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The proton groups that result from the deuteron bombardment of C 12 and O 16 targets have been analyzed with a high resolution magnetic spectrometer. For the C 12 ( d , p ) C 13 , 13 * reactions, the Q -values have been measured as 2.729±0.009 and -0.370±0.003 Mev. No evidence has been found...
The occurrence in perturbed periodic systems, such as impure crystals, of localized states with discrete energies is discussed from both qualitative and quantitative points of view. Semiclassical considerations, modified in the usual way by wave concepts, make it clear that impurities will give...
A survey of the radiations of Ta 182 , Re 1 8 6 , 1 8 8 and Au 199 has been made down to energies of the order of 5 kev with a small 180 degree spectrometer. The disintegration scheme of Ta 182 is complex. The twenty or more conversion lines found superimposed on the beta-ray spectrum and the...
The thermodynamics of liquid helium is developed in the light of the two-fluid theory, which says that below the λ -point liquid helium consists of two "phases," one a superfluid phase and one a phase of normal fluid; and the thermodynamic consequences of assuming these phases to be in...
The theory of the directional correlation of successive nuclear gamma-rays is extended to include transitions in which mixtures of multipoles are present. For such cases interference effects can radically modify the angular correlation from what is predicted in the usual theory assuming pure...
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