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alpha decay High-energy (i.e., in the million-electron-volt range) radioactive decay products caused by the emission of alpha particles, which themselves are products of a disintegrating nucleus.
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(AARI), when twenty-four-hour measurements of [sup.239]Pu alpha-decay
with a counter without collimator were carried out continuously during several days in a North Pole expedition on the "Akademik Fedorov" research vessel.
3.1 High probability of similarity of histograms computed by results of simultaneous measurements of light and alpha-decay
6-8, when histograms constructed by measurements of a light beam fluctuations  or fluctuations of [sup.239]Pu alpha-decay
intensities  are compared, a distinct palindrome effect can be observed.
Experimental investigation of spinning massive body influence on fine structure of distribution functions of alpha-decay