By H Schenk; International Union of Crystallography

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Like the flux, it has dimensions of [(areaxtime)-l]. 3) and Nb = nb . 10) Hence the luminosity is the product of the number of incoming beam particles per unit time Na, the target particle density in the scattering material nb , and the target's thickness dj or the beam particle density n a , their velocity Va and the number of target particles Nb exposed to the beam. There is an analogous equation for the case of two particle beams colliding in a storage ring. Assume that j particle packets, each of Na or Nb particles, have been injected into a ring of circumference U.

Odd-odd nuclei always have at least one more strongly bound, even-even neighbour nucleus in the isobaric spectrum. They are therefore unstable. 1 29 Fig. 3. Mass parabolas of the A = 106-isobars (from [Se77]). Possible ß-decays are indicated by arrows. The abscissa coordinate is the charge number Z. The zero point of the mass scale was chosen arbitrarily. • ß-unstable o stable 8 ß-Decay A=106 5 4 3 2 43 Tc 44 Ru 45 Rh 46 Pd 47 Ag 48 Cd 49 In only exceptions to this rule are the very light nuclei iH, ~Li, 19B and 1iN, which are stable to ß-decay, since the increase in the asymmetry energy would exceed the decrease in pairing energy.

12) FormaIly, isospin is treated as a quantum mechanical angular momentum. For example, a proton-neutron pair can be in astate of total isospin 1 or O. - - - 1, :; ; . , 1- -- - 5 {/ - - - 2+ = 3+ = 0. _,'- - -0+ 0+-+--- " o _ _ _ 1+ Fig. 6. Low-lying energy levels of the three most stable A = 14 isobars. Angular moment um J and parity P are shown for the most important levels. The analogous states of the three nuclei are joined by dashed lines. The zero of the energy scale is set to the ground state of liN 7 .

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