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Gamma rays from some nuclear reactions: Gamma rays from the inelastic scattering of 14 Mev. neutrons in carbon-12, oxygen-16, and nitrogen-14
One of the ways to study the energy levels of nuclei is to measure the energy and relative intensity of the gamma rays produced when different kinds of nuclei disintegrate under charged particle bombardment. This may be ...
Pair spectrograph measurements of the radiations from deuteron bombardment of carbon-13, nitrogen-14, beryllium-9, lithium-7, and boron-11
The measurement of gamma-rays emitted by nuclei under heavy particle bombardment is an important source of information concerning nuclear level structure. Unfortunately, in the region of light nuclei the gamma-ray energies ...
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 ...