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Proposed New Method for Separating Isotopes
RECENTLY1 a double mercury discharge vessel was used (Fig. 1), in which a large current running in the outer vessel irradiated the small current discharge in the inner vessel with 2537 Å resonanceExpand
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Contribution to the Co-rotating Magnetic Field Model of the Pulsar
A new general solution of the electromagnetic field equations convenient for rotating field problems is used to analyse the case of low plasma number density. Two localized pulse emitting regionsExpand
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An investigation of the range-energy relation in emulsion
SummaryAn apparent variation of the mass of the Λ-hyperon with the energy of the decay π−-meson has been observed in emulsion. This anomaly has been attributed to a systematic error in theExpand
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A determination of the $$B_\Lambda $$ values of light hypernucleivalues of light hypernuclei
SummaryResults are presented on the $$B_\Lambda $$ values of hypernuclei in the mass rangeA=3 toA=12 obtained from a sample of 595 uniquely identified π−-mesonic decays. The problems of whatExpand
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The production of heavy hyperfragments by K--meson captures at rest in emulsion nuclei
SummaryIn this study of hyperfragment production by K--meson absorptions at rest in emulsion nuclei, an attempt has been made to estimate the contribution of heavy spallation hyperfragments to theExpand
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Names for Nuclear Science
Production of Continuous High-Current Discharges in Gases
THE properties of high-current arcs under stationary conditions have been studied, in general, using low-pressure mercury vapour. Thonemann and Cowhig1, for example, have made probe measurements in aExpand
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