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Disintegration Processes by Cosmic Rays with the Simultaneous Emission of Several Heavy Particles

Naturevolume 140page585 (1937) | Download Citation



ON photographic plates which had been exposed to cosmic radiation on the Hafelekar (2,300 m. above sea-level) near Innsbruck for five months, we found, apart from the very long tracks (up to 1,200 cm. in length) which have been reported recently in a note in the Wiener Akademie-Berichte, evidence of several processes described below.

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  1. 1

    Brode, R. L., and others, Phys. Rev., 50, 581 (October, 1936).

  2. 2

    Wilkins, Nat. Geog. Soc., Stratosphere Series, No. 2, 37 (1936).

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  1. Radium Institut u. 2 Physik. Institut, Wien

    • M. BLAU
    •  & H. WAMBACHER


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