## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 62N. Zanichelli, 1976 - Nuclear physics |

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“U fission induced by

fragments plotted vs. the fragment mass number. Errors are of the order of 10% (

results from ref. [10]). It comes out that T shows a remarkable regularity. The

average ...

“U fission induced by

**thermal**neutrons. Initial average temperature T offragments plotted vs. the fragment mass number. Errors are of the order of 10% (

results from ref. [10]). It comes out that T shows a remarkable regularity. The

average ...

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The variation of the sum a, + a, with Z is small, so that we do not enter an

accurate evaluation of the terms a. The values of ho have been taken as ho-41A".

The results presented refer to ***U fission induced by

are ...

The variation of the sum a, + a, with Z is small, so that we do not enter an

accurate evaluation of the terms a. The values of ho have been taken as ho-41A".

The results presented refer to ***U fission induced by

**thermal**neutrons, as theyare ...

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6. — Typical p(Z) distribution as calculated from formula (24). The Gaussianlike

distribution refers to the pair A1 = 92, A, - 144 in *U

fission. The probability p(Z) is given in relative units vs. the light-fragment Zi value

.

6. — Typical p(Z) distribution as calculated from formula (24). The Gaussianlike

distribution refers to the pair A1 = 92, A, - 144 in *U

**thermal**-neutron-inducedfission. The probability p(Z) is given in relative units vs. the light-fragment Zi value

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

B BUCK Nuclearstructure information from severalnucleon | 29 |

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