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Hydrogen depth profiling using18O ions

- H. Becker, M. Bahr, +8 authors J. Schweitzer
- Physics
- 1 December 1995

Nuclear resonant reaction analysis techniques for hydrogen depth profiling in solid materials typically have used15N ion beams at 6.40 MeV and19F ion beams at 6.42 MeV, which require a tandem… Expand

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Random matrices and chaos in nuclear physics: Nuclear reactions

- G. E. Mitchell, A. Richter, H. Weidenmueller
- Physics
- 14 January 2010

The application of random-matrix theory (RMT) to compound-nucleus (CN) reactions is reviewed. An introduction into the basic concepts of nuclear scattering theory is followed by a survey of… Expand

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Random Matrices and Chaos in Nuclear Physics

- H. Weidenmuller, G. E. Mitchell
- Physics
- 7 July 2008

The authors review the evidence for the applicability of random--matrix theory to nuclear spectra. In analogy to systems with few degrees of freedom, one speaks of chaos (more accurately: quantum… Expand

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The utility of resonant soft x-ray scattering and reflectivity for the nanoscale characterization of polymers

AbstractThe utility of resonant soft x-ray scattering (RSoXS) and
reflectivity (RSoXR) is extended and exemplified through the
characterization of thin films of polymers relevant to organic solar… Expand

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Effect of preequilibrium spin distribution on {sup 48}Ti +n cross sections

- D. Dashdorj, T. Kawano, +9 authors W. Younes
- Physics
- 15 May 2007

Nuclear model calculations of discrete {gamma}-ray production cross sections produced in {sup 48}Ti(n,n{sup '}{gamma}{sub i}){sup 48}Ti and {sup 48}Ti(n,2n{gamma}{sub i}){sup 47}Ti reactions were… Expand

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Fluctuation properties of spacings of low-lying nuclear levels

- J. Shriner, G. E. Mitchell, T. Egidy
- Physics
- 1 September 1991

Fluctuation properties have been analyzed for a large collection of low-lying nuclear energy levels, with emphasis on the nearest-neighbor spacing distributions. The levels are combined in several… Expand

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Amplitude correlations for inelastic proton scattering from44Ca

- J. Shriner, E. G. Bilpuch, C. Westerfeldt, G. E. Mitchell
- Physics
- 1 June 1981

The magnitudes and relative signs of inelastic proton channel amplitudes were determined for three decay channels for 53 5/2+ resonances in 45Sc. Although the reduced widths in each channel agree… Expand

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Statistical properties of 3/2− resonances in45Sc and51Mn

- J. Shriner, K. Whatley, E. G. Bilpuch, C. Westerfeldt, G. E. Mitchell
- Physics
- 1 August 1983

Magnitudes and relative signs of reduced width amplitudes for two inelastic decay channels were obtained for 3/2− resonances in45Sc and51Mn. Width and amplitude correlations were determined, and the… Expand

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Small sample size effects in statistical analyses of eigenvalue distributions

- J. Shriner, G. E. Mitchell
- Physics
- 1 March 1992

The effects of small sample sizes on the statistical analysis of eigenvalue distributions were analyzed numerically. The behavior of the nearest-neighbor spacing distribution, the Δ3 statistic, and… Expand

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