Measurements by Scattering Techniques, I

  • J. K. Major
Conference paper

Abstract

A nucleus which resonantly absorbs a recoil-free gamma ray is left in an excited state and returns to the ground state by emitting an identical gamma ray, which may be internally converted.

Keywords

Counting Rate Scattered Radiation Rayleigh Scattering Internal Conversion Resonant Absorption 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. K. Major
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  1. 1.National Science FoundationUSA

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