Gamma ray and particle production in heavy ion reactions

proceedings of II TAPS Workshop, Guardamar, Spain, May 31-June 5, 1993 by TAPS Workshop (2nd 1993 Guardamar, Spain)

Publisher: World Scientific in Singapore, River Edge, NJ

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  • Heavy ion collisions -- Congresses.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementeditors, José Díaz, Ginés Martínez, Yves Schutz.
ContributionsDíaz, José., Martínez, Ginés., Schutz, Yves.
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LC ClassificationsQC794.6.C6 T37 1993
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Paginationxi, 611 p. :
Number of Pages611
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Open LibraryOL854359M
ISBN 109810217757
LC Control Number95135373
OCLC/WorldCa32100307

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These proceedings treat the production of high energy gamma rays and particles (mesons and dileptons) in heavy ion reactions from energies of about 30 MeV.A to a. Nifenecker et al. / High energy gamma-ray production 17c 6.

CONCLUSION The hard photon production in heavy ion reactions, at beam energies between 30 and 85 MeV/n, has been extensively studied in the recent years. From such work the main characteristics of the Cited by: 4. A gamma ray, or gamma radiation (symbol γ or), is a penetrating electromagnetic radiation arising from the radioactive decay of atomic sofianatsouli.com consists of the shortest wavelength electromagnetic waves and so imparts the highest photon energy.

Paul Villard, a French chemist and physicist, discovered gamma radiation in while studying radiation emitted by radium. Results are presented for high-energy gamma-ray production in light-ion induced reactions.

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Nuclear Physics A () cc c North-Holland, Amsterdam HIGH ENERGY GAMMA-RAY PRODUCTION IN HEAVY ION REACTIONS M. MATO NJOCK, M. MAUREL, E. MONNAND, H. NIFENECKER, J.A. PINSTON, F. SCHUSSLER DRF/SPh/PhAN - Centre d'Etudes Nuclires de Grenoble 85 X - F Grenoble Cedex, sofianatsouli.com by: 4.

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This collision produces, among other things, one or more neutral pi mesons (or pions). These are unstable particles that decay into a pair of gamma rays.

The absolute {gamma}-ray yields from {alpha}-particle-induced reactions on thick targets of Be, BN, NaF, Mg, Al, and Si for incident energies between and 10 MeV are presented. The excitation distributions of several nuclei have been deduced from the experimental {gamma}-ray yields and are.

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Why has so much effort been expended in the measurement and interpretation of the phenomena of photon and γ-ray yields in heavy ion collisions.

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