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Titulos:
Cosmic rays / L. Janossy
Idiomas:
eng
Lugar de Edición:
London:
Editor:
Oxford,
Fecha de Edición:
1948
Notas Formateada:
I.Historical introduction: A.Discovery of cosmic radiation B.The penetrating power of cosmic ray C.Nature of cosmic ray D.Cosmic-ray particles E.Geomagnetic effects F.Origin of the meson G.Extensive air showers II.Experimental technique: A.The ionization chamber B.Geiger-Müller counters C.The could chamber D.Proportional counters E.Photographic plated method III.Theory of last collisions: A.Introduction B.Sumary of the theory of relativity C.Applications of conservation law to collisions D.Fast collisions E. Meson theory F.Summary of theoretical expressions G.Absorption funtions IV.Nature of cosmic rays at sea-level and under ground: A.Ionizing cosmic-ray particles B.Non-ionizing components C.Cosmic rays under ground D.Momentum spectrum V.The instability of the meson: A. Mathematical relations B.Experimental VI.Soft component: A.Cascade theory B.Experimental investigation of the soft component C.Interpretation of the soft component in terms of electrons and photons VII.Geomagnetic effects: A. Theory of the motion of charged particles in the field of magnetic dipole B.Observation of the geomagnetic effects C.Interpretation of the observational data VIII.Extensive air showers: A.Theory of large cascades in air B.Experimental observation of extensive air showers C.Interpretation of the observations IX.Origin of the meson component: A.Experimental evidence B.The theory of the meson production Appendix I.Statistical treatment of observations Appendix II.Auxiliary tables for cascade computations
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0 ^aI.Historical introduction: A.Discovery of cosmic radiation B.The penetrating power of cosmic ray C.Nature of cosmic ray D.Cosmic-ray particles E.Geomagnetic effects F.Origin of the meson G.Extensive air showers II.Experimental technique: A.The ionization chamber B.Geiger-Müller counters C.The could chamber D.Proportional counters E.Photographic plated method III.Theory of last collisions: A.Introduction B.Sumary of the theory of relativity C.Applications of conservation law to collisions D.Fast collisions E. Meson theory F.Summary of theoretical expressions G.Absorption funtions IV.Nature of cosmic rays at sea-level and under ground: A.Ionizing cosmic-ray particles B.Non-ionizing components C.Cosmic rays under ground D.Momentum spectrum V.The instability of the meson: A. Mathematical relations B.Experimental VI.Soft component: A.Cascade theory B.Experimental investigation of the soft component C.Interpretation of the soft component in terms of electrons and photons VII.Geomagnetic effects: A. Theory of the motion of charged particles in the field of magnetic dipole B.Observation of the geomagnetic effects C.Interpretation of the observational data VIII.Extensive air showers: A.Theory of large cascades in air B.Experimental observation of extensive air showers C.Interpretation of the observations IX.Origin of the meson component: A.Experimental evidence B.The theory of the meson production Appendix I.Statistical treatment of observations Appendix II.Auxiliary tables for cascade computations
Proveniencia:
^aInstituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA) - Biblioteca
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