Nuclear Induction Due to Free Larmor Precession

@inproceedings{Hahn1950NuclearID,
  title={Nuclear Induction Due to Free Larmor Precession},
  author={Erwin L. Hahn},
  year={1950}
}
  • Erwin L. Hahn
  • Published 1950
  • Physics
  • Curran and Strothers, found resonances in reaction (3) at 290, 314, 336, 388, 430, 451, and 494 kv, and resonances at 222, 310, 392, 417, 492, 508, and 525 kv accompanied by positron activity. Finding the y-radiation from the strongest of the latter resonances, those at 222 and 417 kv, to have a mean energy of 1.5 Mev or less, he concluded that these resonances probably belong to reaction (1). To solve this problem targets of separated Mg isotopes have been prepared in the isotope separator of… CONTINUE READING

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