PAC without hyperfine interaction

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    Robin Vrielynck

    a) Because of the use of intermediate states with short life-time, it is logic that this result in a decrease in counts if the time difference decreases. But for me, it is unclear why this decrease is shaped by an exponential function

    b) In detector 3, there will be more gamma2-radiation detected, because detector 3 is aligned with the direction of the biggest probability to emit radiation (because the detector is placed along the nuclear spin).

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