Nuclear Structure and Heavy-Ion Reaction Dynamics, 1990: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Interface Between Nuclear Structure and Heavy-Ion Reaction Dynamics Held at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, U. S. A., 24-26 May 1990
These proceedings focus on heavy ion interactions in which the interplay of nuclear structure effects and reaction dynamics is important. It covers areas such as heavy ion fusion, Coulomb excitation and transfer reactions, damped heavy-ion collisions, nuclear structure effects in compound nucleus formation and decay and nuclear structure effects in breakup and fragmentation reactions.
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