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Disintegrations Produced in the Light Elements of Nuclear Emulsions by 950 MeV Protons
Proceedings of the Royal Society A
Ilford G 5 photographic emulsions have been exposed to 950 MeV protons from the Birmingham synchrotron, and 430 m of proton track searched for nuclear disintegrations. Disintegrations of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen were selected by the potential barrier criterion; the adequacy of this method, which depends on the presence of a short a-particle track indicating the low Coulomb barrier of a disintegrating light nucleus, is discussed. The characteristics of the disintegrations occurring in thedoi:10.1098/rspa.1956.0115 fatcat:sh2td7gpkjdg7espo2lbwootpu