[time-nuts] HP 5071A Electron Multiplier of Cesium Beam Tube

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Sep 6 17:44:29 UTC 2009

In message <1387. at popacctsnew.quik.com>, "J. Fo
rster" writes:

>I wonder why? Cs oxide and many other Cs salts are very water soluable.

Water doesn't work for a number of reasons, but mostly because Cs salts
in water is very corrosive.

You would have to find some non-polar solvent, and none of those will
dissolve Cs salts.

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