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Fermi E. — Nuclear Physics
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Название: Nuclear Physics

Автор: Fermi E.

Аннотация:

This volume presents, with some amplification, the notes on the lectures on nuclear physics given by Enrico Fermi at the University of Chicago in 1949.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1974

Количество страниц: 248

Добавлена в каталог: 24.03.2008

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Предметный указатель
$Be^8$      149
$Be^8$, energy diagram      151
$Br^{80}$      106
$He^{3}$      169
$He^{5}$      169
$H^{3}$      169
$In^{115}$      106
$Li^{6}$      170
$o^{14}$ in atmosphere      220
$Ra-B\varepsilon$ source      179 191
$\delta$-functions      106
$\delta$-functions, rays      219
$\mu$-meson      131 230 223
$\pi$-meson      131 221
Abraham, M.      41 44 46 54
Absorption coefficients      39
Absorption thickness for cosmic rays      220
Accelerator, betatron      23
Accelerator, Cockroft — Walton      24
Accelerator, cyclotron      24
Adiabatic invariance      29
Allen, J.S.      84
Allowed regions (cosmic rays)      227
Allowed regions (cosmic rays), cones      229
alpha-alpha scattering      149
alpha-particles      55—69
alpha-particles, lifetimes      58
alpha-particles, long range      67
alpha-particles, semi-classical theory      58
alpha-particles, spectra of      66
alpha-particles, virtual level theory      59
Angular correlation, $\beta-\nu$      85
Angular momentum, electronic      10
Angular momentum, isomers      106
Angular momentum, nuclear      10
Angular momentum, nuclear models      169
Angular momentum, selection rules      96; see also “spin”
Angular momentum, total      11
anti-neutrino      85 86
Argonne graphite pile      213
Artificial production of $\pi^{-1}$s      1
Atmospheric data      215
Atmospheric depth      215
Atomic mass, mass formula      6
Atomic mass, physical scale and chemical scale      2
Auger electrons      101 141
Avogadro's number      2 240
Axial vector      99
Barriers, arbitrary      56
Barriers, coulomb      57 58
Barriers, factor in nuclear reactions      142 163
Barriers, rectangular      55
Bartlett force      112
Becker, R.      41 44 46 54
Berkeley cyclotron, $\pi$-mesons      131
Berkeley cyclotron, deuteron beams      177 178
Berkeley cyclotron, neutron beams      121
Beta-decay      69—87
Beta-decay and gamma-decay      89 105
Beta-decay rate      76
Beta-decay spectra      76 78
Beta-decay theory      72
Betatron      23
Bethe, H.      257 30 31 32 54
Beyer      237
Binding energy      2 3
Bloch      31
Bohr      27 148 166
Bohr orbits for $\mu$-mesons      133
Bohr, formula      27
Breit — Wigner formula      152 157
Bremsstrahlung      43
Bursts      219
Carbon, gamma absorption resonance      175
Chadwick, J.      34 54
Chain reactions      208—213
Chemical binding effect on neutron scattering      194
Cockroft — Walton accelerator      24
Coherent scattering      196—203
Cold neutrons      180 199 203
Collision thickness in air      220
Commutation relations for I      16
Compound nucleus      147
Compton effect      38 40
Compton effect, wavelength      41 240
Conservation of energy      69
Conservation of energy in meson theory      156
Constants, physical      240
Conversion, internal      101
Coryell      32
Cosmic rays      215—235
Cosmic Rays, absorption thickness      220
Cosmic Rays, allowed cones      229
Cosmic Rays, allowed regions      227
Cosmic Rays, bursts      219
Cosmic Rays, collision thickness      220
Cosmic Rays, east-west asymmetry      243
Cosmic Rays, electronic component      221 222
Cosmic Rays, forbidden regions      237
Cosmic Rays, hard component      221
Cosmic Rays, intensity      215 222
Cosmic Rays, latitude effect      233
Cosmic Rays, Liouville theorem      232
Cosmic Rays, mesons in      221 222
Cosmic Rays, motion of, in earth's field      225
Cosmic Rays, motion of, in sun's field      215
Cosmic Rays, N-component      217 222
Cosmic Rays, primary      215
Cosmic Rays, protons in primary radiation      216
Cosmic Rays, references      257
Cosmic Rays, secondary radiation      217 223
Cosmic Rays, shadow effect      232
Cosmic Rays, showers      49 219
Cosmic Rays, soft component      221 223
Cosmic Rays, stars      217
Cosmic Rays, trajectory of      225
Coulomb scattering      125—127
Crane, H.R.      84
Cross section for nuclear reactions      141 143
Cu, gamma absorption resonance      175
Curie      18 240
Cyclotron      25; also see “Berkeley”
Decay constant. $\lambda$      1
Density of nuclear levels      158 161
Density of states in a box      76
Detailed balance      145
Deuteron      113—121 169
Deuteron, nuclear potential      115 116
Deuteron, stripping      177
Deuteron, virtual state      120 121 175 199
Deuteron, wave function      115—116
Diffraction of neutrons      200—201
Diffusion length (neutrons)      195
Diffusion theory (neutrons)      187—194
Dipole      see “Electric” “Magnetic”
Dirac theory of the electron      48
Disintegration of $\pi^1$s, $\mu^1$s      132 221
Double $\beta$-decay      86
east-west assymetry      253
Einstein mass energy relation      2
Elastic scattering of neutrons      181—185
Electric Dipole      92
Electric Dipole, absorption at high energy      100
Electric Dipole, emission      94 96 106
Electric Dipole, radiation forbidden      99
Electric Dipole, static moment forbidden      15
Electric quadrupole      95
Electric quadrupole, emission      100 108
Electronic component of cosmic rays      221 222
Electrons, existence in nucleus      73
Electrons, negative energy      71
Ellis      34 54
Endothermic reactions      141 144
Energy diagrams, $Be^{8}$ (compound nucleus)      151
Energy diagrams, beta decay      70
Energy diagrams, isomeric states      106
Entropy of nucleus      161
Equilibrium, radioactive, secular      17
Evaporation from nucleus      162
Exchange forces, experimental evidence      121—125 178
Exchange forces, mesons      134
Exchange forces, saturation      115
Exchange forces, types      112
Exothermic reactions      144
F $\tau$ tables      82
Feather rule      52
Fermi age equation      187—188
Fermi, E., ionization loss      52
Fermi, E., paper on pile theory      208—215
Fireman      87
Fission      164—208
Fission, asymmetry in      165
Fission, delayed neutrons      167
Fission, fragments      166 167
Fission, in chain reactions      208
Fission, neutrons emitted      167
Fission, stability against      164
Fission, triple      167
Forbidden cones and regions      228
Forbidden cones and regions, strictly forbidden transitions      104
Forbidden cones and regions, transitions      100
Form factor      200—201
Fourier analysis of $\underline{J}$      107—109
Furry      87
Gamma, energy of      89
Gamma, half-life      96
Gamma, multipole expansion      92
Gamma, radiation      89—106
Gamow factor      5
Gamow — Teller selection rule      81
Gamow, G.      55
Gas model of nucleus      159
Geiger — Nuttall law      66
Geometric nuclear $\sigma$      220
Gerenkov radiation      32
Glendenin      32
Goldberger      177
Goldhaber      175
Goodman      7
Graphite filters      203
Greisen, K.      56 49 54
Gyromagnetic ratio, anomalous      20
Half life, alpha radiation      5&
Half life, beta radiation      82
Half life, defined      1
Half life, gamma radiation      96
Hamilton      85
Hard component of cosmic rays      221 222
Hayakawa      221
Heat of condensation      4 7
Heisenberg, W.      137
Heisenberg, W., force      112
Heitler      240 39 45 47 48 50 54
High-energy scattering      121 122
Hydrogen, ortho- and para-      199—200
Index of refraction for neutrons      201—202
Induced emission      95
Induction, nuclear magnetic      13
Inghram      87
Intensity of primary cosmic ray      216
Intensity of secondary cosmic ray      222
Internal conversion      101—105
Internal conversion (cont.), experimental      104—105
Internal conversion (cont.), relativistic treatment      104
Internal conversion (cont.), selection rules      104 105
Internal conversion (cont.), theory      101
Internal conversion coefficient      101 103
Inverse processes      145
Inverse processes, beta-decay      85
Ionization of a gas      33
Ionization of a gas, chamber      55
Ionization of a gas, loss by heavy particles      27
Ionization of a gas, loss by heavy particles, electrons      50
Isobar, behavior of      8
Isobar, defined      1
Isobar, stability of      71
Isomerism      106
Isotone, defined      1
Janossy      237 37 53 54 137
K-capture      70 71 84
K-conversion      101
Kennard, E.H.      41
Klein — Gordon equation      134
Klein — Nishina formula      41
Klein — Nishina formula, plotted      42
Konopinski      81
Korff, S.A.      55
Kurie plot      80
la      24 255 257
Lagrangian, relativistic electro-dynamic      226
Larmor's Theorem      13
Latitude effect      233
Lattes      131
Lead, absorption of photons in      50
Lifetimes      see “Half Lives”
Lindsay      35 37
Liquid Drop model      5
Liquid Drop model, applied to fission      164
Livingston, M.S.      237 31 54
Low energy scattering      194—195
Low energy scattering, cross section      119 120
magic numbers      170
Magnetic Dipole, defined      95
Magnetic Dipole, emission      95 100 109
Magnetic Moment, deuteron      13 171
Magnetic Moment, earth      228
Magnetic Moment, nucleons      13
Magnetic Moment, sun      215
Magnetic rigidity      225
Magneton, Bohr and Nuclear      13
Majorana      86
Majorana force      112
Mas, atomic mas formula      6
Mass (amu)      2
Mass defect      2
Mass number      2
Mass of mesons      133
Mass reduced      5
Mass relativistic      4
Matrix element, in beta-decay      75 81
Matrix element, in gamma-decay      92—96
Mattauch,      7
Mayer, M.G.      87
Mean free path for neutrons      185—186 189 221
Mean life      see Half life
Meson, $\pi$ and $\mu$, $\rho$ and $\sigma$      131—132
Meson, decay of $\pi$ and $\mu$      132
Meson, heavy      133
Meson, in cosmic rays      220
Meson, neutral      133 221
Meson, pseudo-scalar, vector, tensor      135
Meson, theory      13 23 133—137
Minimum ionization      131 133
Mirror elements      83
Mn, (n,n) resonance      158
Model, liquid drop      5
Model, orbit      167
Model, statistical gas      159
moment      see “Magnetic” “Electric” etc.
Morrish      84
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