# Browse by Subject "Physics, Nuclear"

• (1996)
We have measured the absolute $\rm\sp2H(\gamma,p)n$ angular distribution using the Illinois LASA detector at the Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory's tagged photon facility. Using 40 to 90 MeV photons, we aimed to measure ...

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• (1993)
The neutron cross-section processing code NJOY has been modified to calculate total displacements kerma cross-sections for silicon, gallium, arsenic and gallium arsenide. The modified NJOY is also used to calculate the ...

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• (1990)
We study the effects of the nuclear equation of state (EOS) on intermediate energy heavy-ion collisions using classical microscopic models. The role of the EOS on the disassembly of expanding, hot nuclear matter, as well ...

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• (1990)
This experiment measured coincident neutron-proton pairs from the photodisintegration of $\sp3$He. The bremsstrahlung photon beam was produced by a 100 MeV electron beam, supplied by the University of Illinois Nuclear ...

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• (1991)
Bremsstrahlung photons with endpoint energies from 55 to 100 MeV were used to photodisintegrate $\sp6$Li nuclei, and emitted neutron/proton pairs were observed in coincidence. Measurement of the energies and angles of the ...

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• (1961)

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• (1994)
Elastic and quasi-elastic photon scattering from the deuteron were studied in the context of the polarizability of the neutron. We have measured the elastic and quasi-elastic cross sections for the scattering of tagged ...

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• (1995)
The Compton scattering cross section on the proton was measured at laboratory angles of 90$\sp\circ$ and 135$\sp\circ$, using 70-100 MeV tagged photons, and simultaneously using 100-150 MeV untagged photons, in order to ...

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