International Conference on Nuclear Structure - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483228914, 9781483257082

International Conference on Nuclear Structure

1st Edition

Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Structure (9th EPS Nuclear Physics Divisional Conference), Amsterdam, August 30–September 3, 1982

Editors: A. Van Der Woude B. J. Verhaar
eBook ISBN: 9781483257082
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 542
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International Conference on Nuclear Structure presents the status of research in nuclear structure. This book covers the more traditional topics, including giant resonances, high-spin states, current and momentum distributions in nuclei, and single particle and collective excitations at low excitation energy. Organized into eight sessions, this book begins with an overview of the experiments with low momentum antiprotons. This text then examines the interaction between two free nucleons, which can be described by their scattering matrix, by their scattering cross sections, or by relativistic or nonrelativistic potentials. Other sessions consider the results on neutron-hole states in the Zr, Sn, and Pb region from pic-up measurements. This book discusses as well the progress in the investigation of high-spin magnetic observables in medium and heavy nuclei. The final chapter deals with the methods of performing measurements of neutrino masses. This book is a valuable resource for nuclear physicists, scientists, and research workers.

Table of Contents


Opening Addresses

D.M. Schenkeveld

J.J.J. Kokkedee

Session I: Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction

Quarks and the Nucleon-Antinucleon Interaction

From Free to Effective Nucleon-Nucleon Interactions

The Experimental Determination of the Effective Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction for P-Nucleus Reactions at Intermediate Energies

Session II: Single-Particle Aspects of Nuclei

Deep Hole States

The Dominance of High-Spin Two-Particle One-Hole Transitions in (p,π-) Reactions

Magnetic Electron Scattering - Comparison with Other Reactions

Statistical Nuclear Spectroscopy

Normal- and Nonnormal-Parity States in P-Shell Nuclei

Nuclear Orientation of Neutron Deficient Isotopes in the Z = 50 Region

Session III: Giant Resonances

Gamow-Teller and Ml Resonances

Proton Excitation of the Ml Resonances in the Ni Isotopes

Giant Resonances

Nuclear Fluid Dynamics for Giant Resonances

Quenching of Single Particle Spin-Isospin Operators with Δl = 1 and Higher Multipoles in Medium Heavy Nuclei

Pionic Fusion - A Tool to Coherently Produce New Isotopes

Session IV: Symmetry Violation in Nuclei

Symmetry Violations in the Nuclear Interaction

Parity Mixing in 21Ne; Evidence for Weak Neutral Currents in Nuclei

Session V: Collective Excitations

Algebraic Approach to Nuclear Structure

Experimental Aspects of the Interacting Boson Approximation

Microscopic Aspects of the IBA

A Study of Proton Scattering On A = 92-116 Nuclei With Extended Optical Models and the Interacting Boson Approximation

IBA and the Bohr-Mottelson Model

High Spin States

Evolution of Nuclear Shapes in 157-161Yb as A Function of Spin and Neutron Number

Spin Dependence and Angular Correlation of Giant Resonances in (HI,xn) Reactions

Electromagnetic Properties of High Spin States

Session VI: N0n-Nucle0nic Degrees of Freedom

Quarks in Nuclei

Role of the Δ(1232) in Nuclear Isovector-Spin Transitions

Session VII: Mass, Charge and Current Densities

Charge and Current Transition Densities

Radial Distribution of Nucleons in the Isotopes 48,40Ca

A Precise Determination of the 3s Proton Orbit

Nuclear Structure in Pion Scattering and Charge Exchange

Study of Isovector Resonances with Pion Charge Exchange

Electron Scattering and Nuclear Constituents

Session VIII: Neutrino Mass and Neutrino Oscillations

Do Neutrinos Oscillate?

Determination of the Electron-Neutrino Mass from Experiments on Electron-Capture Beta Decay

Summary Talk

Closing Remarks

Conference Participants

List of Conference Participants

Author Index


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A. Van Der Woude

B. J. Verhaar

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