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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

Walter Greiner , Marin Ivascu , Dorin N. Poenaru , Aaurel Sandulescu

ABSTRACT

Induced fission (Ha 39, Me 39) and spontaneous fission (Pe40) were discovered long after α-particle decay (Be 96, Ru 08) of the nucleus. One of the first successes of quantum mechanics was the explanation of α-particle tunneling through the Coulomb barrier (Ga 28, Co 28, Co 29). Details about the historical development of other kinds of radioactivities are given elsewhere (Po 84b). Advances in the study of many nuclear- decay modes, especially in the region far from β stability, were reviewed recently by Hamilton et al. (Ha 85). More... »

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641-722

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-0713-6_8

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