Introduction to Nuclear Reactions

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Oxford University Press, 1990 - Nuclear reactions. - 318 pages
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This thoroughly revised new edition of Satchler's well-known graduate textbook meets the needs of students and nonspecialists interested in understanding the phenomena of nuclear reactions. Attention is drawn to recent developments, such as the use of relativistic heavy-ion reactions to study quark-gluon plasmas, and the references have been updated.

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G.R. Satchler, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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