Relativistic Density Functional For Nuclear Structure

Relativistic Density Functional For Nuclear Structure

by Jie Meng (Editor)

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Relativistic Density Functional For Nuclear Structure by Jie Meng

This book aims to provide a detailed introduction to the state-of-the-art covariant density functional theory, which follows the Lorentz invariance from the very beginning and is able to describe nuclear many-body quantum systems microscopically and self-consistently. Covariant density functional theory was introduced in nuclear physics in the 1970s and has since been developed and used to describe the diversity of nuclear properties and phenomena with great success.In order to provide an advanced and updated textbook of covariant density functional theory for graduate students and nuclear physics researchers, this book summarizes the enormous amount of material that has accumulated in the field of covariant density functional theory over the last few decades as well as the latest developments in this area. Moreover, the book contains enough details for readers to follow the formalism and theoretical results, and provides exhaustive references to explore the research literature.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789814733250
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/15/2016
Series: International Review Of Nuclear Physics Series , #10
Pages: 716
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Preface v

1 Concept of covariant density functional theory P. Ring 1

2 Relativistic mean-field theory J. Meng P. Ring P. W. Zhao 21

3 Relativistic mean field description of exotic nuclei J. Meng P. Ring P. W. Zhao S. G. Zhou 83

4 Relativistic Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov theory: ground states and excitations W. H. Long J. Meng N. Van Giai 143

5 Superheavy nuclei and fission barriers B. N. Lu J. Zhao E. G. Zhao S. G. Zhou 171

6 Relativistic symmetries in nuclear single-particle spectra J. Y. Guo H. Z. Liang J. Meng S.-G. Zhou 219

7 Structure of hypernuclei in relativistic approaches K. Hagino J. M. Yao 263

8 Rotating nuclei: from ground state to the extremes of spin and deformation A. V. Afanasjev 305

9 Novel rotational excitations J. Meng S. Q. Zhang P. W. Zhao 355

10 Small amplitude motion N. Paar Y. Niu 413

11 Nuclear shell structure and response with quasiparticle-vibration coupling E. Litvinova P. Ring 469

12 Beyond the relativistic mean-field approximation - collective correlations Z. P. Li T. Niksic D. Vretenar J. M. Yao 517

13 Heavy elements in astrophysical nucleosynthesis B. H. Sun Z. M. Niu 561

14 Relativistic density functional theory for finite nuclei and neutron stars J. Piekarewicz 625

15 Relativistic versus non-relativistic mean field P.-G. Reinhard 659

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