Particles and Fields: Proceedings of the VII Ja Swieca

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Good, clear and relatively comprehensive exposition of "standard" material: nuclear models, alfa, beta, gamma radioactivity, nuclear reactions.. . Corequisites: Physics 1AL and Mathematics 10B or 20B (prior completion of mathematics corequisite is permitted). (F,W,S) Physics laboratory course to accompany Physics 1A. T2K will use accelerator-produced neutrinos, whose energy and composition can be directly controlled, to study oscillations of neutrinos as they travel hundreds of kilometres across Japan.

Pages: 795

Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (May 1994)

ISBN: 9810215975

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