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Total Cross-Section Measurements: Progress in Nuclear Physics

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by G. Giacomelli
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Total Cross-Section Measurements: Progress in Nuclear Physics by G. Giacomelli

Total Cross-Section Measurements discusses the cross-sectional dimensions of elementary hadron collisions. The main coverage of the book is the resonance and high energy area of the given collision. A section of the book explains in detail the characteristic of a resonance region. Another section is focused on the location of the high energy region of collision.
Parts of the book define the meaning of resonance in nuclear physics. Also explained are the measurement of resonance and the identification of the area where the resonance originates. Different experimental methods to measure the total cross section of a charged particle are given. One such method is the transmission method. Bubble chamber measurement is another method that is covered in the book. Systems of analysis such as the pion-nucleon system, the K--nucleon system, and K+- nucleon system are discussed.
The book is an excellent guide for nuclear physicists and students of physics.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 152
Size: 24.8 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1970
ISBN: 9781483181523 (DRM-PDF)

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