40 leading specialists review the modern developments of nuclear
structure physics.
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Nuclear Structure 1985

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40 leading specialists review the modern developments of nuclear
structure physics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780444598400
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 12/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 17 MB
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Table of Contents

Preface. Single Particle Motion. Some periods in the
history of nuclear physics with particular emphasis on the
compound nucleus (B.R. Mottelson). Nuclear charge and
magnetization densities of single particle states (B. Frois).
Effective masses and the nuclear mean field (C. Mahaux and R.
Sartor). Deep-hole and high-lying particle states in heavy
nuclei (S. Gales). Single particle dynamics (P. Siemens and A.S.
Jensen). Single-particle motion in rapidly rotating nuclei (R.
Bengtsson and H. Frisk). The ''single-particle'' spectrum of
states: Correlated or uncorrelated? (J.D. Garrett). Critical
analysis of the cranking (I. Hamamoto). Collective Motion at
Low Excitation Energy. The low energy nuclear spectrum in terms
of IBM (A. Arima). Microscopic approach to nuclear
anharmonicities (H. Matsuo, Y.R. Shimizu and K. Matsuyanagi).
Large scale nuclear structure studies (A. Faessler). Nuclear
dynamics of zero point fluctuations in ordinary and in gauge
space (R.A. Broglia, F. Barranco and M. Gallardo). Statistics
and the shell model (H. A. Weidenmüller). Transition densities
with electron scattering (J. Heisenberg). ''Static'' octupole
deformation (G. Leander). ''Static'' octupole deformation at
high spin (W. Nazarewicz). Perspectives. Perspectives on
electron scattering (I. Sick). Relativistic heavy ion physics
(O. Hansen). Supernovae and nuclear structure: Electron capture
and the nuclear incompressibility (J. Cooperstein). Collective
Motion at High Angular Momentum. Nuclear shapes studied by
Coulomb excitation (D. Cline). Experimental evidence for shape
changes at high spin (P.J. Twin). Dynamical pairing correlations
in rotating nuclei (Z. Szymanski). High spin properties of some
nuclei around A=160 (F.S. Stephens). Energy correlations for
mixed rotational bands (Th. Dössing). Nuclear structure and
fusion at the barrier (W. Reisdorf). Heavy-ion transfer to high
spin states (C. Lauterbach, P. Butler and H.J. Wollersheim).
Pion production - a probe to coherence in medium energy heavy-ion
collisions (J. Stachel). Giant Resonances. Hadron excitation
of giant resonances (H.P. Morsch). Spin modes (C. Gaarde).
Probing collective modes with electron scattering: The case of
the new magnetic dipole mode in heavy deformed nuclei (A.
Richter). Decay of the isoscalar giant monopole resonance in 208Pb
and 238U (A. van der Woude). Electromagnetic decay of
giant resonances (J.R. Beene et al.). Nuclear structure far
above the Yrast line (J.J. Gaardhøje). Damping of giant
resonances (P.F. Bortignon). Isovector resonances in pion charge
exchange (J.D. Bowman). The EMC effect, has deconfinement been
observed? (G.M. Vagradov). Nuclear Forces. The nuclear force and
the electromagnetic current operator (D.O. Riska). Role of
chiral symmetry in nuclear physics (M. Rho). Quark exchange and
nuclear dynamics (E. Moniz). Nuclear physics on the lattice? (S.
Koonin). Author index. Subject index.
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