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Neutron Physics for Nuclear Reactors Unpublished Writings by Enrico Fermi

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Neutron Physics for Nuclear Reactors Unpublished Writings written by Enrico Fermi .
In the present book we reproduce, for the first time, the French notes of the Fermi's lectures on neutron physics and, in the second part, the complete set of the 154 patents authored (or co-authored) by Fermi. All these documents do not appear in the Fermi's Collected Papers published in the 1960s [Fermi (1962)].
For the French notes, we have used the only available document (to the best of our knowledge) reporting them, i.e. the copy belonged to James Chadwick and now kept at the Churchill Archive Centre in Cambridge (U.K.). In particular, such a copy (dated June 23, 1947) is conserved in the folder CHAD I 4/1 of the Papers of Sir James Chadwick at the archive mentioned.
The major effort we have made to carefully check and type all equations and tables was motivated by our desire to facilitate the reading of Fermi's unpublished papers as much as possible. However, we have tried to keep as much as possible the original editing, this holding, in particular, for sectioning and equations (especially in Part 2, however, for a better understanding we have introduced some punctuation marks). Additions or modi¯cations are properly pointed out throughout the text; in particular, explicative nonoriginal footnotes are marked with the symbol @. The ¯gures present in the ¯rst part (lecture notes) have been redrawn electronically for a better display, without the use of photographic or scanning devices but are otherwise true in form to the original drawing. Figures appearing in the patents, instead, have been elaborated directly on the originals, in order not to lose important though tiny details. In both cases, the numbering of ¯gures is different from that present in the original documents: here we have numbered them according to the sections where they are present, thus keeping traces of their relative position. Tables have been reproduced, again, as close as possible to the originals but, for editorial reasons, especially for Part 2 their position is not always the original one, the same being true for ¯gures (in the original patents, all the ¯gures are placed at the beginning of the patent itself). In few cases, whenever required by pagination, very long tables have been broken into two or more parts. For units, we have adopted the common modern notation instead of that present in the original documents (for example, \g" rather than \gr" for gram, \s" rather than \sec" for second, etc.).

Book Detail :-
Title: Introductory Nuclear Physics
Author(s): Enrico Fermi
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Year: 2010
Pages: 702
Type: PDF
Language: English
ISBN: 9814291226,9789814291224
Country: US
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About Author :-
The author Enrico Fermi Editors are S Esposito, O Pisanti, Università di Napoli “Federico II” & INFN Sezione di Napoli, Italy.

Book Contents :-
Neutron Physics for Nuclear Reactors Unpublished Writings written by Enrico Fermi cover the following topics. '
1. Sources of Neutrons
2. The Isotopic Chart: Nuclear Masses and Energies
3. The Scattering of Neutrons (Part 1)
4. Resonance: Models of the Nucleus
5. The Scattering of Neutrons (Part 2)
6. Slow Neutrons as Waves
7. The Slowing Down of Neutrons
8. The Age Equation
9. Thermal Neutron Distributions
10. The Re°ection of Neutrons
11. The Stability of Nuclei
12. Nuclear Fission
13. The Possibility of a Chain Reaction
14. The Heterogeneous Pile

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