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Energy levels in certain light nuclei
A great portion of the experimental work in nuclear physics today has as its object the determination and study of energy levels in the nucleus. The energies of these levels can be determined by various types of experiments. ...
Neutron thresholds from the reactions T3(pn)He3, Li7(pn)Be7, Be9(dn)B10*, and O16(dn)F17
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External, internal and nuclear pair measurements with a magnetic lens pair spectrometer
Magnetic beta-ray spectrometers of several types have been used extensively to obtain information by the detection of low energy gamma-rays. The photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, and atomic internal conversion have ...