Gibson, William R. Gibbs, Mikkel B. Johnson, Clinton P. Anderson Meson Physics Facility
American Inst. of Physics, 1991 - Science - 283 pages
Experts in hypernuclear physics, an emerging sector of medium energy research, present 28 papers on hypernuclear structure, A-nucleon scattering and reactions, and hypernuclear weak decays. For the novice in the field, introductory and summary papers provide an overview. Reproduced from the authors'
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Past Present and Future
A Brief Review of Emulsion Results on Hypernuclei
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