On the Relative Signs of “ROT-effects” in Ternary and Binary Fission of 233U and 235U Nuclei Induced by Cold Polarized Neutrons



Signs of the ROT-effects in ternary fission of 233U and 235U experimentally defined by PNPI group are the same, whereas in binary fission defined by ITEP group are opposite. This contradiction cannot be explained by the errors in the experiments of both groups, since such instrumental effects would be too large not to be noticed. Therefore, it is necessary to find the answer to this problem in the differences of the ternary and binary fission mechanisms.


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  1. 1.NRC “Kurchatov institute”–Alihanov Institute for Theoretical and Experimental PhysicsMoscowRussia

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