Here are some documents I've managed to get that fusioneers or just the curious should find handy.
Most are copyright the original author or publisher. In each case I have tried to license them
for redistribution, but failed either due to inability to find the current copyright holder, or
their refusal to license at any price (Scientific American, the damascus steel article)
with no explanation (perhaps they
don't actually own the copyright, but don't admit it or direct me to who does?).
Please don't sue me (you might regret it). If you feel like sending a Cease and Desist letter, you can find the address on this site. You won't get much sympathy from either me or my truly excellent attorney, however, as all this is out of print and there appears to be no other way to prevent the loss of our scientific culture (most of which was paid for with our tax dollars, and is supposed to now be free, by law, hah!) than doing this here. I can afford to fight in the court of public opinion as well. But hey, guys, don't make me have to go there -- this is intended as a resource for serious investigators, not as a money making thing for anyone.
Intro and contents Chapter 1
Chapter 8, special purpose
A goldmine of basic electronic engineering data from the WWII era. This excerpt has electron optics information. If you can score a copy at a used bookstore (most are falling apart) it is worth whatever it costs. Basic science and tech including math behind vacuum tubes included in the book (but not here).
Terman's electron optics pages
Best Fill for Neon Signs
Coulter's Smithing Home
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