By Julian Schwinger, Lester L. Deraad Jr., Kimball A. Milton, Wu-yang Tsai, Joyce Norton
Schwinger could have been a superb physicist, yet his sort is "anti-Feynman". Feynman strives (usually effectively) to get to the (physical) element, Schwinger buries the topic in a morass of formalism, which obscures either the math and the physics (I may still say that i'm a mathematician, so perhaps this e-book is sweet for physicists...).
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The critical populations referred to in Tables 8 and 9 are the minorities, within the exposed populations, whose habits of consumption or working expose them at an exceptional rate; the effect of setting the controls in this way is that in six out of the seven examples in Tables 8 and 9, the size of the critical population is of the order of ten individuals. 23 MONITORING OF ARTIFICIAL RADIOACTIVITY Critical organ is used in the same sense as in the recommendations of ICRP; daily ingestion rates are expressed as average rates over the whole year.
Only two prominent peaks are seen in the y-spectrum of the sample taken early in September 1961, nearly 3 years after a nuclear test series. This may be compared with the spectrum of the sample collected later in that month, which shows a large number of peaks, mainly due to short-lived fission products from the nuclear tests carried out at that time. In order to identify the y-emitting nuclides present we have found it helpful to measure the y-spectra in two energy ranges, namely 0-020-25 MeV and 0-20-20 MeV, and also to employ a well crystal whose counting geometry accentuates any sum peaks present in the spectrum.
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Classical Electrodynamics (The advanced book program) by Julian Schwinger, Lester L. Deraad Jr., Kimball A. Milton, Wu-yang Tsai, Joyce Norton