Anomalons and statistics
Lyons, L.; Gibaut, D.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Anomalons at intermediate relativistic energies
On the mathematical nature of anomalons
Are anomalons still provocative? : a summary of the present experimental situation
Charge fragmentation in cosmic radiation - and the question of physical anomalons
Dutta, A.; Batra, V.; Biswas, S. et al.
Search for anomalons produced in nuclear emulsion by 1.88A GeV 40Ar ions
A A El-Sourogy; A El-Hamalawy; M S El-Nagdy et al.
Search for Anomalons in Projectile Fragments of Ar40 Using Plastic Nuclear Track Detectors
Heinrich, W.; Drechsel, H.; Trakowski, W. et al.
A search for anomalons using plastic nuclear track detectors
Search for Short-Lived Anomalons in Projectile Fragmentation
Gustafsson, H. A.; Gutbrod, H. H.; Kolb, B. et al.
The application of vector diffraction to the scalar anomalons diffraction approximation of van de mulst
Mahood, Robert W.
Evidence against "Anomalon" Production in High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions
Stevenson, J. D.; Musser, J. A.; Barwick, S. W.
Z Dependence of Strongly Interacting Relativistic Nuclear Fragments
Gregor, Malcolm H.
Search for anomalous fragments in 1.8A-GeV Ar40 reactions in nuclear emulsions
Bhanja, R.; Joseph, R.; Tuli, S. K. et al.
Search for Nonintegrally Charged Projectile Fragments in Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
Price, P. B.; Tincknell, M. L.; TarlÃ©, G. et al.
Investigation of the mean free path of projectile fragments produced in16OâEm collision at 60 A GeV
Interaction mean free path of He projectile fragments from 16O-EM collision at 60 A GeV
Charge-Changing Reactions of Secondary Fragments Produced in High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions
Symons, T. J. M.; Baumgartner, M.; Dufour, J. P. et al.
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