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A statistical bond-percolation model for the fragmentation has been applied to the proton-induced reactions assuming a lattice structure to the prefragment nucleus and using the Monte Carlo technique to determine the bond to be broken. The model succeeded to reproduce the essential features of...
The collective motion of nucleons from high-energy heavy-ion collisions is analyzed within a relativistic two-fluid model for different equations of state (EoS). As function of beam energy the theoretical slope parameter F
of the differential directed flow is in good agreement with...
An empirical relation is established between Barrett equivalent radii R
and rms charge radii < r
2 >1/2 based on the results of model-independent and Fermi model analyses of 2p → 1s transitions in muonic atoms. This relation follows simple Z dependence, and can be usefully applied to derive...
It has been assumed that neutrinos with non-vanishing rest mass contribute the gravitational field of our Galaxy. This contribution can be studied empirically from the orbiting velocities of galactic objects. In this way hints for the neutrino rest mass can be obtained from the rotation curve of...
The present work pertains to the production of some very important negatively charged secondaries in lead-lead and gold-gold collision at AGS, SPS and RHIC energies. We would like to examine here the role of the particular version of Sequential Chain Model (SCM), which was applied widely in the...
The characteristics of the nucleus-nucleus collisions at high energy for the interactions of 1H, 4He, 12C, 16O, 22Ne, 28Si and 32S with emulsion at momentum (4.1 – 4.5) AGeV/c have been investigated. It has been found that the multiplicity distributions of the different emitted particles and...
The quantum mechanical measuring process is analyzed from the standpoint of information theory. We determined the remaining uncertainty in the successive measurements of two discrete noncommuting observables and found its lower bound. Using this lower bound, a new simple form of uncertainty...
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