Frontiers in Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics and Reactions: Finustar
S. V. Harissopulos, P. Demetriou, R. Julin
American Inst. of Physics, May 2, 2006 - Science - 588 pages
This book aims to cover a wide spectrum of research activities, both theoretical and experimental, in nuclear structure, nuclear astrophysics and nuclear reactions. Topics included are: nuclear structure under extreme conditions; collective phenomena and phase transitions; ground-state properties and synthesis of the heaviest elements; advances in mean field theories; modern shell model; cluster models and molecular dynamics; achievements in weak-interaction processes; nucleon scattering and more.
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