Ionization Measurements: In High Energy Physics
This completely revised and enlarged English edition of the original Russianbook deals with the identification and separation of charged particles in high energy physics experiments. Proportional drift and streamer chambers as well as ionization measurements with cloud, spark, and ionization chambers are discussed. Both scientists and advanced undergraduate students specializing in high energy or nuclear physics will find useful information for planning and performing ionization measurements and their analyses.
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Ionization Effects in a Polarizable Medium
Physical Processes in Gas Ionization Detectors
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