Signaling in high-performance memory systems by Poulton J.

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It includes only the nuclear part of the matrix elements of the potential. 6) is also valid for Fmnα = Amn fnα (R). 9) one obtains the following expression for fission amplitude: Fmα (θ, ϕ) = Σn Amn fnα (θ, ϕ) . 10) The fission differential cross section for a parent nucleus in state, m, to a 2 is given by daughter pair in state, n, with asymptotic kinetic energy knα 2 Amn fnα (θ, ϕ) . 11) n In case, there is only one single dominant channel n, one may consider only one term in the summation and hence, the fission probability from a parent in state m to a daughter pair in state, n, is given by 2 |Amn fnα (θ, ϕ)| .

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