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Nuclear particle decay in a multi-MeV beam ejected by pulsed-laser impact on ultra-dense hydrogen H(0)

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Leif Holmlid
Publicerad i International Journal of Modern Physics E
Volym 24
Nummer/häfte 11
Sidor 1550080
ISSN 0218-3013
Publiceringsår 2015
Publicerad vid Institutionen för kemi och molekylärbiologi
Sidor 1550080
Språk en
Länkar dx.doi.org/10.1142/S021830131550080...
Ämnesord Ultra-dense deuterium, mesons, laser-induced processes
Ämneskategorier Elementarpartikelfysik, Kärnfysik

Sammanfattning

The multi-MeV particles ejected from pulsed laser-induced processes in ultra-dense hydrogen H(0) are observed in vacuum at three different distances up to 2m from the laser target. In previous publications, massive neutral particles with energy of 1–30MeVu−1 were identified. Direct energy spectra of the particles show energies well above 1MeV. The particles studied here interact with metallic collectors and give signals due to several processes like secondary electron emission and lepton pair production (published). Two experimental facts are immediate: (1) the signal per sr at large distance is up to 10 times higher than at short distance, (2) the signal at large distance is faster in real time than at short distance. These results show directly that the signal at long distance is mainly due to a mixture of intermediate particles formed by decay in the beam. The decaying signals have time constants of approximately 12 and 26 ns for ultra-dense deuterium D(0) and 52 ns for ultra-dense protium p(0). These decay time constants agree well with those for decay of light mesons. These particles with narrow MeV energy distributions are formed by stepwise decay from particles like HN(0). The main result is that a decaying particle flux is formed by the laser-induced processes. The final muons produced may be useful for muon catalyzed fusion.

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