cnv, cne - Return the velocity and kinetic energy of the compound nucleus
#include <kinem.h>
double cnv(int ap, int at, double elab);
double cne(int ap, int at, double elab);
double cnv_r(int ap, int at, double elab);
double cne_r(int ap, int at, double elab);
Link with -lnuclib.
The cnv() function returns the velocity of the compound nucleus calculated in non-relativistic kinematics. Likewise, the cne() function returns the kinetic energy. Functions cnv_r() and cne_r() calculate the same quantities in relativistic kinematics.
ap at |
Atomic numbers of projectile and target | ||
elab |
Kinetic energy of projectile in laboratory system in MeV |
The function cnv()/cnv_r() returns the value described in units of c (the velocity of light in vacuum), cne()/cne_r() returns the value described in units of MeV.
This manual page was written by Ricardo Yanez.
Report bugs to <ricardo.yanez@calel.org>.
Copyright © 2004-2017 Ricardo Yanez.
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com(3), proj(3), kinem(3)