The principles and measurement of fission-fragment times of flight
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1963 - Science - 111 pages
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0-2 flight path 0-2 fragment alpha particles amplitude ART effect attenuation Cable Calibration cable delay capacitors cathode centroid chance coincident rate channel number channel occupancy characteristic impedance chromic acid circuit cm/sec coincidence constraint correlated counting rate counts/sec delay line delta rays detector signals differential linearity diode diode-stretcher voltage distribution dynode einzel lens electron Ni foil Equation Fast Timing System fission fragments flight tube fragment flight fragment mass fragment peaks fragment traverses fragment velocity frequency FWHM heavy fragment hence incident pulse input ionization chamber kinetic limit mercury pulser nanosecond negligible nickel foil nsec Nuclear obtained oscilloscope output signal photocathode photomultiplier tube Phys preamplifier prompt neutron emission quartz R.B. Leachman random remote detector scintillator secondary electron spectra square wave Stop pulse TEKTRONIX thick Time-of-Flight Spectrum time-to-pulse-height converter TPHC transit time spreads triple coincidence UNCLASSIFIED ORNL DWG vacuum variance velocity loss yields zero box zero detector Zero Time Detector