By Leader E., Predazzi E.
Quantity 2 offers at a few size with CP-violation, yet is principally dedicated to QCD and its program to "hard" methods. The authors in brief conceal "soft" hadronic physics, additionally. This paintings will offer a entire reference and textbook for all postgraduate scholars and researchers drawn to smooth particle physics.
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191, which yielded values for the resonant frequency and its statistical uncertainty. Fig. 1 shows a typical resonance curve, in this case the one for lolNbions that were injected from the purification trap. 2. Mass measurements across the N=50 shell gap Precision mass measurements at JYFLTRAP have covered until now a broad range of isotopes produced in fission, as shown in Fig. 2. Complemented by the data from the ISOLTRAP n-rih isotopes of all elements from Ni to Pd and some isotopes of Ag, Cd and Sn have now been measured to a high accuracy with the Penning trap.
Phys. Jpn. 73,2593 (2004). 12. N. , RIKEN Accel. Prog. Rep. 35,283 (2002). 13. K. , Phys. Rev. C 43,456 (1991); K. , Phys. Lett. B 251,488 (1990). This page intentionally left blank POPULATION OF NEUTRON UNBOUND STATES VIA TWO-PROTON KNOCKOUT REACTIONS N. FRANK,* T. BAUMANN, D . BAZIN, A. -L. LECOUEY,? A. PETERS, H. SCHEITJ, A. SCHILLER, and M. st Lansing, M I 48824 J. A. E. FINCK Department of Physics, Central Michigan Unzverszty, M t . Pleasant, M I 48859 J. HINNEFELD Department of Physics d Astronomy, IUSB, South Bend, I N 46634 R.
The angle and energy of the fragments were ion-optically reconstructed using a novel method which takes into account the position at the target in the dispersive direction [la]. 3. Results Figure 1 shows the reconstructed decay energy spectrum of excited 240. No obvious resonance structure is apparent. 7 MeV. In contrast, the decay energy spectrum of 230 Figure 2 shows a sharp resonance structure very close t o threshold [3,6,10]. The solid line corresponds to a fit with a resonance at 45(2) keV and a 25 Decay energy (MeV) Fig.
An introduction to gauge theories and modern particle physics by Leader E., Predazzi E.