Christoph Schmelzer

1969-1979 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
Atomic physics
"Christoph Schmelzer"

(1908 - 2001)

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Max Carl Werner Wien grad student 1936 Universität Jena
 (Absolutmessung dielektrischer Verluste bei hohen Frequenzen mit dem Kondensator-Thermometer)
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Franzke B, Schmelzer C. (1985) U+U collisions near the coulomb barrier by crossing two co-circulating beams Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science. 32: 2678-2680
Franzke B, Schmelzer C. (1985) U plus U COLLISIONS NEAR THE COULOMB BARRIER BY CROSSING TWO CO-CIRCULATING BEAMS Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science
Krumme JP, Bartels I, Strocka B, et al. (1977) Pinning of 180° bloch walls at etched nuclear tracks in LPE-grown iron garnet films Journal of Applied Physics. 48: 5191-5196
Angert N, Schmelzer C. (1977) Unilac, the accelerator facility for heavy ions of the GSI Kerntechnik Und Atompraxis. 19: 57-66
Franzke B, Angert N, Schmelzer C. (1972) Charge exchange of fast iodine ions in a dense jet of carbon dioxide Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science. 19: 266-271
Angert N, Franzke B, Grundinger U, et al. (1972) Charge-change cross sections of highly charged 5 - 50 mev iodine ions Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science. 19: 263-265
Flerov GN, Schmelzer C, Septier A, et al. (1972) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIPLY-CHARGED HEAVY ION SOURCES AND ACCELERATING SYSTEMS OCT 25-28 1971 Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science. 1-320
Leutz H, Wenninger H, Klamann H, et al. (1971) Laser beams as fiducial lines in bubble chambers Nuclear Instruments and Methods. 91: 5-11
Schmelzer C. (1969) Linear accelerators for heavy ions Ieee Transactions On Nuclear Science. 16: 788-790
Hänsch T, Keil R, Schabert A, et al. (1969) Interaction of laser light waves by dynamic stark splitting Zeitschrift FüR Physik. 226: 293-296
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