Contemporary Models of the Atomic Nucleus - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080098401, 9781483149011

Contemporary Models of the Atomic Nucleus

1st Edition

Authors: P. E. Nemirovskii
eBook ISBN: 9781483149011
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1963
Page Count: 344
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Description

Contemporary Models of the Atomic Nucleus discusses nuclear structure and properties, expounding contemporary theoretical concepts of the low-energy nuclear processes underlying in nuclear models. This book focuses on subjects such as the optical nuclear model, unified or collective model, and deuteron stripping reaction. Other topics discussed include the basic nuclear properties; shell model; theoretical analysis of the shell model; and radiative transitions and alpha-decay. The deuteron theory and the liquid drop nuclear model with its application to fission theory are also mentioned, but only briefly discussed. This publication benefits students and researchers conducting work on nuclear physics, specifically on the constituents and interactions of the atomic nucleus.

Table of Contents


Foreword

Introduction

Chapter I. Basic Nuclear Properties

1. Spin and Parity of Atomic Nuclei

2. Nuclear Magnetic and Electric Moments

3. Isotopic Spin

4. Nuclear Size and Shape

Chapter II. The Shell Model

5. Nuclear Shells

6. Light Nuclei

7. Schemes for the Filling of Shells for Different Single-Particle Potentials

8. Excited States of Light Nuclei

9. Magic Numbers

10. Pairing Energy

11. Other Regularities Connected with Magic Numbers

12. Spins and Magnetic Moments of Nuclei with 28 < Z < 58 and 28 < N < 82 79

13. Heavy Nuclei

Chapter III. The Unified or Collective Nuclear Model

14. Shortcomings of the Shell Model

15. General Theory of Deformed Nuclei

16. Rotational Spectra of Even-Even Nuclei

17. Interaction between Collective and Single-Particle Degrees of Freedom

18. Single-Particle Levels of Deformed Nuclei

19. Quadrupole Moment Theory

20. Nuclear Moments of Inertia

21. Rotation of Nuclei possessing no Axial Symmetry

Chapter IV. The Optical Model Page

22. Statement of the Problem

23. Nucleon Scattering by a Complex Potential

24. The Cross-Section Averaging Method

25. Slow Neutrons

26. Slow-Neutron Scattering by Non-Spherical Nuclei

27. Cross-Sections for Neutron-Nucleus Interactions at Low Energies

28. Neutron Polarization

29. Inelastic Scattering Cross-Sections

30. The Interaction of High-Energy Nucleons with Nuclei

31. Elementary Theory of the Absorption Coefficient of Nuclear Matter

Chapter V. The Shell Model. Theoretical Analysis

32. Connection between the Optical and Shell Models

33. Many-Particle Configurations

34. The Stripping Reaction

Chapter VI. Radiative Transitions and Alpha-Decay

35. Radiative Transitions in Terms of the Shell Model

36. Radiative Transitions between Rotational and Vibrational Levels

37. Application of the Unified Model to Alpha-Decay Theory

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Appendix 4

References


Details

No. of pages:
344
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1963
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483149011

About the Author

P. E. Nemirovskii