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Further daemon detection experiments

  title={Further daemon detection experiments},
  author={Edward M. Drobyshevski},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
The experiments on detection of daemons captured into geocentric orbits, which are based on the postulated fast decay of daemon-containing nuclei, have been continued. By properly varying the experimental parameters, it has become possible to reveal and formulate some relations governing the interaction of daemons with matter. Among them are, for instance, the emission of energetic Auger-type electrons in the capture of an atomic nucleus, the possibility of charge exchange involving the capture… 

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