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THE EVOLUTION OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS
DEFINITIONS AND PREREQUISITES
PROTONS ELECTRONS AND QUANTA
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3-decay a-particle absorption acceleration alpha particles angular momentum atomic energy atomic number beam binding energy bombarding particle center of mass Chapter chemical cloud chamber computed Coulomb cross section decay constant density deuteron dipole discussed disintegration effect elastic collision electric elements emission emitted energy levels example excited experimental fission forces frequency given half-life high energy hydrogen atom incident particle interaction involved ionization isobaric isotopes kinetic energy laboratory magnetic field mass equation mass number measured neutral atom neutrino nuclear chart nuclear masses nuclear moments nuclear physics nuclear reactions nucleons number of atoms number of protons observed orbital pairs potential energy produced protons protons and neutrons quadrupole quantities quantum mechanics radiation radioactive decay radioactive substances radius range rays reactor relativistic resonance rest mass result scattering shown in Fig spin stable nuclei theory tion tracks transformations unit velocity wave functions