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gdsandkes
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Oct17-08, 04:34 PM
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Since beta decay emissions are affected strongly by a magnetic field, I am wondering (asking) if there has been any investigation into an oscillating (reversing) magnetic field, applied to a test sample under pressure, inducing a beta decay in a test sample.

TIA, Gordon
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