The Meijer’s G-functions Convenient for Describing β & γ-decays
The purpose of this paper is to show that the Meijer’s G-functions, as a very general complex functions which include all elementary, and most of the special functions, can describe some phenomena in nuclear physics. In fact, some interesting properties of Meijer’s G-functions triggered us to apply these functions in the processes βand γ-decay. The role of these functions is as “wave function” for parent and daughter nuclei
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