One of the most striking discoveries in heavy-ion induced reactions was the observation by Braun-Munzinger et al.  of anomalously large yields at backward angles in heavy-ion elastic and inelastic scattering.
ABSTRACT — Preliminary data using the cathode induced charge method to study the self-quenching streamer (SQS) mode are reported. Very strong and reliable anisotropy has been detected. Several characteristics of these streamers are considered from the point of view of the physics of long sparks.
ABSTRACT —It is shown how RBS/Channeling, SEM and LAMMA techniques can be combined in the surface characterization and analysis of scandium single crystals for channeling experiments. Scandium oxide layers and iron rich particles have been identified and conclusions about the solid solubility of iron in scandium are given.
ABSTRACT — The Kβ /Kα X-ray intensity ratios were measured in some pure elements belonging to the 3d shell as well as in their compounds, to look for the influence of the chemical environment on the fluorescence yield ratios.
ABSTRACT — The paper reports and discusses measurements on the Rayleigh scattering of He-Ne radiation (632.8nm), at room temperature, by phytol and phytyl acetate, as well as by several organic solvents.
ABSTRACT — Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) provides a useful tool not only as a probe of local structure and short range order in glasses but also of magnetic interactions in the glasses containing suitable magnetic ions.
ABSTRACT — This paper describes a primary electron collision ion (Nier) source for producing an 02+ molecular beam, which is used in experiments to study harpooning transitions in the interaction of 02+, with a Ag (111) surface.