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The Giant Dipole Resonance

  • B. M. Spicer

Abstract

The giant dipole resonance is the name given to the broad peak which appears in γ-ray absorption cross sections of nuclei when these are measured with sufficiently bad resolution. The energy of the peak is generally between 13 and 25 MeV and is a slow function of mass number. The width of the peak is between 3 and 10 MeV, being smallest for closed-shell nuclei and greatest for nonspherical nuclei.

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