will discuss several

to K and x have been separated - particularly from the construction of a K vs . x

diagram Ky , and Xv , have been obtained . See

We will discuss several

**examples**of transition metals in which the contributionsto K and x have been separated - particularly from the construction of a K vs . x

diagram Ky , and Xv , have been obtained . See

**examples**for Pt and Pd shown ...Page 395

In an old paper , Friedel ( see for

the transitional series in copper which depends only upon the phase shift at the

Fermi level . Particularly striking is the fact that the resistivity per 1 % of ...

In an old paper , Friedel ( see for

**example**[ 1 ] ) explained the residual resitivity ofthe transitional series in copper which depends only upon the phase shift at the

Fermi level . Particularly striking is the fact that the resistivity per 1 % of ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

PHILLIPS Band theory of transition metals | 22 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

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