Cary Davids is a nuclear physicist working in the Physics Division of the Argonne National Laboratory. Dr. Davids is famed for his role in developing the Fragment Mass Analyzer (FMA), a superb seperator facility at Argonne and his reasearch about proton emitters. In this talk delivered at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, California on April 4, 2001, Dr. Davids discusses some advanced topics in the study of proton emission. Dr. Davids may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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