A study of the charged particles emitted from certain fast-neutron induced reactions
The models which have been used to explain the observed features of nuclear reactions have had a chequered history of waxing and waning popularity. Nearly three decades ago it was suggested that single particle direct interactions might prove a satisfactory basis for a model of nuclear reactions; however, the theory was discarded when the discovery of narrow resonance structure in reaction cross-sections forced the adoption of the compound nucleus model. Over the years, this compound...[Show more]
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