An Ideal Husband (Plays by Oscar Wilde) by Oscar Wilde

By Oscar Wilde

Wilde's dramatic masterpiece set in London. the various subject matters of An perfect Husband have been motivated via the placement Oscar Wilde came across himself in in the course of the early 1890s.

“Sooner or later we will all need to pay for what we do. yet nobody could be totally judged by way of their past.”

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Imbusch and R. -- 7050 Fig. 17a, b. A comparison of the spectrum of (a) dilute ruby, and (b) heavily doped ruby, taken at 77 K. The additional lines in (b) originate on exchange-coupled pairs of Cr ions. The strong pair line at 7009 A (the N2 line) acquires part of its excitation by energy transfer from single Cr ions. The transfer can be studied by examining the decay pattern of the N2 line, as is discussed in Chap. 5 this transfer was regarded as a resonant process. The distinction between spectral overlap and true resonance will be considered in Chaps.

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Di Bartolo: J. Appl. Phys. 30 E. A. Harris, K. S. Yngvesson: J. Phys. 31 D. E. McCumber, M. D. Sturge: J. Appl. Phys. 32 T. Muramoto, Y. Fukuda, T. Hashi: Phys. Lett. 33 G. F. Imbusch, W. M. Yen, A. 1. Schawlow, D. E. McCumber, M. D. Sturge: Phys. Rev. 34 H. W. Moos: J. Lumin. 35 M. J. Weber: Phys. Rev. 36 F. Auzel: In Luminescence of Inorganic Solids, ed. by B. 37 M. D. Sturge: Phys. Rev. 38 G. Blasse: In Luminescence of Inorganic Solids, ed. by B. 39 T. Forster: Ann. 40 D. 1. Dexter: J. Chern.

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