High-energy induced fission theory and application
Robert R. Hart, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1955 - Science - 36 pages
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184-inch cyclotron alpha alpha particle aluminum plates argon beryllium Bevatron Bismuth-coated sides bismuth-fission chamber bismuth-fission ionization chamber center plate charged particle chemical separation circuitry for counting cloud chamber Clyde Wiegand Coincidence collision component cosmic ray counting counting cosmic rays counting rate CR-5 chamber deuterons Electron mobility electronic noise enter the sensitive field gradient fission cross section fission fragments fission ionization chamber fission of bismuth fission pulses Fission yields relative foils high voltage high-energy fission high-energy neutron high-energy particles high-voltage breakdown inches induced fission inelastic lead linear amplifier low-capacity mean energy measured meson mg/cm microseconds monitor neutron beam neutron flux noise pulses nonionizing radiation nucleus one-megohm resistors plane parallel plates positive plate preamplifier proton Pulse-height spectrum R. H. Goeckermann radioactivity ratio relative to thorium Scintillator section for fission sensitive region slow-neutron fission spallation reactions Tabulated data target ten-channel analyzer total fission tron twelve neutrons uncoated volts volts per centimeter