Electron Scattering From Complex Nuclei V36A - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780127057019, 9780323148122

Electron Scattering From Complex Nuclei V36A

1st Edition

Authors: Herbert Uberall
eBook ISBN: 9780323148122
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1971
Page Count: 496
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Electron Scattering from Complex Nuclei, Part A covers the historical phases of experimental development in elastic and inelastic electron scattering. This five-chapter text presents the logical development of the underlying theory of electron scattering. After briefly discussing the history of electron scattering from nuclei, this book goes on describing the theory of elastic scattering from a point nucleus, both with Born approximation and the accurate solution of the Dirac equation, as well as the corresponding experiments. The following chapter considers the analysis of nuclear charge distributions experiments using Born cross section and phase-shift methods. A chapter is devoted to the complete elastic and inelastic Born theory. This chapter also deals with the derivation of a theorem on the general form of the electron-nucleus scattering cross section, with an emphasis on the influence of the neglected transverse interaction on the cross section. The last chapter presents the status of elastic scattering along with some topics in muonic atoms that also determine nuclear charge densities. This book will be of great benefit to physicists, researchers, and graduate students who are interested in nuclear structure problems.

Table of Contents



Contents of Part B

List of Symbols

Chapter 1. Introduction

1.1. Historical Remarks

1.2. Special Features of Electron Scattering Experiments

1.3. Purpose of Electron Scattering Experiments

Chapter 2. Basic Electron Scattering Theory and Low-Energy Experiments

2.1. Kinematics

2.2. The Dirac Equation

2.3. Plane-Wave Solutions; Polarization

2.4. The Mott Formula in the First Born Approximation

2.5. Higher Born Approximations for Electron Scattering

2.6. Phase-Shift Analysis of Elastic Electron Scattering

2.7. Numerical Results and Early Mott Scattering Experiments

2.8. Recent Work in Point Charge Scattering and Screening Effects

2.9. Electron Polarization Effects in Elastic Scattering

Chapter 3. Elastic Electron Scattering from Extended Nuclei

3.1. Elastic Scattering from an Extended Nucleus-Born Approximation and Early Experiments

3.2. Phase-Shift Analysis of Elastic Electron Scattering from an Extended Nucleus

3.3. Systematics of Elastic Scattering Experiments and Phenomenological Fits for Nuclear Charge Distributions

Chapter 4. Theory of the Electron Scattering Cross Section

4.1. Most General Cross Section with One-Photon Exchange

4.2. Inelastic and Elastic Born Cross Sections

4.3. Elastic Scattering from Nuclear Moments

4.4. Oriented Nuclei and Polarized Electrons

4.5. High-Energy Approximations

Chapter 5. Modern Elastic Scattering Results

5.1. Elastic Scattering from Magnetic Moments

5.2. Elastic Scattering from Deformed Nuclei

5.3. Effect of Nuclear Orientation in Elastic Scattering

5.4. Recent Elastic Scattering Analysis of Light Nuclei

5.5. Recent Studies of Medium and Heavy Nuclei

5.6. Comparison with Ground-State Properties Obtained from Muonic X-Ray Experiments

5.7. Electron Scattering from Neighboring Nuclei and Neutron Distributions

Review Articles and Books


Subject Index


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