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Formulas for the differential cross sections for the continuous γ -emission accompanying proton-neutron, proton-proton, neutron-neutron collisions have been derived. Numerical results are given for an incident nucleonic energy of 250 Mev.
A formula is developed to explain the low pressure line widths observed in the inversion spectrum of N H 3 by Bleaney and Penrose. The assumptions made are those characteristic of the statistical theory of pressure broadening. The result, which is entirely devoid of adjustable parameters, agrees...
The nuclear spectra of Sb 125 , Te 1 2 5 * , Cr 51 , and I 131 have been measured with a magnetic lens spectrometer. Sb 125 has a beta-ray end point at 0.621 Mev, a lower energy group at 0.288 Mev, and perhaps some groups of still lower energy. The gamma-rays of Sb 125 are at 0.125 (I.C.), 0.174...
Variational methods developed by Schwinger are applied to neutron-proton scattering at energies below 10 Mev. S -wave scattering alone is considered, and the tensor force is not taken into account. An expansion is obtained for the phase shift in powers of the energy. The coefficients can be...
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