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Thin layers of an amorphous silicate coating were obtained by ion sputtering of crystalline olivine on KBr substrates. The dielectric functions of the coating were determined from reflection and transmission measurements in the wavelength range between 5 and 25 μ. The small particle extinction of the amorphous silicate shows a strong feature at 9.7 μ and a weaker one at 17.5 μ. In wavelength position both absorption bands agree with astronomically observed features.
Prompted by earlier work showing that graphite intercalation compounds form superconducting ternary compounds in which thallium plays an important role C60 has been doped with Tl-alloys. Results of dc-magnetization, ac-susceptibility, X-ray analysis and NMR investigations will be presented.
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