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On Time Resonances (Explosions) in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions

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The review of the results of time analysis at the range of high-energy nuclear collisions (with the bombarding-particle energies near 0.1 - 10 GeV/nucleon) is presented. It was shown that the formation of time resonances (explosions) in the decays of compound nuclei or final clots at the range of dense strongly overlapped energy resonances was possible. These time resonances rather well explain a lot of the experimental data.

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Olkhovsky, V. (2014) On Time Resonances (Explosions) in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-12. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1100886.

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