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Accelerator nuclear physics

William D. Bygrave

Accelerator nuclear physics

fundamental experiments with a Van de Graaff accelerator

by William D. Bygrave

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Published by High Voltage Engineering Corp in Burlington .
Written in English


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Statement[by]W.D. Bygrave, P.A. Treado, J.M. Lambert.
ContributionsLambert, J M., Treado, P A.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 Vol
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13653172M

excited states of interest in nuclear physics { the unstable nuclei { were created long ago by high-energy collisions within stars. We just have to wait for them to decay. The topic of how to make, accelerate, detect and identify particles is an enormous one. If you can answer the in-line questions marked marked with arrows ()) you are doing well.


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