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Pair spectrograph measurements of the radiations from the deuteron bombardment of boron-10, carbon-12, and fluorine-19 and the proton bombardment of boron-11 and fluorine-19
The importance of studying the radiations emitted by nuclei can be understood by considering the kind of information that can be obtained from such a study. Much information can be obtained with a pair spectrograph. The ...
The magnetic moment of free electrons
It is generally believed that many of the properties of solid bodies could be determined theoretically to very good approximation if it were possible to solve completely the Schrodinger wave equation for the motion of an ...
The elastic scattering of protons by helium-4, and the elastic scattering of helium-3 by helium-4
In the present work two nuclei have been investigated by the elastic scattering of charged particles of spin 1/2 from spin 0 nuclei. In the first experiment protons were scattered from He4 yielding information on the ...
Gamma rays from beryllium-10, boron-10 and oxygen-16
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14-18 MeV total neutron cross sections of hydrogen atom, hydrogen, lithium-7, beryllium-9, boron-10, boron-11, carbon-12, carbon-16, magnesium, aluminum-27, and sulfur-32
Measurements of total neutron cross sections for nuclei using fast neutrons of various energies have been previously reported. Several of these used neutrons which were not monoenergetic. However, with the advent of ...
Gamma rays from beryllium bombarded with alpha particles and from boron bombarded with deuterons
Because the evidence on the polonium-beryllium gamma ray spectrum is of a somewhat doubtful nature, mainly due to statistical difficulties, it was believed desirable to make a careful investigation of this spectrum with a ...
Antiferromagnetism in colloidal nickel oxide
Magnetic susceptibility measurements have been made on a series of nickelous oxide samples prepared by the decomposition of hydrous nickel hydroxide at temperature levels of 250°--1300°C, the crystal size varying ...