The grain density and the process of track formation in nuclear emulsions View Full Text


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DATE

1954-07

AUTHORS

M. Della Corte

ABSTRACT

After some considerations on the gap-length distribution, we suggest a method by which the probability that a grain be rendered developable can be obtained experimentally. Following our scheme on the process of track formation, we also indicate how it is possible to take into account the dip of the track. An example of application of our method to the mass identification of particles is given. More... »

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28-36

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