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ABSOLUTE ELECTRON-NUCLEAR DIFFERENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS AT 1.00 Mev, 1.75 Mev, AND 2.50 Mev. I.
Abstract Monoergic electrons were scattered from thin foils of aluminum, nickel, silver, and gold. The scattered electrons were analyzed by a 90° magnetic spectrometer using a scintillation detector.Expand
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Disintegration of Beryllium by Electrons
The beryllium nucleus has been disintegrated by fast electrons whose energies exceeded the photoelectric threshold. The source of the electrons was a 1.8-Mv Van de Graaff generator. As was predictedExpand
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Nuclear Excitation of Lead by X-Rays
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Elastic Backscattering of d-d Neutrons
The backscattering of $d\ensuremath{-}d$ neutrons was investigated for several materials. A directional thick paraffin detector was used. The detector was sensitive primarily to neutrons which hadExpand
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PLURAL SCATTERING OF ELECTRONS AT 1.00 Mev, 1.75 Mev, AND 2.50 Mev. II.
Abstract Monoergic electrons were scattered from thin foils of aluminum, nickel, silver and gold. The scattered electrons were analyzed by a magnetic spectrometer. The electron-nuclear cross sectionsExpand
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