ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTION OF 300-Mev NEUTRONS WITH XENON

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An investigation of the interactions between 300-Mev neutrons and xenon was made by means of a cloud chamber in a pulsed magnetic field of 21,700 gauss placed in the neutron beam of the 184-inch Berkeley cyclotron. Eighty-seven negative pion events and 257 other stars were analyzed. In addition an experimental check was made on the energy of the incoming neutrons. Classification, identification, and angular and energy distributions of prongs associated with all events are presented. Interpretations of results are given.

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Morris, Richard Herbert. October 17, 1956.

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An investigation of the interactions between 300-Mev neutrons and xenon was made by means of a cloud chamber in a pulsed magnetic field of 21,700 gauss placed in the neutron beam of the 184-inch Berkeley cyclotron. Eighty-seven negative pion events and 257 other stars were analyzed. In addition an experimental check was made on the energy of the incoming neutrons. Classification, identification, and angular and energy distributions of prongs associated with all events are presented. Interpretations of results are given.

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  • Related Information: Designation of Academic Dissertation: Dooctoral Thesis; Academic Degree: Ph.D.; Name of Academic Institution: UC Berkeley

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Morris, Richard Herbert. ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTION OF 300-Mev NEUTRONS WITH XENON, thesis or dissertation, October 17, 1956; Berkeley, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc931210/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.