The propagation of very heavy primary cosmic ray particles
R. A. Mewaldt, Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Dept. of Physics. Laboratory for Space Physics
Laboratory for Space Physics, Dept. of Physics, Washington University - Cosmic rays - 10 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
acceleration assumed Burbidge calculated charge resolution charge spectrum Cm/Th CONFINEMENT HALO considered cosmic ray age Cosmic Ray Particles curve D. D. Clayton data Department of Physics disk and halo DISK CONFINEMENT distance energy enhancement equation experimental fission fragment fluxes Fowler and Hoyle fragmentation parameter Friedlander and M. H. function Gloeckler gm/cm group H 3 atom/cm halflives halo confinement heaviest nuclei Heavy Primary Cosmic high density hydrogen improved charge include independent indicator interaction interstellar Jokipii L/M ratio Laboratory for Space leakage length less than l0 M. H. Israel Laboratory M. W. Friedlander mean free path measurable Missouri model number observed obtained omit Phys Physics Washington University present Primary Cosmic Ray problems Propagation protons r-process abundance r-process peak R. A. Mewaldt R. E. Turner radioactive decay region relative result Saint Louis Seeger sensitive shown in Fig slab source Space Physics statistics steady-state traversed W. A. Fowler