Characteristics of EAS and primary particle mass composition in the energy region of 1017–3⋅1019 eV by Yakutsk data

  title={Characteristics of EAS and primary particle mass composition in the energy region of 1017–3⋅1019 eV by Yakutsk data},
  author={Stanislav Knurenko and V. P. Egorova and A. A. Ivanov and V. A. Kolosov and I. T. Makarov and Z. E. Petrov and I. Ye. Sleptsov and G. G. Struchkov},
In this work the data of the Yakutsk complex EAS array and their comparison with calculation in the case of primary nuclei of different chemical elements are presented. The calculation by QGSJET model have been used interpreting experimental data. 
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