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Call number:UMI-95-26828 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Measurement of the Tau-Pair Cross Section and Charge Asymmetry at the Z0 Resonance
Author(s): Martin Werner Grunewald
Date:1993
Edition:Ph.D. Thesis
Publisher:California Institute of Technology: Pasadena, CA
Size:266 pgs.
Keywords: Cross Sections (Nuclear Physics) - Measurement
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Title:Hadron Collider Physics 2002 Proceedings of the 14th Topical Conference on Hadron Collider Physics, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 29–October 4,2002
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (529 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55524-4
Contents:I Opening Review on Hadron—Collider Physics -- Hadron Colliders, the Standard Model, and Beyond -- II Status of the Accelerators and Detectors -- Tevatron Collider Run II Status -- Status of CDF II and Prospects for Run II -- Status
of the DØ Detector -- III Standard Model Processes: Parton Luminosities, QCD Evolution -- The Proton Structure as Measured at HERA -- Global Fits of Parton Distributions -- Low x Physics at HERA -- Saturation Effects in Hadronic Cross
Sections -- IV Standard Model Processes: QCD at High pt -- Progress in NNLO Calculations for Scattering Processes -- Heavy Flavour Production at DØ -- Heavy Quark Production at CDF -- Heavy Quark Production at HERA -- Theoretical
Developments on Hard QCD Processes at Colliders -- Jet Production at CDF -- Jet Algorithms at DØ -- Jet Physics at HERA -- Global Photon Summary -- Hadron Production in Hadron-Hadron and Lepton-Hadron Collisions -- V Standard Model
Processes: QCD: Diffractive Processes -- Measurements of Diffractive Processes at HERA Aharon Levy -- Diffractive Physics at DØ -- Measurements of Diffractive Processes at CDF -- Selected topics in Rapidity Gap Physics -- VI Standard
Model Processes: Heavy-Ion Collisions -- Recent Results from STAR -- VII Standard Model Processes: Heavy Flavour, CKM and CP-Violation -- Beauty and Charm Physics at CDF, First Results and Perspectives -- Prospects for B Lifetimes,
Oscillations and CP Violation at DØ -- Impact of Bottom-Quark Measurements on our Knowledge of the Standard Model -- VIII Standard Model Processes: W, Z-Bosons, Electroweak Parameters -- Electroweak Physics Prospects for CDF in Run II
-- Measurement of the Z and W Boson Production Cross -- Associated Hadroproduction of Charmonia and Electroweak Bosons -- Review of Potential for Precision Electroweak Studies at the LHC -- IX Standard Model Processes: Top Quark -- Top
Quark Physics at DØ -- Top Quark Physics with CDF -- The Top Quark: Experimental Roots and Branches of Theory -- X Searches for New Phenomena: Higgs -- Higgs Production at Hadron Colliders -- Higgs Searches and Prospects at CDF --
Prospects for Higgs Bosons at DØ -- Prospects of Higgs Physics at the LHC -- XI Searches for New Phenomena: Alternative Symmetry Breaking Mechanisms, SUSY, Extra -- Dimensions, Anomalous Couplings, Leptoquarks and Compositness Isolated
Lepton Signatures at HERA -- Searches for New Particles/Phenomena at CDF -- Searches and Expected Signatures at DØ -- Searches and Discovery Prospects at HERA -- Supersymmetry at the LHC: Searches, Discovery Windows, and Expected
Signatures -- Searches, Discovery Windows, and Expected Signatures of New Phenomena at ATLAS and CMS -- XII Tools and Techniques for Physics Analysis: Luminosity Determination in Hadron-Hadron Collisions, Event Generators, New
Developments in Analysis Techniques -- Luminosity Determination at the Tevatron -- Luminosity Measurement at the LHC -- Precision Parton Luminosities at the LHC -- Event Generators — New Developments -- HERA Event Generators for the
Low Mass Region -- Optimal Use of Information for Measuring Mt in Lepton+jets tt¯ Events -- Multivariate Analysis Techniques for Final State Reconstruction -- Jet Algorithms: a Mini-Review -- CDF ? Triggers, Analysis and Other
Developments -- User Oriented Design in High Energy Physics Applications: Physics Analysis Expert -- XIII Future Colliders -- Why We Need Both the LHC and an e+e¯ Linear Collider -- XIV Summary Talk -- Summary and Highlights of the
Conference
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation
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Call number:SPRINGER-2001-9783662045879:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Sources and Detection of Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe Fourth International Symposium Held at Marina del Rey, CA, USA February 23–25, 2000
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (544 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04587-9
Contents:I Overview of Cosmological Parameters and Concept -- Cosmological Parameters -- The Cosmological Constant Problems -- The Cosmological Constant from the Viewpoint of String Theory -- The Dark Matter Telescope -- II The Cosmological
Constant Evidence -- Dust Versus Supernova Cosmology -- Measurement of the Cosmological Constant from Galactic Velocity Rotation Data -- An Introduction to Quintessence -- Is the ACDM Model Consistent with Observations of Large-Scale
Structure? -- Light Scalars in Cosmology -- III Precision Cosmology Measurements -- Optimal Supernova Search Strategies -- The Second Peak: The Dark-Energy Density and the Cosmic Microwave Background -- Latest Cosmological Constraints
on the Densities of Hot and Cold Dark Matter -- Prospects for MAP & PLANCK -- Studying Dark Matter with ACBAR on Viper -- Resonant Photon—Graviton Conversion as a Probe into Inflationary Universe -- IV Baryonic Dark Matter -- Death of
Stellar Baryonic Dark Matter -- EROS Microlensing Results: Not Enough Machos in the Galactic Halo -- Neutralino Dark Matter Versus Galaxy Formation -- Cosmological Relativity: A General-Relativistic Theory for the Accelerating
Expanding Universe -- V Theory of Dark Matter Processes -- Relic Neutralinos and Dark Matter -- CP Violation and Dark Matter -- Mirror Dark Matter -- Neutralino Proton Cross Sections for Dark Matter in SUGRA and D-BRANE Models --
Antimatter from Supersymmetric Dark Matter -- Relic Abundances and the Boltzmann Equation -- Supersymmetry, Q-Balls, and Dark Matter -- SIMP (Strongly Interacting Massive Particle) Search -- Self-Interacting Dark Matter -- Prediction
of ?M and Estimate of ?? -- Accurate Dark Matter Theory and Exact Solutions -- VI Possible Evidence for Dark Matter Particles -- Recent DAMA Results -- Annual Signal Modulation to Search for WIMPs and Direct Searching -- Recent Results
from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search for Weakly Interacting Massive Particles -- Pulse Shape Discrimination and Dark Matter Search with NaI (Tl) Scintillator at the Laboratoire Souterrain de Modane -- Interpretation of the Anomalous
NaI Events -- Combining Information from Direct and Indirect Searches for WIMPs -- VII Search for Dark Matter Particles Around the World -- Progress on the Boulby Mine Dark Matter Experiments -- Status of the EDELWEISS Experiment --
Status of Dark Matter Search with the HDMS Experiment and the GENINO Project -- The CRESST Dark Matter Search -- Dark Matter Experiments in the Canfranc Underground Laboratory -- Dark Matter Results in the MIBETA Experiment -- Search
for Dark Matter WIMPs Using Upward-Going Muons in Super-Kamiokande -- Search for SUSY Dark Matter with CMS at LHC -- VIII New Detectors for the Dark Matter Search -- Design of the ZEPLIN II Detector -- Development of a Two-Phase Xenon
Discriminating Detector for Use in Dark Matter Searches at the Boulby Underground Laboratory -- A Project of a New Detector for Direct Dark Matter Search: MACHe3 -- Status and Prospects for SIMPLE -- Measurement of Scintillation
Amplification in a Xenon Detector with a CsI-Luminescence Plate -- Hot and Cold Dark Matter Search with GENIUS -- IX Hot Dark Matter -- Large Extra Dimensions and Hot Dark Matter -- Detecting Ultra High Energy Neutrinos by Upward Tau
Airshowers and Gamma Flashes -- Super-Kamiokande 0.07 eV Neutrinos in Cosmology: Hot Dark Matter and the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays -- Future Neutrino Astrophysics Projects at the UK Boulby Mine -- Symposium Agenda
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Space sciences , Cosmology , Nuclear physics , Physics , Cosmology , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Particle and Nuclear Physics
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Title:Few-Body Problems in Physics ’99 Proceedings of the 1st Asian-Pacific Conference, Tokyo, Japan, August 23–28, 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (537 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-6287-3
Contents:Antiprotonic Helium — A Window into the Antiworld -- Effective Linear Two-Body Method for Many-Body Problems in Atomic and Nuclear Physics -- First Principles Description of Shell Structure in Metal Clusters -- Resonances in Three-
and Four-Body Atomic Systems Involving Electrons and Positrons -- Antiprotonic Helium ”Atomcule”: Relativistic and QED Effects -- High-Precision Calculation of Antiprotonic Helium Atomcules and Antiproton Mass -- Coupling of Two- and
Three-Particle Channels in Slow Antiproton - Atom Collisions -- Few-Body States in Fermi-Systems and Condensation Phenomena -- Ab initio Study of Clusters and Nanotubes in Electric fields -- The Multidimensional Angular Coulomb
Function Method in Atomic and Molecular Physics -- Excited States of Positronium Molecule -- Proton-Hydrogen Charge Exchange and Elastic Scattering in the Faddeev Approach -- Impact of A Few Body Reactions on Explosive Nucleosynthesis:
Big-Bang and Supernovae -- Coulomb Dissociation of Unstable Nuclei — An Application of Breakup Process to Astrophysics— -- Crucial Nuclear Reactions of Light Nuclei in Astrophysics -- Measurements of Radiative Capture Reaction by
Recoil Detection in Inverse Kinematics -- Asymptotic Normalization Coefficients and Astrophysical Factors -- Superfluidity of ?-, ??-, ??-Hyperons in Neutron Star Cores -- Measurement of the 8Li(?, n)11B Reaction with the
Multiple-Sampling and Tracking Proportional Chamber (MSTPC) for Astrophysical Interest -- Complex Scaling Methods for the Study of Light Unstable Nuclei -- Novel Features of Unstable Nuclei Studied with AMD -- Gambling in Physics—The
Stochastic Variational Method: Recent Applications— -- Microscopic Coupled-Channel Study of 12C+12C Resonance Reactions -- Continuum Level Density in the Microscopic Cluster Model -- Structures of Be Nuclei by a New Molecular Orbital
Approach -- Analyses of Resonances by Using the Complex Scaling Method -- Measurement of Deuteron Elastic Scattering at Ed = 270 MeV and a Comparison with Sudden Approximation -- Chiral SU(3) Quark Model and Dibaryon (??)J?=0+ --
Baryon Structure and the Chiral Symmetry of QCD -- Effective Theory Approach to Two-Nucleon Systems -- Charge Symmetry Breaking in Inelastic Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering -- Exchange Terms in the Quark-Meson Coupling Model -- Structure of
the Nucleon based on a Relativistic 3-Body Approach to the NJL Model -- Effects of Coupling with Nucleon Resonances on N N Interaction -- The Interaction between H-Dibaryons and the Property of H-Dibaryon Matter -- Analysis of Axially
Symmetric B = 2 Solution in the Chiral Quark Soliton Model -- Roles of Quark-Pair Correlations in Baryon Structure and Non-Leptonic Weak Transitions of Hyperon -- Spectroscopy and Liftime of Mesons with Bottom and Charm Quarks --
Implementing PCAC in Nonperturbative Models of Pion Production -- Electron-Deuteron Scattering in a Three-Dimensional Relativistic Framework -- A Free-of-Ambiguity Electromagnetic Current for the Deuteron within the Front-Form
Hamiltonian Dynamics -- New Data on Ayy in Deuteron Inclusive Breakup at Large Transverse Momenta and Relativistic Description of the Deuteron at Short Distances -- Relativistic Multichannel Scattering Theory with Particle Creation --
Spin Observables for Electromagnetic Nuclear Physics with Few-Body Systems -- Precise Measurement of the Transverse Asymmetry in Quasielastic 3He(e,e?1) and the Neutron Magnetic Form Factor -- The Off-Shell Nucleon-Nucleon Amplitude:
Why it is Immeasurable in Nucleon-Nucleon Bremsstrahlung -- Probing Few-Body Systems with Bremsstrahlung -- Radiative Muon Capture on 3He -- Measurements of Q2 Evolution of the GDH Sum Rule and the Spin Structure of the 3He and the
Neutron -- Threshold Contribution to the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn Sum Rule in 3He -- Measurement of Proton-Proton Bremsstrahlung at 389 MeV -- The ?*N ? ? Transition Form Factors -- Measurement of Elastic Electron-Deuteron Scattering at
Large Momentum Transfers -- The Nucleon-Nucleon and Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions in the Quark Model -- The Soft-Core Nijmegen Hyperon-Nucleon and Hyperon-Hyperon Interactions -- Coupled ?N ? ?N and ?NN ? ?NN Systems and Hyperon-Nucleon
Interactions -- ??d ? n?? as a Constraint on the ?? Amplitude ! -- The Weak Decay of S Shell Hypernuclei and the ?I=1/2 Rule -- High-Resolution Gamma-Spectroscopy of ?7Li and ?9Be -- Four-Body Calculation of ?4H and ?4He with ?N ? ?N
Conversion -- ?-Neutron Scattering Lengths -- Study of Doubly Strangeness Nuclear System with Cylindrical Detector System -- Light S= ?2 Nuclei and Hyperon Mixing -- ?-? Interferometry in (K? ,K+) Reactions at P(K?) = 1.8 GeV/c -- The
?N, ?? and ?N Attractions in the Intermediate Force Range —Ehime Approach to YN and YY Forces— -- 4He(K?,??) Spectra and the?4 He Bound State -- Neutron Rich Lambda Hypernuclei -- Final State Interaction in Kaon Photoproduction from
the Deuteron -- Quark Pauli Principle in ?-Hypernuclear Systems -- An SU(3) Symmetric OBEP with Gaussian Core between Octet Baryons -- Scattering Observables of the YN Interaction in the SU6 Quark Model -- Precise Measurement of dp
Scattering at 270 MeV -- Nucleon-Deuteron Scattering with ?-Isobar Excitation -- Some Highlights of NN and 3N Studies at TUNL -- Expectations in Systematic 3N Experiments -- Three-Nucleon Scattering: New Physical Insights and
Applications -- A Practical Method for Relativistic 3N-Scattering Calculations with Realistic Potentials -- Solutions of Faddeev-Yakubovsky Equations in Configuration Space for the 4N Scattering States -- Use of Realistic N-N
Interactions to Calculate 4N Scattering Observables -- Recent High-Accuracy Measurements of the 1So Neutron-Neutron Scattering Length -- Phase-Shift Analysis of Elastic pp Scattering at High Energies and Catastrophic Energy-Dependence
of Spin-Orbit Interaction -- Helicity Formalism for NN Scattering without Partial Wave Decomposition -- The np ? d(??)0 Reaction with the ?-Model and ?? Model -- Pion Production Mechanism in Nucleon-Nucleon Collisions -- Measurement of
Cross Sections and Vector and Tensor Analyzing Powers for d - p Elastic Scattering at Ed = 270 MeV -- Nucleon-Deuteron Break-Up Scattering with ?-Isobar Excitation -- Effect of ?-Isobar Excitation on Spin-Dependent Observables of
Elastic Nucleon-Deuteron Scattering -- Phase-Shift Analyses of p-3He Scattering at Low Energies -- Studies of 2H(d,p)3H Reaction at Ed = 30 keV by Four-Body Faddeev-Yakubovsky Equation -- 3He(d,p)4He Reaction at Intermediate Energies
-- Analysis of the 3He(d,p)4He Reaction at Elab =270 MeV Summary -- Concluding Remarks -- List of Participants -- List of Authors
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Space sciences , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences , Nuclear Fusion , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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Title:New Trends in HERA Physics 1999 Proceedings of the Ringberg Workshop Held at Tegernsee, Germany, 30 May – 4 June 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (466 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-46522-7
Contents:Proton Structure -- Inclusive Deep Inelastic Scattering at HERA and Related Phenomenology -- Measurements of F2 and the total photon-proton cross sections at low x and low Q2 -- Diagonal and Skewed Parton Distributions -- QCD
Evolution of Structure Functions at Small x -- Screening Effects on F2 at Low x and Q2 -- Experimental Results and Perspectives of Polarized Lepton-Nucleon Scattering -- Polarized Parton Densities and Processes -- Final States in
Deep-Inelastic Scattering -- Forward Jet Production at HERA -- Forward Jet Production at HERA -- Forward Jet and Hadron Production at Low x and Q2 -- Measurements of Jet Production in Deep Inelastic Scattering -- Jet Production in DIS
-- Hadronic Final States in Deep Inelastic Scattering at HERA -- Power Corrections to the Parton Model in DIS -- Soft Limits of Multiparticle Observables and Parton Hadron Duality -- Theory and Phenomenology of Instantons at HERA --
Photon Structure and Photoproduction of Jets and Hadrons -- Experimental Results on Two-Photon Physics from LEP -- Hard Photoproduction and the Structure of the Photon -- Photon Structure and the Production of Jets, Hadrons, and Prompt
Photons -- Heavy-Flavour Production -- Measurement of Open b Production at HERA -- Open Heavy-Flavour Photoproduction at NLO -- Open Charm Production in Deep Inelastic Scattering at Next-to-Leading Order at HERA -- Heavy Quarkonium
Production at HERA -- Color-Octet Contributions to Inelastic Heavy-Quarkonium Production -- Elastic and Diffractive ep Scattering -- Light Vector Meson Production at HERA -- Theory of Elastic Vector Meson Production -- Inclusive
Diffraction at HERA -- Hard Diffraction at the TEVATRON -- Towards the Theory of Diffractive DIS -- Soft and Hard Pomerons -- New Physics at HERA -- Search for Physics Beyond the Standard Model at HERA -- High PT Leptons and W
Production at HERA -- Beyond the Standard Model at HERA
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory
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Title:Mesons and Light Nuclei ’95 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference, Stráž pod Ralskem, July 3–7, 1995
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (530 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-9453-9
Contents:Kaon, Pion, and Photon Interactions with the Nucleus Below 1 GeV -- Pion-Nucleus Total and Reaction Cross Sections -- Pion Absorption in Helium with the LADS Detector -- Meson Exchange Contribution to K+-Nucleus Scattering --
Searching for the H-Dibaryon at Brookhaven -- Elastic Scattering of K+ from Light Nuclei -- K+ Scattering on Light N = Z Nuclei -- Experiments with Polarized 3He and Muonic 3He: Pion Elastic Scattering and Muon Capture -- Elastic and
Inelastic Pion Scattering on 3H and 3He -- Pion Absorption on Few—Nucleon Systems -- Strong Interaction Physics from Hadronic Atoms -- Nuclear Neutron Haloes as Seen by Antiprotons -- Nuclear Structure Effects in Light Pionic Atoms --
Strange Baryonic Systems -- ? Hypernuclear States -- S = ?2 Nuclear Phenomena and ?N Interaction -- Properties of the Hypertriton -- ?-Hypernuclear Production by K? Capture in Flight -- Hyperfragment Production in Annihilation of
Antiprotons Stopping in Nuclei -- The Hypernuclei with Neutron Halo -- Pion-Nucleon Partial-Wave Analysis and the N N? Coupling Constant -- The ?N N Dynamics on N N — N N, pp — ?d, ?d — ?d, and pp – ?N N below 1 GeV -- Pion Double
Charge Exchange in p-shell Nuclei -- What is so Special About Eta-Meson Physics? -- ?N S-wave Scattering Length, Limitations of the Single Resonance Model, Predictions of the Three Coupled Channel, Multiresonance and Unitary Model --
Photo- and Electroproduction of Eta Mesons on Nucleons and Nuclei -- Fully Relativistic Calculation of the ?d ? ?N N Process, With the Final State Interaction Included -- Photoproduction of Eta Mesons on Deuterium from Threshold to 1.
2 GeV -- On the possibility of an ?-meson light nucleus bound state formation -- Description of Low-Energy Pion Double Charge Exchange Reactions -- Inclusive Pion Double Charge Exchange on Light Nuclei above 0. 5 GeV -- Study of
Reactions ??p ? ?n and ??p ? ?0n on Pion Beams of the PNPI Synchrocyclotron -- Theoretical Differential Cross Sections of ?d Scattering for Pion Momenta up to 2 GeV/c -- Experimental Results on Pontecorva Reactions with Strangeness --
Some Multiple Scattering Effects in Antinucleon Annihilation on Nuclei -- Latest achievements in dynamic calculations for light nuclei -- Deuteron Compton Scattering -- Electromagnetic Structure of Mesons in a Light-Front Constituent
Quark Model -- Structure of ? Hypernuclei with Neutron Halo -- Double-Strangeness Hypernuclei in the Skyrme-Hartree-Fock Approach -- Production of Double-? and Twin-? Hypernuclei in the ??-Atomic Capture Reaction -- Subthreshold K+
Production on Nuclei by ?+ Mesons -- Relativistic Versus Nonrelativistic ?N Correlations in the Weak Decay of Hypernuclei -- Two-body Mechanisms in Pion Scattering and Pion Photoproduction on the Trinucleon -- Extended R. G. M.
Calculations of Pion-Pion Scattering -- New experimental results on the ?? interaction in nuclear matter -- Hidden Chiral Symmetry and Low-Energy Theorem -- High Resolution Measurements of (?, N) at Intermediate Energy. How Important
are Meson Exchange Current Effects ? -- A zero-degree spectrometer in CELSIUS and the d(d, 2?)4He reaction -- Physics Program and Experimental Equipment at CEBAF -- Results from the Real Photon Programme at MAMI -- Polarized Photon
Scattering from 4He -- Strangeness Electro-and Photo-Production at CEBAF -- Kaon Photo- and Electroproduction on Nucleons -- Strangeness Studies off Proton and Nuclei in CEBAF Hall A -- Electroproductions of Light ?- and. ?-Hypernuclei
-- Achievements and Challenges in 3N- and 4N-Systems -- S-Matrix Parameters for Elastic Neutron-Deuteron Scattering above the Breakup Threshold -- Variational Calculations for Continuum States in Few-Nucleon Systems -- Off-Shell NN
Potential and Nuclear Binding -- Electron Scattering from the Deuteron Using the Gross Equation -- Elastic Electron-Deuteron Scattering with New Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials and Nucleon Form Factors -- Elastic ?d Scattering -- Isospin
Violation in Low-energy Hadronic Physics -- Radiative Pion Photoproduction from the Proton and. ?+ Meson Polarizabilities -- A Model for the ?N ? ??N Reaction -- The Polarized Structure Function of the Nucleon in the Constituent Quark
Model -- Nucleon-Nucleon Correlations and Multiquark Cluster Effects in Deep Inelastic Electron Scattering off Few-Nucleon Systems at x > 1 -- Spin Effects in Low-Energy Pion Scattering on 3He -- The Weak Decay of Hypernuclei -- ?
Decay Induced by Two Nucleons -- Hypernuclear Structure and Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions -- Conference Summary -- List of Participants -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Physical measurements , Measurement , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Quantum Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Few-Body Problems in Physics ’95 In memoriam Professor Paul Urban
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (540 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-9427-0
Contents:Session 1: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Paul Urban: Promoter of Modern Theoretical Physics -- Nuclear Three- and Four-Body Systems -- Correlated Hyperspherical Harmonic Functions for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Session 2: Methods in
the Few-Body Problem -- Recent Progress in Path Integral Calculations of Nuclei -- Convergence Properties of the Adiabatic Expansion for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Cross Sections and Vector Analyzing Powers in the Proton Induced Deuteron
Breakup Reaction at 65 MeV: Star Configurations -- Single Particle Spectral Function for Finite Nuclei -- Session 3: Atomic and Molecular Systems -- Few-Body Problems in Atomic Physics -- Molecular Potentials and Relativistic Effects
-- Strong Correlation in Three-Particle Continuum A++ + e + e: Theory and Visualization -- Faddeev Approach to Scattering in Atomic and Mesic Atomic Systems -- Session 4: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Precise Nonvariational
Calculation of Resonant States of Helium with the Correlation Function Hyperspherical Harmonic Method -- A Coupled-Channel Formalism for Breakup Reactions -- $${}^{2}\text{H(}\vec{d},p{{\text{)}}^{3}}\text{H}$$3H Reaction Calculations
at 20–120 keV by the Four-Body Yakubovsky Equations with the Paris Potential -- Integral Equation Calculations for the Photodisintegration of 4He -- Session 5: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Spin Observables in High Energy
Electron Scattering -- Pion Nucleus Scattering -- Recent Developments in one and two Pion Production in Elementary Reactions and Few-Body Systems -- Session 6: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Plans for Nucleon-Nucleon
Bremsstrahlung Measurements with AGOR -- First Results on Proton-Proton Scattering and Near Threshold Two Meson Production at COSY -- Study of Proton-Neutron Correlations with the reaction 3,4He(e, e?d) -- Selected Topics of the
Few-Nucleon Research Program at TUNL -- Measurement of the Spin-dependent Structure Function g1(x) of the Deuteron and the Proton -- Session 7: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Double Pion Photoproduction on the Proton up to
800 MeV -- High Missing-Momentum Components in 4He Studied with the (e, e?p) Reaction -- Electron-Deuteron Scattering with the New Generation of Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials -- Polarization Studies of Few Nucleon Systems at Laboratory
for High Energies of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research -- Panel Session 8: Few-Body Systems Probed in Several Ways -- Achievements and Perspectives in the Field of Few-Body Systems Studied with Hadronic Probes -- Few-Body Systems
Probed in Several Ways -- Session 9: Atomic Clusters and Exotic Atoms -- Theoretical Description of Helium Clusters -- Antiprotonic Helium Atoms -- Muon Catalyzed Fusion -- Precision Measurement of Nuclear Muon Capture by 3He --
Session 10: Nuclear Forces, Chirality and Relativistic Effects -- The ?NN Coupling from High Precision np Charge Exchange Data -- Two-Body Components in the Nucleon Wave Function and their Consequences in Various Phenomena -- Hidden
Local Symmetries and Meson Exchange Currents -- Relativistic Calculations of the Deuteron Form Factors and Triton Binding Energy -- Session 11: Antiprotonic and Strange Systems -- Glueballs, ? and ?? Mesons and Antiproton-Proton
Annihilation Dynamics -- ? Production via the Strong Interaction -- ?-Physics with Electromagnetic Probes -- Interaction of ?-Meson with Light Nuclei -- Session 12: Few-Body Problems in Astrophysics -- Nuclear Reactions of
Astrophysical Interest Involving Light Nuclei -- Optical Theorem and Finite-Range Effect for Nuclear Reactions in Astrophysics -- Peripheral Astrophysical Radiative Capture Processes -- Session 13a: Quark Structure of Hadrons --
Towards a Unified Description of the Baryon Spectrum and the Baryon-Baryon Interaction within a Potential Model Scheme -- Nucleon and Pion Electromagnetic Structure and Constituent Quark Form Factors -- On the Dynamical Retardation
Effect for the Mass Spectrum of Heavy Quarkonia -- Relativistic Quark Model Baryon Analysis -- Polarized Structure Functions and the Nucleon Spin -- Quark-Gluon Point of View on the Spin Structure of the Deuteron from Experiments with
Relativistic Deuteron Beams -- Session 13b: Nuclear Structure and Reactions -- Searching for 6Li D-state Effects -- Comparison between Three-Body and Many-Body Descriptions of 11Li -- Light Ion Induced Reactions at Intermediate
Energies -- An Analysis of the Use of the Cluster Separability in Scattering Theory -- Method of Integral Transforms for Calculating (e, e?) and (e, e?N) Reactions -- Effect of the Three-Nucleon Force Based on ?-Isobar Excitation in
Neutron-Deuteron Scattering -- Session 14a: Physics with Strange Particles and Antiprotons -- Electromagnetic Associated Strangeness Production and Hadron Form Factors -- ?-Helium Scattering -- $$\bar{p}N$$ Scattering with Annihilation
Channel in an Extended Hilbert Space Model -- ?I = 1/2 Rule: Interplay of Quark and Hadronic Degrees of Freedom -- Session 14b: Relativistic Effects and Antiprotonic Atoms -- Asymptotic Behavior of the Deuteron Extra-Components in the
Covariant Light Front Dynamics -- Nucleon-Nucleon Correlations and Inclusive Electron Scattering off Few-Nucleon Systems at x > 1 -- Antiproton Helium Polarization States -- Antiproton Delayed Annihilation: the Problem of the
Description in Isolated Atom Model and Other Possible Scenarios -- Session 15: The Baryon-Baryon Interaction -- The Nijmegen Potentials -- The Bonn Potential -- The Nature of the Baryon-Baryon Interaction in the Quark-Model -- Nuclear
Forces and Chiral Theories -- Panel Session 16: Relativistic Effects in the Few-Body Problem -- Field Theory Approach in Few-Body Systems -- Application of the Few-Body Theory to Deep Inelastic Lepton-Nucleon Scattering -- Session 17:
Closing session -- From the Structure of Nucleons to that of Complex Nuclei: the Role Played by Few-Body Physics -- List of Participants -- List of Authors
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Atoms , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Title:Antiproton-Nucleon and Antiproton-Nucleus Interactions
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (331 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0595-8
Contents:I QCD And Theoretical Description of NN? Interaction -- Lattice QCD: why and how -- Antiproton annihilation in quantum chromodynamics -- Baryon-antibaryon nuclear interactions -- A review of NN? annihilation mechanisms -- Exclusive
production of heavy flavours in proton-antiproton collisions -- pp? annihilation into vector mesons and into ???, KK? ?, ?? and KK? in the 3P0 model -- Protonium annihilation into two mesons -- Polarization in the pp?-elastic
scattering near threshold -- Nucleon electromagnetic form-factor in the time-like region near NN? threshold -- II Experimental Aspects of NN? Scattering -- Measurement of spin parameters -- Antiproton-proton cross sections at small
momenta -- Comparison of d?/d? and Aon results in pp? scattering with model predictions -- Measurement of spin dependent observables in the p?-p elastic scattering from 450 to 700 MeV/c -- Study of the spin structure of the pp? ? nn?
channel at LEAR -- Total and differential cross sections for the reaction pp? ? ??? -- Spin observables in the reaction pp? ? ??? -- III Antinucleon-Nucleus: Theory -- Antiproton-nucleus interaction elastic scattering and atomic bound
states -- Deep antiproton annihilations on nuclei -- Antiprotonic atoms with a deformed nucleus -- Antiproton-nucleus scattering -- IV Antinucleon-Nucleus: Phenomenology and Experimental Results -- Antiprotonic atoms -- Analysis of
p?-nucleus elastic scattering and reaction cross sections with a Glauber model -- Antiproton-helium annihilation around 1 MeV -- Isospin effects in antiproton-nucleus annihilation -- Low energy antiproton interaction with Ne nuclei --
Measurement of analysing power of p?C elastic scattering at LEAR -- V Machine Developments -- LEAR in the nineties -- Participants
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Title:Heavy Ion Interactions Around the Coulomb Barrier Proceedings of a Symposium, Held in Legnaro, Italy, June 1–4, 1988
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (331 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-50578-4
Contents:Developments in sub-barrier reactions -- Multidimensional tunneling description of subbarrier fusion -- Investigation of mechanisms limiting the near-barrier fusion of massive nuclei -- Influence of inelastic couplings on 32S + 24MG
sub-barrier fusion -- Nuclear deformation effects in sub-barrier fusion of 16O+147,149Sm -- Sub — Coulomb fusion of 24,26Mg with 90,92,94,96Zr -- Influence of hexadecapole deformations of the nuclear shape on the enhancement of
subbarrier fusion cross sections -- Subbarrier fusion in the surface friction model -- Spectroscopic study of sub-barrier quasi-elastic nuclear reactions -- Fusion of 14N, 16O+ 59Co at near barrier energies -- Fusion reactions of 58Ni
+ 90,91,94Zr around the Coulomb barrier -- Nuclear reactions in collisions of very heavy ions at energies below and near the barrier -- Sub-barrier reactions measured using a recoil mass separator -- How well do we understand
quasi-elastic reactions at energies close to the barrier -- Transfer reactions for the 50Ti + 90Zr system below the Coulomb barrier -- Correlation between transfer and fusion in heavy ion reactions at the Coulomb barrier -- Fusion and
transfer around the Coulomb-barrier of the systems 33S + 90,91,92Zr -- Measurements of 180° sub-barrier transfer reaction cross sections in S + Mo, Nb systems -- Semiclassical description of multipair transfer processes in heavy-ion
reactions -- Transfer and inelastic channels around the Coulomb barrier -- Probing the spin distribution in near-barrier fusion reactions -- Intimations of non-compound fission at near-barrier energies -- Subbarrier fusion reaction of
19F + 232Th -- Algebraic scattering theory and its application to heavy ion collisions -- Absorption under the Coulomb barrier Its importance for the scattering and fusion of heavy ions at sub- and near-barrier energies -- Channel
coupling effects in heavy-ion elastic scattering and sub-barrier fusion -- Reactions in the collision of oxygen ions with lead at energies close to the Coulomb barrier -- Dynamical aspects of heavy ion reactions a microscopic approach
-- A microscopic nucleus-nucleus potential -- Fusion and scattering of polarized 23NA -- Threshold anomalies in the scattering of oxygen by 208Pb -- Concluding remarks -- The design of recoil separators -- General properties of recoil
mass spectrometers -- The recoil separator system at GSI — description, experiments and further plans -- Developments at the Daresbury Recoil Separator -- The L.N.L. recoil mass spectrometer: First tests -- The Argonne Fragment Mass
Analyzer -- Design of the Large Acceptance Recoil-nucleus mass Analyzer LARA
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Title:Spin Observables of Nuclear Probes
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (462 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-0769-3
Contents:Nuclear Spin Response Studies in Inelastic Polarized Proton Scattering -- Nucleon-Nucleus Scattering to the Continuum -- Relativistic Calculations for Quasi-Elastic Proton Scattering -- Spin Excitations in a Schematic Model -- Spin
Observables in Electron Scattering From Nuclei -- Spin Observables in Exclusive Electron Scattering -- Relativistic Treatment of Mesonic Contributions to Quasielastic (e,e’) -- The (p,2p) Reaction in the Dirac Impulse Approximation --
Spin-Observables for the $$(\vec{p},p'\gamma )$$ Reaction at 400 MeV -- Proton Induced Delta Production -- The (n,p) Reaction as a Probe of Nuclear Structure -- (p,n) Measurements Above 200 MeV and the Isovector Effective NN
Interaction -- Spin-Isospin Excitations in Nuclei and (p,n) Reactions -- Isovector Spin Observables in Nuclear Charge-Exchange Reactions at LAMPF -- New Neutron Time-of-Flight (NTOF) Facilities at the Brookhaven 200-MeV Linac -- The
$${}^{{208}}Pb{{(\vec{p},\vec{n})}^{{208}}}Bi$$ Reaction at 135 MeV -- Spin-Isospin Modes in Quasi-Free Region -- Charge Exchange Reactions at Saturne -- Spin-Isospin Response of a Nucleon at High Excitation Energy -- Momentum
Distributions of Fragments of D, 3He, and 4He Nuclei and T20 in 0° Deuteron Break-up -- Ratio of Gamow-Teller to Fermi Strength Observed in 13, 14C(p,n) at 492 and 590 MeV -- Spin-Isospin Nuclear Responses with Hadronic Probes --
Wigner-Kirkwood Expansion of the Quasi-Elastic Nuclear Responses and Application to Spin-Isospin Responses -- The Relativistic Nuclear Response and Vacuum Polarization -- Dirac RPA for Finite Nuclei -- Relativistic RPA Calculations in
Finite Nuclei: Results -- Charge Exchange (P,N) Reactions to the Isobaric Analog State -- Validity of the Hartree Approximation in the Walecka Model -- A Relativistic Description of Deformed Nuclei -- Violent Collisions of Spinning
Protons -- A Status Report on the “t20” Experiment at Bates: Toward a Separation of the Charge and Quadrupole Form Factors of the Deuteron -- Physics in the GeV Region with Polarized Targets in Electron Storage Rings -- Spin
Observables in $$\bar{P}P$$ Elastic and PP Inelastic Scattering -- Measurement of 2-nd and 3-rd order Spin Observables in Elastic Scattering of 1.6 GeV Tensor and Vector Polarized Deuteron Beam from a Polarized Hydrogen Target --
Nuclear Isovector Electroweak Interactions in a Relativistic Model -- Energy Dependent Corrections to Spin Observables in Nucleon-Nucleus Scattering -- The Empirical Connection Between (p,n) Cross Sections and Beta Decay Transition
Strengths -- Summary Talk—International Conference on Spin Observables of Nuclear Probes -- Contributors
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Title:Search for Charm, Beauty, and Truth at High Energies
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (585 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2659-5
Contents:Session I Search For Charm and Beauty With e+ e- Beams -- Heavy Flavour Production in e+ e- Annihilation -- Mark-J Results on Hadron and Inclusive Muon Production and the Electroweak Interactions of Quarks -- Recent Results from JADE
-- Recent Results from TASS0 -- Results from CESR -- Session II Search For Charm and Beauty at Fermilab -- Charm and Beauty Photoproduction at Fermilab -- Prompt Neutrino Experiment on Charm and Other Flavours -- Prompt Production of
Neutrino by 400 GeV Protons on Tungsten: First REsults from Fermilab E613 -- Session III Search For Charm With Bubble Chambers -- Recent Results from the Experiment NA16 -- Photo-Production of Charmed Particles by 19.5 GeV Gammas --
Session IV Panel on Use of Visual Detectors in the Search for Charm and Other Flavours -- Chairman’s Introduction -- Photographic emulsions Versus Bubble Chambers in Charm and Beauty Searches -- High Resolution Bubble Chamers --
Holography in Small Bubble Chambers -- Scanning Holograms -- A Measuring Device for Holograms from Large Volume Bubble Chambers -- Topological Background on Charmed and Beauty Particle Pairs Produced in High Energy Hadron Interactions
in Nuclear Emulsions -- Session V Lifetime Measurements -- Measurement of Charmed Particle Lifetime -- Lifetime of Charmed Particles Protoproduced in Nuclear Emulsions -- Session VI Panel on Live Targets for Lifetime Measurements --
Chairman’s Introduction -- Lifetime measurements of D± -Mesons with a Silicon Live Target -- Solid State Telescopes for Lifetime Measurements -- Performance and Application in High Energy Physics of Passive Ion Implanted Silicon
Detectors -- Hybrid Preamplifier for Solid State Detectors on High Energy Experiments -- Silicon Detectors for the NA14 Photoproduction Experiment at CERN -- Status Report on Two New Vertex Detectors: The Scintillation Camera and the
Microchannel Plate -- Session VII Production Cross Sections of Charm and New Flavours -- Production Cross Sections of Heavy Flavours on Protons -- Photon and Hadron Production of Open Heavy Flavours -- Heavy Quarks in Hadronic
Collisions -- Production of Heavy Flavours in Muon Iron Interaction -- Hadronic Production of Heavy Flavours -- Session VIII Panel on High Resolution Vertex Detectors to Search for Charm and Other Flavours -- Silicon Microstrip
Detectors, a New Tool for Charm Physics -- Resistive Charge Partititon with MESD -- A High Resolution Telescope Using CCD Photodiodes Arrays -- Silicon Detector Electronics for H.E. Physics Experiments -- Session IX Search for Heavy
Flavours -- Heavy Flavour Production in Hadron-Hadron Collisions -- The Masses of Heavy Flavoured Hadrons -- Tests of the t Quark Mass From B Meson Decays -- Beauty Experiments at the SPS -- Session X Panel on Special Triggers to
Search for Charm and Heavy Flavours -- Hadronic Production of Prompt Muons -- A Study of Charm Production in the Strong Interactions Using a Prompt Muon Trigger -- Triggering for Charm, Beauty, and Truth -- Muon Triggers in Search for
Charm and Beauty in Hybrid Emulsion Experiments -- Possibility of Trigger for Short Lived States -- Trigger on Charm and Beauty for a Hybrid Experiment in the ?? Spectrometer -- Session XI -- Conclusions -- Participants
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Keywords: Engineering , Nuclear engineering , Engineering , Nuclear Engineering
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Title:Electron-Molecule Collisions
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (570 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2357-0
Contents:1. Introduction to Electron-Molecule Collisions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Cross Sections -- 3. Electron-Molecule Interactions -- 4. Resonance Effect -- 5. Calculation of the Total Cross Section as a Potential Scattering Problem -- 6.
Theoretical Formulation of Inelastic Scattering Processes -- 2. Rotational Excitation of Molecules by Slow Electrons -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Classical Sudden Collisions and Angular-Momentum Transfer -- 3. Quantum-Mechanical Sudden
Collisions and Angular-Momentum Transfer -- 4. Division of the Configuration Space -- 5. Physics in the Potential Scattering Region -- 6. Physics in the Compound-System Region -- Appendix: Summary of Formulas -- References and Notes --
3. Vibrational Excitation of Molecules by Slow Electrons -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Virtual States and Resonances -- 3. Vibrational Excitation. I: Wave-Function Enhancement without Trapping -- 4. Vibrational Excitation. II: Electron
Scattering at a Shape Resonance Impulse Limit -- 5. Vibrational Excitation. III: Long-Lived Resonances and Nuclear Relaxation -- 6. Current Developments -- Appendix A: Resonance Scattering of Electrons by a Target with Fixed Nuclei --
Appendix B: Resonance Scattering of an Electron by a Molecule with Relaxing Nuclei -- Appendix C: The Impulse Approximation -- Appendix D: Wave Packets -- References and Notes -- 4. Dissociation of Molecules by Slow Electrons -- 1.
Introduction -- 2. Dissociation of Molecules into Ground Electronic State Fragments -- 3. Dissociation into Excited Fragments -- 4. Dissociative Ionization -- 5. Dissociative Attachment -- 6. Dissociative Attachment to Ultracold
Molecules and Molecular Clusters -- 7. Dissociative Recombination -- References and Notes -- 5. Molecular Spectroscopy By Electron Scattering -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Resonance Spectroscopy of Molecules -- 3. Electron Energy-Loss
Spectroscopy -- References -- 6. Experimental Techniques for Cross-Section Measurements -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Definition of Cross Sections -- 3. Measurement of Total, Integral, and Momentum-Transfer Cross Sections -- 4. Measurement
of Differential Cross Sections -- 5. Electron Collision Measurements at High Energies Generation of Optical Data -- 6. Electron Scattering in Electromagnetic Fields -- 7. Closing Remarks -- References -- 7. Computational Methods for
Low-Energy Electron-Molecule Collisions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Derivation of the Radial Equations -- 3. Numerical Solution of the Fixed-Nuclei Equations -- 4. Vibrational Excitation and Dissociative Attachment -- 5. Electronic
Excitation -- 6. Conclusions -- References
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Title:Resonances in Heavy Ion Reactions Proceedings of the Symposium Held at the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, October 12–15, 1981
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (448 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0018202
Contents:Resonances in heavy ion collisions -- Extended critical analysis of structures in the excitation functions for 9Be + 12C -- Use of the deviation function in a search for resonances in the system 12C + 16O -- Nucleon decay of 12C+ 12C
and 12C+ 16O: Resonances or statistical fluctuations? -- Resonant structures in the 16O+16O-System near the coulomb barrier) -- Partial coherence in heavy-ion reactions -- Search for resonances in light heavy ion systems -- 12C + 12C
resonances studied in the elastic, inelastic, and transfer channels -- The spins and spectroscopy of 12C +12C intermediate structure resonances -- Direct observation of 12C-12C configuration states in their 12C decay -- Elastic and
inelastic scattering of 14C+14C AND 12C+14C -- Microscopic investigation of the 14C + 14C interaction -- 1OB + 14N AND 12C + 12C reaction data near molecular resonances -- High-resolution excitation functions of 14N + 14N reactions
near resonances in 28SI -- Intermediate and fine structure studies in the system 16O+12C -- Correlation measurement searching for resonant 12C-12C states induced by the 12C(16O,?) reaction -- Resonances in 26Al, 29Si and 30Si: Are they
entrance channel dependent? -- Gross structure in mismatched channels -- Resonances in s-d shell nuclei -- High angular momentum resonances in 28Si + 28Si scattering -- Microscopic study of elastic 28Si-28Si scattering -- Search for
intermediate structure in 36Ar via the 24Mg(12C,?)32S reaction -- Molecular structure in 12C + 12C, orbiting in 12C + 28Si, and first studies of the 60Ni + 60Ni interaction -- Phase shift analysis and heavy ion scattering --
Local-potential description of the bound, quasi-bound and scattering states of the ?-nucleus system -- Calculation of the internal and barrier wave contributions to the heavy ion elastic scattering made simple -- Unitarity of the
S-matrix and resonance phenomena in nuclear reaction cross sections -- Characteristic resonances and the limits to fusion in light heavy-ion systems -- Fusion Resonances in 12C(16O,Y)28Si -- Total reaction cross section of 12C+16O near
the coulomb barrier -- Structure in heavy ion reactions involving 14C -- Structure in symmetric light heavy-ion fusion cross sections -- Search for ?-rays from the quasimolecular 12C + 12C system -- Search for direct ?-transitions in
12C+12 C -- Measurement of spin alignment in 12C+12C inelastic scattering -- DWBA analyses of resonance structure in the 16O(16O,12C)20Ne reaction -- Theory of nuclear molecular states -- Structure and formation of molecules -- Weak
coupling model approach to heavy ion molecular resonance -- Multistep transfer of nucleons and the formation of molecular orbitals -- Validity of the adiabatic molecular orbital concept in the interaction of heavy ions -- Resonances in
16O+16O and the Systematic Occurrence of J?=8+ Resonances in Heavy Ion Resonant Systems -- Schematic models of resonances: Predictions and comparison -- On the structural similarity of nuclear molecules -- Summary of the conference
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Title:Contemporary Research Topics in Nuclear Physics
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (592 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-1134-8
Contents:Session I: High Spin Phenomena -- Quasi-Particle Motion in Rotating Nuclei -- Nuclear Spectroscopy at Very High and Very Low Rotational Frequencies -- Dynamic Deformation Theory: Recent Results for Spectra and for Cross Sections --
High Spin Phenomena -- Interpretation of the 21-ns Isomer in 109Hg as (vi13/2)2 from a g-Factor Measurement -- High Spin Studies by Multiple Coulomb Excitation -- Session II: Heavy-Ions Reactions -- On the Transition from the Coherent
to the Statistical Phase in Deep Inelastic Collisions -- Excitation of Shape-Vibrational Modes in Nuclei by Relativistic Heavy Ions -- Nuclear Charge and Matter Distributions -- A Study of the Reaction Mechanism for 12C on 209Bi at
E(C) = 61.1-73 MeV -- Session III: Transfer Reactions -- Inelastic Scattering and Transfer Reactions Using Very Heavy Ions -- Probing Transitional Regions with Nuclear Transfer Reactions -- Nuclear Reactions Near the Coulomb Barrier --
Heavy Ion Reaction Mechanisms -- Heavy-Ion Induced Transfer Reactions to High-J Orbital States -- Session IV: Microscopic Theories of Nuclear Structure -- Perturbation Theory for a System of Fermions in a Deformed Basis -- The Boson
Fermion-Hybrid Representation and The Nuclear Field Theory -- Microscopic Calculations of the Fission Barrier of Some Actinide Nuclei with Skyrme-Type Interaction Using a Two-Step Iterative Method -- Linear-Response RPA Model to Open
Shell Nuclei -- Collective Gyromagnetic Ratio From Density Dependent Hartree-Fock Calculations -- A Phenomenological Study of Nuclear Currents -- Collective Vibrations with Zero Range Skyrme and Delta-Log Interaction -- Session V:
Interacting Boson Model -- Overview of Experimental Tests of the IBA -- The Interacting Boson Model in the Continuous Basis Representation -- Shell Model Structure of the Interacting Boson Model and the Interacting Boson Fermion Model
-- Testing the Interacting-Boson and Interacting-Boson-Fermion Approximations by the Study of Radioactive Decay Schemes with UNISOR On-Line Isotope-Separator -- Studies of Isotope Series with Effective Boson Hamiltonians -- Use of a
Boson Mapping to Elucidate the Relationship Between the IBM and the Bohr Collective Hamiltonian and between a Simplified Shell Model and the Bohr Collective Hamiltonian -- Renormalization of the IBA Hamiltonian for the Effects of the g
Boson -- The Interacting-Boson-Fermion Approximation -- Quantized Bogolyubov Transformation and Microscopic Foundation of IBM -- Session VI: Miscellaneous Topics -- Theory of Nuclear Single Particle Potential -- Application of The
Boson-Fermion Hybrid Representation: Why is Spin-Polarized Atomic Hydrogen a Bosonic System? -- The Microscopic Mechanism of the (p, ?†) Reaction -- Supermultiplet Classification and Collective Spectra of Two-Electron Atoms --
Participants
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Title:Neutron Radiography Handbook Nuclear Science and Technology
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (170 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-8567-4
Contents:1. Principles and Practice of Neutron Radiography -- 1.1 Introduction to Neutron Radiography -- 1.2 The Design of Neutron Radiography Equipment -- 1.3 Applications of Neutron Radiography -- 1.4 List of Symbols Used -- 1.5 References
-- Appendices -- Appendix 1.1 Neutron Radiographic Terminology -- Appendix 1.2 Thermal Neutron Cross Sections of the Elements and Some Materials -- Appendix 1.3 Irradiation and Transfer Times for the Indirect Method -- Appendix 1.4
Resolution of Voids -- Appendix 1.5 The Calculation of the Cross Section of a Compound -- 2. Recommended Practice for the Neutron Radiography of Nuclear Fuel -- 2.1 Applicable Documents -- 2.2 Ordering Information -- 2.3 Equipment --
2.4 Radiographic Techniques -- 2.5 Measurement -- 2.6 Safety Precautions -- 2.7 Film Handling -- 2.8 Film Processing -- 2.9 Viewing Radiographs -- 2.10 Reference Radiographs -- 2.11 Storage of Radiographs -- 2.12 Records and Reports --
3. NRWG indicators for testing of Beam Purity, Sensitivity, and Accuracy of Dimensions of Neutron Radiographs -- 3.1 The Various Indicators -- 3.2 Assessment of Test Results for the Indicators -- 3.3 References -- 4. Atlas (Compact
Version) of Defects Revealed by Neutron Radiography in Light Water Reactor Fuel -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Relevant Notes -- 4.3 The Collection of the Atlas -- 4.4 References -- 5. Neutron Radiography Installations in the European
Community. Tables and Figures -- Table 5.1 Neutron Radiography Installations in the European Community Technical Data and Main Utilization -- Table 5.2 Neutron Radiography Installations in the European Community Exposure Techniques --
Table 5.3 Neutron Radiography Installations in the European Community Qualitative Analysis, Quantitative Analysis -- Table 5.4 Neutron Radiography Installations in the European Community Future Needs and Requirements -- Figures :
Cadarache, LDAC -- Casaccia, TRIGA-RC1 -- Fontenay-aux-Roses, Triton -- Geesthacht, FRG 1, FRG 2, 1 kCi Sb-Be -- Grenoble, Melusine, Siloe -- Harwell, DID0 6H, DIDO 6HGR9 -- Karlsruhe, FR 2 -- Mol, BR 1, BR 2 -- Petten (JRC), PSF, HB8
-- Petten (ECN), LFR -- Ristø, DR 1 -- Saclay, OSIRIS, ISIS (2 installations), Orphee -- Valduc, Mirene
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Title:Photonuclear Reactions II International School on Electro- and Photonuclear Reactions, Erice, Italy 1976
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Date:1977
Size:1 online resource (301 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-08140-2
Contents:Recent developments at M.I.T. -- News from Saclay -- Electron scattering work at Amsterdam past, present and future activities -- Electronuclear sum rules -- A Review of present photonuclear research at Lund and future accelerator
plans -- A monochromatic and polarized photon beam for photonuclear reactions. The ladon project at Frascati -- Latest from the DALINAC -- Preliminary results on the annihilation photon beam at the Frascati Linac laboratory -- Some
experimental results on the measurement of the total photoabsorption cross sections -- Electroexcitation of giant multipole resonances -- Description of isoscalar giant resonances. A sum-rule approach -- The center of mass problem in
continuum calculations of nuclear reaction cross sections -- A simple model for resonance shifts -- Nucleon polarizabilities and deep inelastic electron scattering -- Exchange effects in photon scattering on nuclei
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Title:Nuclear Interactions Conference held in Canberra, 28 August–1 September 1978
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Date:1976
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource (52 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-09102-5
Contents:Fission phenomena in deep inelastic collisions -- Heavy ion transfer reactions -- Direct heavy ion transfer reactions -- Nuclear structure inferred from heavy ion coulomb excitation -- Lifetime measurements of excited nuclear states
-- Magnetic moments of nuclear excited states -- Measurement of quadrupole moments through Coulomb excitation -- The nucleus as a laboratory for fundamental interactions -- Isospin mixing in light nuclei -- Very high-spin states --
High-spin selectivity of heavy-ion compound reactions -- Macroscopic description of heavy-ion reactions -- Deep-inelastic processes: A workbench for large scale motion in nuclear matter -- Nuclei far from ?-stability: Are they really
exotic? -- High spin states in rare earth nuclei studied by (heavy ion,xn) reactions -- Fusion of ‘Light’ heavy' ions -- Theory of electron scattering -- Photonuclear reactions -- Electromagnettc sum rules -- Inelastic electron
scattering -- The strange behaviour of nuclei at high spin states -- Collective motions and band structures in A = 60 – 80, even-even nuclei -- Excitation and decay of giant resonances -- Photofission and electrofission -- The equation
of state of nuclear matter and properties of finite nuclei in a relativistic Quantum field theory -- Positrons from heavy ion collisions -- Heavy ion elastic and inelastic scattering -- Resonance effects in fusion and transfer
reactions -- The role of quarks in nuclei -- Conference summary -- Closing remarks -- On spectroscopic information from elastic electron-nuclear scattering -- 180° electron scattering from 12C -- The nuclear current -- The
magnetization distributions of 25Mg and 93Nb as determined using 180° electron scattering -- Mass of 48K -- Isoscalar character of the J? = 6+, Ex = 5.125 MeV state in 58Ni -- Determination of the mass excess of 73,75Ga, 69Cu and
79,81, as with the (d, 3He) reaction -- Mass and nuclear structure of the neutron deficient nuclide 121I. -- Centre-of-mass corrections to energy weighted electronuclear sum rules -- Application of energy weighted sum rules to
Quadrupole moments of excited states of nuclei -- The quadrupole moment of the 2 1 + state of 24Mg -- Collective states in 116Sn -- Coulomb excitation of even Nd nuclei -- g-Factor measurements of high spin isomeric states in 152Dy --
New information on K? = O? and K? = 3? bands in 24Mg -- Termination of 24Mg rotational bands -- Yrast and high spin states in 24Mg up to 24 MeV excitation energy -- Multiple band structure in 68Ge and the g9/2 orbital -- E2-transition
probabilities in 77Br+ -- Band structures in 74,76Kr -- Band structures in 76,78,80Kr -- In-beam ? rays from 78Kr -- Band structure of 78Kr + -- Positive parity levels in 83Rb+ -- In-beam study of 116Xe -- Odd-parity levels in odd-A Xe
nuclei -- High-spin level structure in 152Dy -- Evidence for three high-spin isomers in 152Dy -- Yrast traps and oblate deformation at high angular momenta in 152Dy -- On the nature of intrinsic spin I o eff in aligned Stockholm bands
-- High spin states in 156Dy -- Bandcrossing in K ? 0 bands -- A 360 ns yrast trap in 68 153 Er85 -- Yrast transitions in 154Er -- Collective bands and the absence of yrast traps in 154Er and neighboring nuclei -- High spin yrast
states in 160Er, 164Yb and 166Yb -- Analysis of aligned positive parity bands in 164Er and 156Er -- Selfconsistent calculation of high spin states in 162Yb with the Skyrme-interaction -- Two and three quasiparticle isomers in 170Hf,
171Hf, 172Hf and 173Hf -- On the influence of i/132 neutrons on backbending in the light tungsten isotopes -- Hindered electric-dipole transitions in the N = 101 region -- Multi-quasiparticle states in 175Hf -- Coupling of the angular
momenta of the ground and K = 2? octupole bands in 180W -- Study of rotation-aligned bands in 190,192,194 Au -- Multipolarity studies for continuum ? rays via polarization experiments -- Studies of the ? continuum from 20Ne on 150Nd --
Further study of the dipole component in the yrast cascade -- Model calculations of the nuclear inertia for excited states -- A symptotic quantum numbers of Nilsson states -- Relation of volume and surface vibrations -- High-spin
particle-hole states in 16O -- Natural boundary condition methods for the microscopic treatment of composite particle scattering -- The critical radius for alpha-particle elastic scattering -- Inelastic scattering of 4He from the
even-mass isotopes of mercury and lead -- Effect of the coulomb field in 16O-16O elastic scattering -- Optical-potential deformation in inelastic heavy-ion scattering -- Regge poles and the collective model of nuclear giant multipole
resonances -- Structure of the isoscalar giant quadrupole resonances (GQR) IN 12C, 160, 28Si, fragmentation of the E2-strength ian light nuclei and the importance of a blocking mechanism for the GQR in 13C. -- Structure in the
isoscalar giant quadrupole resonance in 28Si as revealed by its charged particle decay -- Particle decay from the isoscalar giant resonance region in 58Ni -- 153 MeV 6Li scattering to isoscalar giant quadrupole resonances --
Investigation of the nuclear continuum by inelastic scattering of 13C ions -- Isospin splitting of the M1-strength in 58Ni -- Charged particle emission in photoreaction of 9Be -- The photoneutron cross section of 20Ne -- Photoprotons
from 27Al and 24Mg -- Photonuclear reactions in 40Ar -- Systematics of photonuclear cross section in the 1f 7/2 Shell. -- Isospin splitting in the giant dipole resonance at 50Ti -- Isospin conservation in the decay of the giant dipole
resonance -- Photoneutron angular distributions from 208Pb below the giant resonance -- Photodeuteron reaction on odd-Z light nuclei -- Quasi-deuteron contribution to (?,n) reactions -- The photodeuteron yield from 32S below 30 MeV --
E1 and E2 cross section for 18O(?,?O)14C -- Photoalpha reaction in 90Zr -- Resonance neutron capture spectroscopy in 28Si -- Intermediate structure studies of the giant dipole resonance near the threshold region -- The 7Li(p,? o)8Be
Reaction and l?,1+ Levels of 8Be -- Excitation function of the 160 (3?) Inelastic channel from the 12C + 160 reaction -- Investigation of low spin resonances in the 16O + 12C system -- The unique l=1 Reaction 28Si(10B,9Be)29Pg.s. --
The fine structure of the hole-analog states in 49Cr -- The 208Pb(7Li,6He)209Bi reaction at 52 MeV -- Excitation of bound and continuum states in heavy ion reactions -- A search for 6p-4h states in 180 -- Non equilibrium aspects of
strongly damped collisions -- 12B Spin Polarization in the deep-inelastic heavy-ion reaction 100Mo(14N,12B) -- 12B spin polarization in the heavy-ion reaction 232Th(14N,12B) -- Particle-particle correlations in the reaction of 14N+93Nb
AT Elab.=210 MeV -- Angular distributions of fast ?-particles emitted from the 159Tb + 95 MeV 14N reaction -- Angular-momentum distributions of residual nuclei after fast ?-particle emission in heavy ion reactions -- 86Kr + 144,154Sm
transfer reactions and associated gamma-ray multiplicity moments -- Circular polarization of ?-rays following the 612 MeV 86Kr on 197Au reaction -- Study of heavy ion - alpha correlation from reactions with 11B and 14N beams -- Fusion
of heavy ions below the barrier -- A new possibility of identifying high-spin-states at high excitation energies -- Effects of the critical angular momentum on the high spin selectivity of heavy-ion compound reactions -- TDHFB
calculation for 20Ne(132 MeV) + 20Ne IN three dimensions -- The 40Ca + 16O fusion cross sections -- Complete fusion process for (particle, xny) reactions on rare earth nuclei -- Quantum numbers in the fission process -- I2 (I+1)2
correction to rotational spectra of fission isomers -- Nuclear pressure and the mass distribution of fission fragments -- Fission barriers for the thorium isotopes -- Transfer induced fission at energies near the coulomb barrier -- An
investigation of the shape isomeric ?-decay of 236U -- Investigation of the two 237Pu fission isomers populated in the photonuclear reaction 239Pu(?,2n) -- Measurement of kinetic energies of 239Pu fission fragments in the resonance
region -- Theory of pion photoproduction in 12C and 16O -- Pion production near threshold in heavy ion collisions -- Operation of the Heidelberg postaccelerator for heavy ions -- The giant monopole resonance in 208Pb strongly excited
in 172 MeV ? scattering
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Title:Ion Beam Surface Layer Analysis Volume 1
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Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (494 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-8876-4
Contents:of Volume 1 -- I. Energy Loss and Straggling -- The Treatment of Energy-Loss Fluctuations in Surface-Layer Analysis by Ion Beams -- Evidence of Solid State Effects in the Energy Loss of 4He Ions in Matter -- Empirical Stopping Cross
Sections for 4He Ions -- Determination of Stopping Cross Sections by Rutherford Backscattering -- Depth Profiling of Implanted 3He in Solids by Nuclear Reaction and Rutherford Backscattering -- Energy Loss Straggling of Protons in
Thick Absorbers -- Energy Dependence of Proton Straggling in Carbon -- Energy Straggling of 4He Ions in Al and Cu in the Backscattering Geometry -- Energy Spreading Calculations and Consequences -- Analysis of Nuclear Scattering Cross
Sections by Means of Molecular Ions -- II. Backscattering Analysis -- Determining Concentration vs. Depth Profiles from Backscattering Spectra without Using Energy Loss Values -- Comparative Analysis of Surface Layers by Backscattering
and by Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- Analyzing the Formation of a Thin Compound Film by Taking Moments on Backscattering Spectra -- Computer Analysis of Nuclear Backscattering -- Some Practical Aspects of Depth Profiling Gases in
Metals by Proton Backscattering: Application to Helium and Hydrogen Isotopes -- Depth Profiling of Deuterium and Helium in Metals by Elastic Proton Scattering: A Measurement of the Enhancement of the Elastic Scattering Cross Section
over Rutherford Scattering Cross Section -- Near-Surface Investigation by Backscattering of N+ Ions and Grazing Angle Beam Incidence -- The Application of Low Angle Rutherford Backscattering to Surface Layer Analysis -- Measurement of
Projected and Lateral Range Parameters for Low Energy Heavy Ions in Silicon by Rutherford Backscattering -- Range Parameters of Heavy Ions in Silicon and Germanium with Reduced Energies from 0.001 ? ? ? 10 -- On Problems of Resolving
Power in Rutherford Backscattering -- Studies of Surface Contaminations, Composition and Formation of Superconducting Layers of V, Nb3Sn and of Tunneling Elements Using High Energetic Protons Combined with Heavy Ions -- Determination
of Implanted Carbon Profiles in NbC Single Crystals from Random Backscattering Spectra -- Pore Size from Resonant Charged Particle Backscattering -- Measurement of Thermal Diffusion Profiles of Gold Electrodes on Amorphous
Semiconductor Devices by Deconvolution of Ion Backscattering Spectra -- Enhanced Sensitivity of Oxygen Detection by the 3.05 MeV (?,?) Plastic Scattering -- Progress Report on the Backscattering Standards Project (Abstract) -- III.
Applications of Backscattering and Combined Techniques -- Ion Beam Studies of Thin Films and Interfacial Reactions -- Studies of Tantalum Nitride Thin Film Resistors -- Investigation of CVD Tungsten Metallizations on Silicon by
Backscattering -- Ion Beam Analysis of Aluminium Profiles in Heteroepitaxial Ga1-xAlxAs-Layers -- Analysis of Ga1-xA1xAs-GaAs Heteroepitaxial Layers by Proton Backscattering -- Interdiffusion Kinetics in Thin Film Couples --
Backscattering and T.E.M. Studies of Grain Boundary Diffusion in Thin Metal Films -- The Analysis of Nickel and Chromium Migration Through Gold Layers -- Applications of Ion Beam Analysis to Insulators -- Lithium Ion Backscattering as
a Novel Tool for the Charac terization of Oxidized Phases of Aluminum Obtained from Industrial Anodization Procedures -- Investigation of an Amino Suger-Like Compound from the Cell Walls of Bacteria Using Backscattering of MeV
Particles -- IV. Equipment -- Versatile Apparatus for Real-Time Profiling of Interacting Thin Films Deposited in Situ -- Application of a High-Resolution Magnetic Spectrometer to Near-Surface Materials Analysis -- Rutherford
Backscattering Analysis with Very High Depth Resolution Using an Electrostatic Analysing System -- An Apparatus for the Study of Ion and Photon Emission from Ion Bombarded Surfaces: I. Some Preliminary Results -- Author Index
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Title:Statistical Properties of Nuclei Proceedings of the International Conference on Statistical Properties of Nuclei, held at Albany, New York, August 23–27, 1971
Author(s):
Date:1972
Size:1 online resource (665 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-8666-1
Contents:I Introductory Session -- Welcome Address -- Introductory Talk -- Survey of Resonance Reaction Theories -- Unitary Parametrization of Nuclear Reactions -- II Analysis of Resonance Reaction Experiments -- High Resolution Neutron Cross
Sections -- High Resolution Neutron Resonance Spectroscopy in Natural Fluorine, Aluminum, Chlorine, and Potassium -- Comparison of Feshbach and R-Matrix Reaction Theories for 12C(n,n)12C -- High Resolution Proton Resonance Reactions --
Nuclear Spectroscopy Utilizing an (Alpha, Nucleon) Resonance Reaction -- III Statistics of Resonance Parameters (Part I) -- Fluctuation in Charged Particle Cross Sections -- Coherence Widths in Highly Excited Compound Nuclei --
Distribution of Neutron and Fission Widths -- Level Spacings, Correlation Functions and Statistics -- Some Properties of Level Spacing Distributions -- Recent Experimental Neutron Resonance Spectroscopy Results as a Test of Statistical
Theories of Short and Long Range Order for Level Spacing -- Deviations from the Statistical Description of Neutron Level Spacing Distributions and Stabilizing Effects of Nuclear Shells in Positions of Nuclear Excited States -- IV
Statistics of Resonance Parameters (Part II) -- Measurement of Radiative Capture Widths -- Investigation of the Capture Gamma-Ray Spectra for Individual Resonances in the 169Tm(n,y) Reaction -- Decay Properties of Nuclear Levels
Populated by the (?,??) Reaction -- The 5.5 MeV Anomalous Radiation in 205Tl (n,?)206Tl -- Correlations between Partial Widths of Different Channels -- In Search of Non-statistical Effects in Neutron Capture -- Channel Correlation
Effects for Fragmented Analog States -- V Average Resonance Parameters -- Strength Functions and Intermediate Structure -- Average Total Neutron Cross Sections of Heavy Elements at 2.7 keV -- Resonance Parameters and the Optical Model
-- Compound Nucleus Effects in 24Mg + ? Elastic Scattering at 20–23 MeV -- Structure in the (n,n?) Cross-Sections of Se Isotopes -- S- and P- Wave Strength Functions and the Spin, Isospin and Spin-Orbit Dependence of the Optical
Potential -- VI Nuclear Level Density -- A Survey of Nuclear Level Density Theories -- Distribution Theory of Nuclear Level Density and Related Quantities -- Experimental and Theoretical Nuclear Level Densities -- J-Dependence of Level
Density in 180Hf and 178Hf from Statistical Properties of Series of Resonances with Assigned Spin -- Fluctuation Analysis of Total Neutron Cross Sections -- VII Decay of the Compound Nucleus -- Evaporation Spectra -- Yields of the K
Isomer, Beta, and Ground Bands in Yb(?, xn?) 174Hf Reactions -- Products of the Reaction 12C + 209Bi -- Yrast Trapping in Heavy Ion Compound Nucleus Reactions -- The Role of Angular Momentum and Isobaric Spin in Tests of the
Independence Hypothesis -- Compound Nucleus Reactions between Oxygen Ions and 18O, 12C, and 14C Targets -- Compound Nuclear Lifetimes from Blocking Experiments in Ge and Mo -- VIII Limitations of the Compound Nucleus -- Intermediate
Structure -- Evidence for Intermediate Structure near an Isobaric Analogue Resonance -- Intermediate Structures in the Neutron Scattering Cross Sections of Iron -- 1/2+ Particle-Vibration Doorways in Compound Nuclei Pb209 and Pb207 --
Intermediate Structure in Photon Induced Reactions -- Ground-State Radiation Widths for Resonant States in 57Fe -- Threshold Photoneutrons and Photon Doorways -- XI Conclusion of the Conference Round Table Discussion of Selected Topics
-- Discussion -- ELEMENT INDEX -- LIST OF CONTRIBUTED PAPERS
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Title:Neutron Physics
Author(s): K. H Beckurts
Date:1964
Size:1 online resource (444 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-87614-1
Contents:I: Production and Nuclear Interaction of Neutrons -- 1. Physical Properties of the Neutron -- 2. Neutron Sources -- 3. Neutron Detectors -- 4. Measurement of Cross Sections -- II: The Theory of Neutron Fields -- 5. Neutron Fields . --
6. Application of Elementary Diffusion Theory -- 7. Slowing Down -- 8. The Spatial Distribution of Moderated Neutrons -- 9. Time Dependence of the Slowing-Down and Diffusion Processes -- 10. Thermalization of Neutrons -- III: The
Determination of Flux and Spectrum in a Neutron Field -- 11. Measurement of the Thermal Neutron Flux with Probes -- 12. Activation by Epithermal Neutrons -- 13. Threshold Detectors for Fast Neutrons -- 14. Standardization of Neutron
Measurements -- 15. Investigation of the Energy Distribution of Slow Neutrons -- IV: The Determination of Neutron Transport Parameters -- 16. Slowing-Down Parameters -- 17. Investigation of the Diffusion of Thermal Neutrons by
Stationary Methods -- 18. Investigation of the Diffusion, Absorption, and Thermalization of Neutrons by Non-Stationary Methods -- Append -- I. Table of Thermal Neutron Cross Sections of the Isotopes -- II. Table of Resonance Integrals
for Infinitely Dilute Absorbers (from McArthy, Persiani et al.) -- III. Table of the Functions En (x) -- IV. Tables of the Functions ?0(#x 03BD, ?) and ?1 (?, ?) -- IV.1. Values of ?0 as a Function of ?and ? -- IV.2. Values of ?1 as a
Function of ? and ? -- IV.3. Values of ?1/?0 as a Function of ? and ? -- V. Table of Time Factors -- VI. List of Symbols -- Subject-Index
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Title:Modern elementary particle physics: The fundamental particles and forces?
Author(s): G.L. Kane
Date:1993
Edition:Updated ed.
Publisher:Addison-Wesley Pub: Reading, Mass.
Size:352 pgs.
Contents:Part I: The Standard Model - 1. Survey, 2. Relativistic Notation, Lagrangians, 3. Gauge Invariance, 4. Non-Abelian Gauge Theories, 5. Dirac Notation for Spin, 6. The Standard Model Lagrangian, 7. The Electroweak Theory, 8. Masses and the Higgs Mechanism, 9. Cross Sections, Decay Widths, and Lifetimes, 10. Production of W and Z, 11. Measurement of Electroweak and QCD, 12. Accelerators - Present and Future, 13. Experiments and Detectors, 14. Low Energy and Non-Accelerator Experiments, 15. Quarks, Confinement, Light Mesons, Baryons, 16. Light Mesons, Baryons, and Strong Isospin, 17. Heavy Quarks (c, b, t), 18. Deep Inelastic Scattering and Structure Functions, 19. e+ e- Colliders and Tests of the Standard Model
Part II: Advanced Topics in the Standard Model - 20. Coupling Strengths Depend on the Momentum Transfer and on Virtual Particles, 21. Production and Detection of a Higgs Boson, 22. Quark (and Lepton) Mixing Angles, 23. Quark and Hadron Masses, 24. CP Violation, 25. Why the t-Quark and the Tau-Neutrino Must Exist
Part III: Applications of the Standard Model to Questions Beyond the Standard Model - 26. Open Questions, 27. Grand Unification, 28. Supersymmetry, 29. Neutrino Masses?
Appendices: A. Angular Momentum and Spin and SU(2), B. Some Group Theory, C. Some Relativistic Kinematics, D. The Point Cross Section, E. When Are Our Approximations Not Valid?, F. Lagrangians and Symmetries
ISBN:0201624605
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) , Standard model (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Collision phenomena in ionized gases
Author(s): Earl Wadsworth McDaniel
Date:1964
Publisher:New York : Wiley
Size:775 p
Contents:1. Fundamental concepts -- 2. Background information from the kinetic theory of gases -- 3. The theory of elastic scattering in a central force field -- 4. Measurement and calculation of elastic scattering cross sections -- 5. Ionization and excitat ion by electron impact -- 6. Inelastic collisions between heavy particles -- 7. Photoabsorption in gases -- 8. Negative ions -- 9. The mobility of gaseous ions -- 10. Diffusion of electrons and ions -- 11. Electronic energy distributions and drift velocit ies -- 12. Recombination -- 13. Surface phenomena -- The distinction between a plasma and an ordinary ionized gas -- Langevin's calculation of the diffusion and mobility coefficients.
Keywords: Collisions (Nuclear physics) , Plasma (Ionized gases)
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Title:Neutron physics
Author(s): Karl Heinrich Beckurts
Karl Wirtz
Translated by L. Dresner
Date:1964
Publisher:Springer: Berlin
Size:444 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Production and Nuclear Interaction of Neutrons - 1. Physical properties of the Neutron, 2. Neutron Sources, 3. Neutron Detectors, 4. Measurement of the Cross Sections
Part II: The Theory of Neutron fields - 5. Neutron fields, 6. Application of Elementary Diffusion Theory, 7. Slowing Down, 8. The Spatial Distriubtion of Moderated Neutrons, 9. Time Dependence of the Slowing-Down and Diffusion Processes, 10. Thermlaization of Neutrons
Part III: The Determination of Flux and Spectrum in a Neutron Field - 11. Measurement of the Thermal Neutron Flux with Probes, 12. Activation by Epithermal Neurons, 13. Threshold Detectors for Fast Neutrons, 14. Standardization of Neutron Measurements, 15. Investigation of the Energy Distribution of Slow Neutrons
Part IV: The Determination of Neutron Transport Parameters - 16. Slowing-Down Parameters, 17. Investigation of the diffusion of Thermal Neutrons by Stationary Methods, 18. Investigation of the Diffusion, Absorption and Thermalization of Neutrons by Stationary Mehtods
Appendices: I. Table of Thermal Neutron Cross Sections of the Isotopes, II. Table of Resonance Integrals for Infinitely Dilute Absorbers, III. Table of the Functions En(x), IV. Tables of the Functions, V. Table of Time Factors, VI. List of Symbols
Keywords: Neutrons.
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