each of the other carves of FIG. 3, the ordinate values measure a level of thermal vibration, in nanovolts of meter movement, of InAs lattice structure against time in which ambient temperature change of the two probes has been quantitatively compensated.

Curve 2 represents a portion of a standard test run, the poruon shown being the active portion of the curve, i.e., that portion of the curve for which measurable results were recorded due to the spinning of the generator wheel. Not included in curve 2 are measurements taken during a 78 minute preenergizing thermal calibration period typical of the initial portion of each test run conducted. "Hie pre-energizing thermal caiibration period is effected in order to illustrate the ambient temperature compensation of the probes and as such is similar to that of the static test of curve L.

The fir*t 45 minutes of the indicated 150 minute test period of curve 2 represents the time during which the wheel was made to spin at a rate of 28,000 r.p.m. The continuity of the negatively slooing curve prior to, during and following the time interval of the wheel returning to its na spin state, and somewhat. subsequently (in indication ot a return toward thermal equilibrium percentage distribution of spin angular «moment) is consistent with the explanation advanced above concerning the force field generated due to the dynamic interaction of relatively moving bodies. It should be noted with respect to curve 2 that- separate test runs conducted some six weeks apart teud to corroborate the independent test results. The resuits of the two separate tests are superimposed in curve 2. These two tests, in addition io being spaced in time, were spaced many test runs a pert. The two test results further establish the repeatioility of the operation.

The dlarge in thermal vibration of the InAs ciystal lattice for the rtst run of curve 2 is approximately equivalent to an 11* centigrade reduction in probe temperature. This figure has been substantiated by computer studies. The computer has also been used to statistically analyze the test data and establish the probability of error in tencs nt the information recorded. In this re-spcct the re.\ults of the computerized study indicate a probability of error of 1 ia 1 billion. Since any ratio in excess ol I in 20 eliminates the probability of chance occurrence, the resuits obtained in the present instance should be above reproach.

In order to substantiate the distance dependency of the gravitational coupling force due to the dynamic interaction of relatively moving bodies it was predicted that increasing the separation between the generator rim flange 21a and the cooperating surface of the pole pieces 23a should measurably reduce the results obtained. The resuits obtained when this separation was increased to 0.006 centimeters appears in curve 3. A comparison of these resuits with those of curve 2 seemingly substantiates the conclusion that upon widening the gap a lessening of the dynamic interaction due to gravitational coupling between die spinning wheel and the stationary pole piece actually occurs.

The data of curve 4 was taken with the air gap separation of the wheel to pole piece established at 0.001 centimetcr as in the arrangement of curve 2; however, the duration of wheel spin was decreased from 45 minutes to 30 minutes. Curve 2 results are shown superimposed on the solid line of curve 4. The relative magnitude? of cur.'es 2 and 4, when so contrasted with their respective wheel spin periods, would appear to indicate a degree of half integral spin nuclei polarization saturation.

Curve 5 depicts the results achieved by way of a shunt test wherein two lead bars were secured to the .«tationary brass bodies of the generator assembly zo as to measure the cffict of shunting the field at zones of maximum field potential. As contrasted with the results of curve 2, supir-imposed thereon, a statistically as well as visually significant difference is associated with the experimental ro-

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