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Simultaneous Utilization of Magnetic Deflection and Coulomb Scattering in the Estimate of Particle Momenta
1.A pulsed magnet equipment designed for nuclear emulsion exposures under a field of about 200 000 gauss has been constructed in this laboratory.
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6.See, e.g., H. Cramer, Mathematical Methods of Statistics (Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1946), p. 386.
7.When and Eq. () may have multiple roots. In this case the momentum estimate is inherently uncertain and is preferred to q̂.
8.In G‐5 nuclear emulsions, the spurious error is observed to be insensitive to the variation of cell length in the range of h from 200μ to 3000μ. F. W. Fischer, M.S. thesis, University of Washington 1956.
9.G has a slow dependence on h. This effect, however, is not included in the present investigation.
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