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Hadron Production by electron-Positron Annihilation at 5-GeV Center-Of-Mass Energy

Tarnopolsky, G.; Eshelman, J.; Law, M E; Leong, J.; Newman, H.; Little, R; Strauch, K.; Wilson, R. (1974)
Publisher: Phys.Rev.Lett. 32 (1974) 432-435
CEA, BOLD NON-MAGNETIC DETECTOR. CROSS SECTION FOR ANNIHILATION INTO THREE OR MORE HADRONS, WITH AT LEAST TWO CHARGED PARTICLES IN THE FINAL STATE. 105 +- 11 EVENTS (BEAM-GAS SCATTERING BACKGROUND IS SUBTRACTED). EVENT DETECTION EFFICIENCY IS 45 +- 11 PCT.

Influence of the wall on the dynamic behavior of homogeneous tubular reactors with a highly exothermic reaction

Eigenberger, Gerhart (1974)
Publisher: Universität Stuttgart
Embargo end date: 2016/03/31
The influence of the tube wall on the behavior of tubular reactors with a highly exothermic reaction was studied. The effect of heat accumulation in the wall has a considerable influence upon the transient behavior of the reactor. Because of this influence excess temperatures can occur if the feed temperature is lowered or the flow velocity is raised. For a gas phase reaction the transient behavior is determined almost completely by the heat capacity of the wall. An example of multiple steady...

Social Mobility in Britain, 1949

Glass, D.V. and Thomas, G. (1974)
Publisher: Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive

Invariant effects in backward emission of p, d, t by nuclei bombarded by 0.7-GeV to 6-GeV elementary particles

PAPER IS A COMPILATION OF PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED WORKS, IN PARTICULAR, DATA PRESENTED HERE WERE OBTAINED IN PIONEER WORK (BAYUKOV 66-67). ALL DATA READ FROM GRAPH BY I.A.KLUMOV.

Relative Deprivation and Social Justice

Runciman, Walter G. (1974)
Publisher: GESIS Data Archive
Die Bedeutung der Bezugsgruppe für gesellschaftspolitische Einstellungen und Erwartungen an den Lebensstandard. Themen: Einschätzung der Entwicklung des eigenen Lebensstandards im Zeitvergleich; Wahrnehmung des Lebensstandards anderer Gruppen oder Klassen und Beurteilung der Berechtigung von Unterschieden; Einstellung zum Wohlfahrtsstaat und Zufriedenheit mit der öffentlichen Versorgung; Einstellung zur Arbeitslosenunterstützung und zur Krankenversicherung; Karrierechancen und Zufriedenheit m...

Discovery of a Narrow Resonance in e+ e- Annihilation

SLAC-SPEAR, SLAC-LBL COLLABORATION MAGNETIC DETECTOR. FIRST OBSERVATION OF J/PSI(3100)0 NARROW RESONANCE IN E+ E- ANNIHILATION. FULLER RESULTS ARE IN A. M. BOYARSKI ET AL., PRL 34, 1357 (1975).

High-Energy Single-Arm Inelastic e - p and e - d Scattering at 6-Degrees and 10-Degrees

THESE DATA ARE FROM EXPERIMENT E49A AT SLAC. THE RANGES OF VARIABLES ARE ELAB 4.5 TO 19.5 GEV THETA LAB 6,10 DEGREES W 1 TO 5.7 GEV Q2 0.35 TO 7.6 GEV**2 X 0.06 TO 0.6. ONLY DATA ON STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS IN THIS RECORD. THESE DATA ARE FROM EXPERIMENT E49A AT SLAC. THE RANGES OF VARIABLES ARE ELAB 4.5 TO 19.5 GEV THETA LAB 6,10 DEGREES W 1 TO 5.7 GEV Q2 0.35 TO 7.6 GEV**2 X 0.06 TO 0.6. ONLY DATA ON STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS IN THIS RECORD. THESE DATA ARE FROM EXPERIMENT E49A AT SLAC. THE RANGES...