I wish to complete the report of progress in mass doublet measurements at the University of Minnesota. During the three years since the Hamilton Conference, we have rebuilt our spectrometer, and measured a number of doublets in the intermediate mass region. This paper will be divided into two parts, first a description of our new resistor circuitry and second, a report on results of some measurements in the region of ruthenium to xenon.
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