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  • D A Bromley; E Almqvist (1960-01-01)
    This report presents a review of the results obtained from study of 3He induced nuclear reactions prior to June 1959. Following a brief historical survey including range-energy, energy loss, and stopping power data as well ...
  • J Muller (1980-05-01)
    Superconducting A15-type compounds were discovered 25 years ago. Several thousand original publications have appeared on this growing subject. The author reviews the essential structural aspects together with the characteristic ...
  • L Hartshorn (1938-01-01)
  • D T Pegg (1975-12-01)
    Developments in the Wheeler-Feynman absorber theory are surveyed. The action on the emitter of radiation by complete, incomplete, time-symmetric and time-asymmetric absorbers is described in physical terms. Some discussion ...
  • W A Runciman (1958-01-01)
    The absorption and fluorescence spectra provide direct information about the energy levels of the ions in a crystal. Alternatively, the ions may be regarded as probes measuring the crystalline field. The introduction deals ...
  • L K Fifield (1999-08-01)
    The state of the art in accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) is reviewed. The review is divided in two parts. The first covers the general methodology, followed by its specific elaborations for the commonly measured long-lived ...
  • D Brandt; H Burkhardt; M Lamont; S Myers; J Wenninger (2000-06-01)
    Accelerator physics issues and their influence on performance are presented for the Large Electron-Positron (LEP) storage ring at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. After several years of operation on the Z boson resonance at ...
  • D J Clark (1972-09-01)
    This article describes the principal charged particle accelerators being used today for research in nuclear physics in the energy range up to about 1000 MeV. The accelerators include Van de Graaffs, sector cyclotrons and ...
  • H W Werner; R P H Garten (1984-03-01)
    A number of features characteristic of different thin-film analytical methods are reviewed and evaluated. The principles, approach for quantification and prominent problems of the most commonly used methods (ESCA, AES, ...
  • I Rotter (1991-04-01)
    The author considers the evolution of an open quantum mechanical system which together with its environment forms a closed system. The numerical calculations are performed for the nuclear system at low as well as at high ...
  • M B N Butler (1974-04-01)
    The search for mechanisms which lead to the amplification of high frequency signals has produced many interesting effects. The physical mechanism by which acoustic waves are amplified in piezoelectric semiconductors is ...
  • A Briggs (1992-07-01)
    Acoustic microscopy enables one to image the interaction of acoustic waves with the elastic properties of a specimen with microscopic resolution. A lens with good focusing properties on the axis can be used for both ...
  • N C Gerson (1951-01-01)
    The relative order of importance of the various methods available for the evaluation of temperature from an ionospheric parameter is (a) temperature and collisional frequency, (b) temperature and auroral scale heights, (c) ...
  • D E Osterbrock (1991-04-01)
    Our current knowledge of active galactic nuclei is reviewed. The importance of observational data taken over a wide range of frequencies, from radio and infrared through optical and ultraviolet to X-rays and gamma -rays, ...
  • D P Woodruff; A M Bradshaw (1994-10-01)
    Photoelectron diffraction is the name given to the phenomenon resulting from the coherent interference of the directly emitted component of an electron wavefield, emerging from an atom as a result of core level photoemission, ...
  • M R Kundu (1982-12-01)
    The author provides an account of the present status of the observations and interpretations of the Sun's radio emission covering the entire radio spectrum from millimetre wavelengths to hectometre and kilometre wavelengths. ...
  • J H Hamilton; P G Hansen; E F Zganjar (1985-05-01)
    Studies of the structure and decay modes of nuclei far from stability have yielded many new insights which were not seen in nuclei near the line of beta stability. The results of recent experimental and theoretical ...
  • O K Mawardi (1956-01-01)
    An analysis of the general equations of motion of a viscous compressible fluid leads to the identification of three modes (vorticity, compression and entropy modes) of energy associated with the fluid. Interaction between ...
  • M F Golde; B A Thrush (1973-10-01)
    The relatively long-lived afterglows which are observed downstream from electric discharges through flowing gases are due to emission by electronically excited molecules formed by the recombination of free atoms produced ...