Intermediate Structure in Nuclear Reactions

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Hugh P. Kennedy, Rudolph Schrils
University Press of Kentucky, Jan 13, 2015 - Science - 232 pages

The Lecture series on Intermediate Structure in Nuclear Reactions was held in June 1966 at the University of Kentucky. Four lecturers had been invited to present series of three lectures each. Four lecturers had been invited to present series of three lectures each. Unfortunately, Dr. James E. Young was unable to attend the series. He did, however, submit a manuscript and we are fortunate to be able to have his approach represented in this volume. The three lecturers who did attend, Drs. R. H. Lemmer, L. Rodberg, and A. Lande, gave one lecture on each of the three days. The sessions were distributed through the day to allow ample time for discussion. The fact that the conference was small helped to stimulate exchanges between both lecturers and auditors. Some of the discussion sessions were nearly as long as the lectures which they followed.

 

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Contents

An Outline of Nuclear Reaction Formalism
3
Intermediate Resonances and Doorway States
19
Applications
46
Development of the Formalism
65
Introduction of a Model Hamiltonian
85
Conclusion and General Remarks
103
I Introduction
123
II ManyBody Theory
130
III Intermediate Structure in d p and p p Isobaric Analogs
143
IV A Shell Model Reaction Theory of Intermediate Structure in p p
164
V Conclusions
184
A Statistical Model of Intermediate Structure
191
Vibrations Doorways and Intermediate Structure
205
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Richard H. Lemmer, Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Leonard S. Rodberg, Department of Physics, University of Maryland

James E. Young, Theoretical Physics Division, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

J. J. Griffin, Department of Physics, University of Maryland

Alexander Lande, Department of Physics, Princeton University

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