Nuclear Transmutations of Carbon-13


THIN ( 0.05 mgm./cm.2) deposits of carbon-13 prepared electromagnetically at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, have been bombarded by protons and deuterons of energy up to 1 MeV., and observations made on the (pγ)1,2, (dp)3,4, (dα)3 reactions.

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CURLING, C., NEWTON, J. Nuclear Transmutations of Carbon-13. Nature 165, 609–610 (1950).

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