FUSION06: reaction mechanisms and nuclear structure at the Coulomb barrier ; San Servolo, Venezia (Italy), 19-23 March 2006
American Institute of Physics, 2006 - Science - 510 pages
This conference focused on the most recent experimental and theoretical advances in the field of heavy ion reactions at the Coulomb barrier, including specific aspects of the interplay between mechanism and nuclear structure explored in binary reactions. The material presented is important for nuclear physicists, accelerator oriented nuclear instrumentation and computing of many-body systems.
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Low Energy Heavy Ion Nuclear Physics
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