A study of photoproton reactions in heavy nuclei
In 1934 Chadwick and Goldhaber (Ch35) disintegrated the deuteron using the 2.6 MeV gamma rays from ThC". This was 9 followed by the disintegration of Be by Szilard and Chalmers (3z34). The early work was limited to using gamma rays from naturally occurring radioactive sources and it was not until high energy electron accelerators were developed that it became possible to investigate the systematics of nuclear photodisintegrations. The problem of accurately determining...[Show more]
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