Package org.jscience.physics.nuclear.kinematics.nuclear

Classes for calculating low energy relativistic kinematics and stopping in materials.

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Class Summary
Absorber An abstraction of a thickness of material acting as a stopper of energetic ions.
Beam DOCUMENT ME!
Boost This class handles general boosts from one lorentz frame to another.
EnergyLoss DOCUMENT ME!
FocalPlanePlot This class will execute a process to simulate the focal plane detector.
GasAbsorber Implementation of Absorber for gasses.
MassExcessTable Class for storing binding energies.
NuclearCollision Given experimental parameters beam energy, beam, target, projectile, can give useful quantities via it's getter methods.
NuclearParticle DOCUMENT ME!
Nucleus Class representing atomic nuclei for the purposes of kinematics calculations.
PIDsimulation This class will execute a process to simulate the focal plane detector.
RutherfordScattering Class for calculating rutherford scattering cross sections in barns.
SolidAbsorber Implementation of Absorber for a solid.
TableText DOCUMENT ME!
TUNL_PID This class will execute a process to simulate the focal plane detector.
 

Exception Summary
KinematicsException Thrown in kinematically disallowed situations.
NuclearException Thrown in the org.jscience.physics.nuclear.kinematics.nuclear package.
 

Package org.jscience.physics.nuclear.kinematics.nuclear Description

Classes for calculating low energy relativistic kinematics and stopping in materials.

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