Publications -U-
  • Ubbink, J.B., Thermal conductivity at low temperatures of helium and hydrogen in the gas state (in Dutch). 1945, Rijksuniv, Leiden, Netherlands, Ph.D. Dissertation, 89 pp.
  • Ubbink, J.B., Pressure dependence of the coefficient of heat conductivity for the gases helium and hydrogen at low temperatures. Commun. Kamerlingh Onnes Lab. Univ. Leiden, 1947(273A): p. 1-10.
  • Ubbink, J.B., Thermal conductivity of gaseous hydrogen and of gaseous deuterium. Commun. Kamerlingh Onnes Lab. Univ. Leiden, 1948(237B): p. 1-10.
  • Udovidchenko, B.G. and V.G. Manzhelii, Isothermal compressibility of solid parahydrogen. J. Low Temp. Phys., 1970. 3(4): p. 429-38.
  • Udovidchenko, B.G., V.G. Manzhelii, and V.B. Eselson, Thermal expansion of solid parahydrogen in the premelting region. Phys. Status Solidi A, 1973. 19(2): p. K189-92.
  • Uebelhack, W., et al., The temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity of gaseous normal and ortho-deuterium at temperatures of liquid hydrogen (in German). Z. Naturforsch., 1967. 22A(10): p. 1528-31.
  • Uebelhack, W., et al., The thermal conductivities of pure ortho and pure para deuterium gas and their mixtures at 18.4, 19.6 and 21.0 K (in German). Z. Naturforsch., 1971. 26A(8): p. 1303-6.
  • Uehara, K., Research on gas mixtures of low hydrocarbons. Part 2. Solubilities of hydrogen and methane in liquid ethane (in Japanese). Nippon Kagaku Kaishi, 1932. 53: p. 931-2.
  • Uehara, K., Gas Mixtures of Low Hydrocarbons. II. Solubilities of Hydrogen and Methane in Liquid Ethane. J. Chem. Soc., Japan, 1932. 53: p. 931-932.
  • Ueyama, H. and T. Matsubara, Theory of gamma-transition in solid hydrogen. Prog. Theor. Phys., 1967. 38(4): p. 784-803.
  • Ulybin, S.A. and S.P. Malyshenko, IS-diagram of normal hydrogen in the temperature range from 16 to 100 degrees K and at pressures up to 500 kg/cm(2) (in Russian). Inzh.-Fiz. Zh., 1967. 13(1): p. 90-7.
  • Ulybin, S.A. and S.P. Malyshenko, The Mollier diagram of normal hydrogen at temperatures of 16 to 100 degrees K and pressures up to 500 kg/cm(2). J. Eng. Phys. (Engl. Transl.), 1967. 13(1): p. 56-60.
  • Ulybin, S.A. and S.P. Malyshenko, IS-diagram of normal hydrogen in the 16 to 100 degrees K temperature interval and pressures up to 500 kg/cm(2). 1969: Foreign Technol. Div., Transl. FTD-HT-23-1050-68, 13 pp.
  • Urey, H.C., F.G. Brickwedde, and G.M. Murphy, A hydrogen isotope of mass 2 and its concentration. Phys. Rev., 1932. 40(1): p. 1-15.
  • Urey, H.C., F.G. Brickwedde, and G.M. Murphy, A hydrogen isotope of mass 2. Phys. Rev., 1932. 39: p. 164-5.
  • Urey, H.C. and G.K. Teal, The hydrogen isotope of atomic weight two. Rev. Mod. Phys., 1935. 7: p. 34-94.
  • Urey, H. C.,Rittenberg, D., Some Thermodynamic Properties of the H1H2,H2H2 Molecules and Compounds Containing the H2 Atom, J. Chem. Phys., 1933, 1: p. 137.
  • Utsuro, M., Slow neutron scattering and intermolecular excitations in liquid hydrogen. Z. Phys. B, 1977. 27(2): p. 111-6.

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