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Randomness Reason and Atomic Energy
Properties of Nuclear Radiations
The Detection of Nuclear Particles
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absorbed absorption accelerated activity actual alpha particles amount applied atoms beam bombardment cause chamber chapter charge circuit consider considerable constant cosmic rays counter counting cross curve cyclotron decay definite depends described detection deuteron effect electron elements emission emitted energy equation example excited existence experiments fact field figure final fission force gamma rays give given half-life heavy hydrogen important increase interest ionization ions isotopes known less light magnetic field mass material matter means measured method moving nature needed neutron nuclear nucleus observed obtained occurs operation particles physics pile positive positron possible potential present problem produced protons radiation radioactive range reaction reason relatively requires result scattering seen separation shown shows simple stable theory thermal thickness tion transmutation tube unit uranium various voltage yield