Angular Correlations in Nuclear Disintegration

Proceedings of the International Conference on Angular Correlations in Nuclear Disintegration Delft, The Netherlands August 17–22, 1970

  • Hans van Krugten
  • Bob van Nooijen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. T. R. Gerholm, B. G. Pettersson, C. Bargholtz, Z. H. Cho, L. Eriksson, L. Gidefeldt
    Pages 70-74
  3. B. Orre, F. Falk, A. Linnfors, J. E. Thun
    Pages 109-115
  4. T. R. Gerholm, L. Holmberg
    Pages 120-156
  5. H. G. Boddendijk, S. Idzenga, G. Timmerman, H. Verheul
    Pages 159-162
  6. H. A. Doubt, W. D. Hamilton
    Pages 162-166
  7. V. Stefánsson, V. Sergeev, J. Becker, L. Holmberg
    Pages 166-168
  8. L. Hasselgren, S. Antman, H. S. Sahota, J. E. Thun
    Pages 173-176
  9. F. A. Beck, T. Byrski, P. Engelstein, A. Knipper, S. Gorodetzky
    Pages 226-229
  10. P. Taras, J. Matas, A. Turcotte, R. Vaillancourt
    Pages 229-231
  11. N. C. Singhal, A. V. Ramayya, J. H. Hamilton, S. Raman
    Pages 231-235
  12. Z. W. Grabowski, K. S. Krane, R. M. Steffen
    Pages 239-242
  13. E. Collins, J. H. Hamilton, P. E. Little, A. V. Ramayya, M. U. Kim, N. R. Johnson et al.
    Pages 245-247
  14. A. V. Ramayya, W. Lourens, B. van Nooijen, H. van Krugten
    Pages 247-250
  15. B. Hrastnik, I. Basar, M. Dikšić, K. Ilakovac, V. Kos, A. Ljubičić
    Pages 251-252
  16. R. Béraud, I. Berkes, R. Haroutunian, G. Marest, Michèle Meyer-Lévy, R. Rougny et al.
    Pages 256-261
  17. A. V. Ramayya, J. H. Hamilton, P. E. Little, E. Collins, J. J. Pinajian
    Pages 261-267
  18. H. E. Bosch, M. A. Fariolli, M. Behar, G. Garcǐa Bermudez
    Pages 267-270
  19. F. E. Coffman, J. H. Hamilton, A. V. Ramayya, M. U. Kim, R. L. Robinson
    Pages 270-274
  20. P. Tomaš, M. Furić, V. Valković, D. Miljanić, B. Antolković
    Pages 335-338

About these proceedings


In 1969 we feit that the subject of angular correlations in nuclear disintegrat­ ion had received little special attention at international conferences. It is true that perturbed angular correlations had been discussed at a smalI, highly - specialised meeting at Uppsala in 1963 and that in 1967 certain aspects of perturbed angular correlations had been considered at a conference on hyperfine structure at Asilomar. However, both conferences were very limited in scope from the point of view of a low - energy nuclear physicist. Besides, since these conferences were being held, the field of perturbed ?ngular correlations had received new impetus from the still ex­ panding application of the implantation of radioactive isotopes in suitable environ­ ments, from the construction of large superconductive magnets, etc. Meanwhile, the technique of measuring correlations between beta particles and circularly polarized gamma rays had been developed to such a degree that they lent themselves to the in­ vestigation of beta decay, nuclear structure and charge dependence of nuclear forces. The systematic study of heavy elements had increased the import an ce of alpha-gamma angular correlations which present their own specific problems. Theoretical internal conversion data had become available to such an extent that electron -gamma direct­ ional correlations became an important tool in the investigation of nuclear structure: in a large number of cases it is more advantageous to study electron -gamma corre­ lations instead of the commonly measured gamma -gamma directional correlations.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Hans van Krugten
    • 1
  • Bob van Nooijen
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Technical PhysicsDelft University of TechnologyDelftThe Netherlands

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1971
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
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  • Print ISBN 978-94-011-7733-7
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-7731-3
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