By A. Rytz, B. Grennberg, D. J. Gorman (auth.), J. H. Sanders, A. H. Wapstra (eds.)
The convention on Nuclear lots and their selection which was once held on the Max Planck I nstitute in Mainz from 10 to twelve July 1956 ended in the formation by means of the overseas Union of natural and utilized Physics of a fee on Atomic plenty and similar Constants. lower than the auspices of this fee meetings overlaying those matters have been held in Hamilton, Ontario (12-16 September, 1960), in Vienna (15-19 July 1963) and in Winnipeg (28 August-1 September 1967). After the final of those meetings the fee felt that the location concerning nuclear plenty was once quite sturdy and that to that end the basic constants should still get extra emphasis in destiny meetings. hence they have been very happy to simply accept a proposal from the nationwide actual Laboratory to simply accept the most burden of organizing the Fourth foreign convention on Atomic lots and primary Constants. An Organizing Committee was once appointed with the individuals: J. H. Sanders, Chairman B. W. Petley, Secretary A. Horsfield, Treasurer P. Dean A. H. Wapstra. They have been assisted by way of a application Committee such as: A. H. Wapstra, Chairman E. R. Cohen A. Horsfield W. H. Johnson, Jr. J. H. Sanders J. Terrien.
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1 ± 1. 0 ± 1. 9 of level separations h b See text Ref. . c See text Ref. . See text Ref. . R. F. Berg and F. Kashy, Nucl. Instr. Methods, 39, 169 (1966). R. C. Greenwood, Phys. Letters, 23, 482 (1966). R. E. Cote, quoted in text Ref. -:- g See text Ref. . 8 MeV excitation from 10B(d, p)l1B, 9Be(3He , p)l1B and 13 C (d, a)l1B. y-ray measurements have been carried out recently by Alburger and Wilkinson . 8 MeV measured  at Notre Dame with the reactions shown in the table. The uncertainty is that of the particle energy measurements, not the y-ray comparisons.
5. 46 mm. One measurement of the line shapes along the focal surface of the third analyzer magnet for various values of WI (again with w2 removed) is shown in Fig. 6. Note that the intensity is essentially proportional to WI. 1 mm. Thus there is great value in dispersion matching. 9 mm. 15 mm normal to the optic axis) is due mainly to the source. 4 mm, in good agreement with the above value. This again emphasizes the importance of the ENERGY DETERMINATIONS IN MEDIUM AND ilEAVY NUCLEI 41 contribution of the source to resolution.
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Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants held at Teddington England September 1971 by A. Rytz, B. Grennberg, D. J. Gorman (auth.), J. H. Sanders, A. H. Wapstra (eds.)