Heavy Ion Collisions from Nuclear to Quark Matter: Proceedings of the International School of Nuclear Physics, Erice, 17-25 September, 1998
Elsevier, 1999 - Science - 371 pages
Hardbound. The proceedings of this workshop focus on recent developments in and research on heavy ion collisions. Furthermore it covers the physics which can be carried out by radioactive beams and with heavy ion storage rings. It contains review articles which examine in depth the latest research results and presents a state-of-art view of this fast exanding field. All the chapters are written by leading experts active in the field today.
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Spectroscopy of Exotic Nuclei with MultiNucleon Transfer Reactions
FragmentNeutron Correlations in Peripheral Fragmentation of Halo
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AGeV antikaon approximation Au+Au baryon beam energy binding energies calculations central charmonium chiral condensate contribution correlation functions cross section cross-section decay deconfined dependence detector dilepton Drell-Yan dynamics effects electron emission energy density equation experimental Figure finite flow fm/c FOPI fragments freeze-out GeV/c hadronic halo heavy ion collisions heavy-ion in-medium interaction invariant mass isospin J/ip kaon kinetic Lett mean field measured momenta momentum distribution neutron Nucl nuclear matter nuclear medium Nuclear Physics Nuclear Physics 42 nuclei nucleon nucleon-nucleon observed obtained pair Particle and Nuclear partonic Pb+Pb phase space phase transition Phys pion potential predictions production Progress in Pariicle properties proton QCD sum rules quark quark-gluon plasma quasi-particle ratio region relativistic resonance scattering self-energy shown spectra spectral function spectrum suppression T-matrix target temperature thermal transport model transverse UrQMD values vector mesons width yield