Charged–Particle Reaction List 1948–1971 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780127389028, 9780323145787

Charged–Particle Reaction List 1948–1971

1st Edition

Authors: F McGowan
eBook ISBN: 9780323145787
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1973
Page Count: 566
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Charged-Particle Reaction List 1948-1971 is a guide to experiments on charged-particle-induced reactions that have been reported in journal literature during the period 1948 to June 1971. This compendium consists of the material from four Reaction Lists which have already appeared in Nuclear Data Tables. Each published article is listed under the target nuclei in the nuclear reactions which it treats. Reactions are denoted by A(a,b)B, where A and B are the target and residual nucleus, respectively; a is the bombarding charged particle and b is the outgoing product particle or particles. The guide also includes a brief information after the reaction designation, namely, the energy E of the bombarding projectile in MeV, a short statement of the type of data that is found in the paper, and a bibliographic information on the paper itself. A symbol THY in the extreme right-hand column denotes the theoretical papers concerned with analysis of nuclear reaction data. For papers dealing with experimental data on energy spectra, the angle of observation of the emerging reaction products, the accelerator, as well as the detector used are given for many entries under the column heading "Quantity Measured." The guide will prove immensely useful for theoretical physicists, nuclear physicists, and molecular physicists.

Table of Contents



Scope and Organization


Abbreviations, Symbols, and Definitions

Examples of Reaction and Cross-Section Notation

Reaction List for Charged-Particle-Induced Nuclear Reactions


A. Polarization Data

B. Total Reaction Cross-Section Data

C. Angular Correlation Data (for Correlations Between Emitted Particles)


A. List of Reactions by Projectile

B. List of Residual Nuclei and the Specific Reactions from Which They Result

C. List of Fission Reactions

D. List of Coulomb Excitation Reactions


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