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The dependence on altitude of the intensity of slow mesons, mesons with ranges less than 100 g cm - 2 , has been measured by the method of delayed coincidences for atmospheric depths down to 250 g cm - 2 . The intensity at this depth is thirty times that at sea level, and the variation with the...
The spectrum emitted by the recombination of positive ions and electrons in the afterglow of a pulsed microwave discharge through neon has been studied as a function of time. Simultaneous electron density measurements on the plasma were made by the cavity resonant frequency shift method, and the...
A low voltage accelerator and high current ion source has been used to determine the cross section of the reaction C 12 ( p γ ) N 13 over the energy range from 88 to 128 kev. A counter arrangement is described which detects 26 percent of all the positrons from the decay of the N 13 produced in...
The disintegration of Ag 110 has been investigated using spectrometer and coincidence technique. The radiation contains a great number of β - and γ -components and the disintegration scheme is complicated. Four β -components and ten γ -rays have been found and their energies and intensities...
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