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Influence of Straggling Effects on the Accurate Measurement of Nuclear Reaction Energies

  • Jörg W. Müller
Conference paper

Summary

The fact that particles do not lose their energy in a target continuously, but in discrete steps, can result in a considerable change of the apparent shape and position of a resonance. A method for determining the shift of the midpoint in a yield curve for thick targets is sketched and numerical results are given in graphical form.

Keywords

Energy Loss Yield Curve Energy Loss Mechanism Apparent Shape Partial Fraction Expansion 
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© Plenum Publishing Company Ltd 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jörg W. Müller
    • 1
  1. 1.Bureau International des Poids et MesuresSèvresFrance

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