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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nuclear physics,
  • Physics

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by J.W. Negele, Erich Vogt
SeriesAdvances in Nuclear Physics, 1868-2146 -- 20, Advances in Nuclear Physics -- 20.
ContributionsVogt, Erich
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC770-798
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (500 pages).
Number of Pages500
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27015170M
ISBN 101461399106
ISBN 109781461399100
OCLC/WorldCa840283145

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Although the objectives of Advances in Nuclear Physics have been and will continue to be quite distinct from those of conventional conference proceedings, the articles in this volume are carefully edited and expanded manuscripts based on an outstanding series of lectures delivered at the VI J. A. Swieca Summer School in Brazil. The two comprehensive reviews in this volume address two fundamental problems that have been of long-standing interest and are the focus of current effort in contemporary nuclear physics: exploring experimentally the density distributions of constituents within the nucleus and understand­ ing nuclear structure and interactions in terms Brand: Springer US. The two comprehensive reviews in this volume address two fundamental problems that have been of long-standing interest and are the focus of current effort in contemporary nuclear physics: exploring experimentally the density distributions of constituents within the nucleus and understand­ ing nuclear structure and interactions in terms of hadronic degrees of freedom. Jun 01,  · Advances in Nuclear Physics. The interest in understanding the physical world that we live in, the origin of its formation and evolution, is reflected in the world-wide activities in Europe, the USA and Japan to set up powerful research facilities providing beams of radioactive nuclei of various kinds, and beams of extremely large energies.

This volume concludes the work on the Advances in Nuclear Physics series of one of the editors (M. Baranger), whose judgment and style characterize that which is best in the first ten volumes. Many of our readers and most of our authors will be grateful for the high standards which marked his contributions and which often elicited extra labor from the many authors of the series. The aim of Advances in Nuclear Physics is to provide review papers which chart the field of nuclear physics with some regularity and completeness. We define the field of nuclear physics as that which deals with the structure and behavior of atomic nuclei. Although many good books and reviews on nuclear physics are available. The aim of Advances in Nuclear Physics is to provide review papers which chart the field of nuclear physics with some regularity and completeness. We define the field of nuclear physics as that which deals with the structure and behavior of atomic nuclei. Advanced Nuclear Physics by E.S. Paul File Type: PDF Number of Pages: Description This note describes the following topics: Nucleon-Nucleon Force, Nuclear Behaviour, Forms of Mean Potential, Nuclear Deformation, Hybrid Models, Nuclear Excitations, Rotating Systems, Nuclei at Extremes of Spin, Nuclei at Extremes of Isospin, Mesoscopic Systems, Nuclear Reactions and Nuclear Astrophysics.