## Mass-energy relations in the fission of highly excited heavy nuclei |

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A/Ac angular Appendix approximately average kinetic energy beam bell jar calculated central moments charge-to-mass ratios coincidence unit collimated detector compound nucleus constant Contour map cos0 data corrected de-excitation decrease defined density of events discussed dispersion effects of neutron electronic system emitted energy distributions energy loss error distribution excitation energies experimental fission chamber fission event fission fragments fraction function FWHM gaussian gaussian distribution heavy ions heavy-ion kinetic-energy distributions lab angle lab energies light fragment linear amplifier linear systems lower curve shows mass and total mass asymmetry mass distributions mass division MASS-ENERGY RELATIONS mass-error maximum energy release measured neutron emission nickel foil nucleon number of events number of neutrons observed fragments particles peak preamplifier pulse heights pulse-height spectra rotational energy semiconductor detectors shows the data spontaneous fission symmetric fission target thickness total kinetic energy transformation parameter tribution two-dimensional analyzer uncertainty variance velocity width zero