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Nuclear, Particle and Many Body Physics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125082020, 9781483259581

Nuclear, Particle and Many Body Physics

1st Edition

Editors: Philip M. Morse Bernard T. Feld Herman Feshbach
eBook ISBN: 9781483259581
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1972
Page Count: 954
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Nuclear, Particle and Many Body Physics, Volume II, is the second of two volumes dedicated to the memory of physicist Amos de-Shalit. The contributions in this volume are a testament to the respect he earned as a physicist and of the warm and rich affection he commanded as a personal friend. The book contains 41 chapters and begins with a study on the renormalization of rational Lagrangians. Separate chapters cover the scattering of high energy protons by light nuclei; approximation of the dynamics of proton-neutron systems; the scattering amplitude for the Gaussian potential; Coulomb excitation of decaying states; the and optical potential for pions propagating in nuclear matter. Subsequent chapters deal with topics such as the elastic scattering of protons from analog resonances; internal Compton scattering in a muonic atom with an excited nucleus; and a formal theory of finite nuclear systems. The book also includes a eulogy and recollections of Amos de-Shalit.

Table of Contents



Recollections of Amos de-Shalit

List of Publications

Renormalization of Rational Lagrangians

On High-Energy Scattering by Nuclei-II

The 206Pb(t,p)208Pb and 210Pb(p, t)208Pb Reactions at 20 MeV

The Roton Model of Quartets in Nuclei

Distribution Methods for Nuclear Energies, Level Densities, and Excitation Strengths

Exponentially Small Scattering Amplitude in High Energy Potential Scattering

Coulomb Excitation of Particle-Unstable States

Pions in Nuclear Matter-An Approach to the Pion-Nucleus Optical Potential

Resonant Elastic Scattering of Protons from Analog and Compound States

Group Theory and Second Quantization for Nonorthogonal Orbitals

Finite Energy Sum Rules for Forward Compton Scattering

Intensity Rules for Partial Widths of Deformed Analog Resonances

Remarks on Muonic Atoms of Nuclear Isomers

Operator Products at Almost Light like Distances

Formal Theory of Finite Nuclear Systems

An Apparatus of the NBC Type and the Physics Results Obtained

Factorization in High Energy Hadron Collisions

Analysis of Separation Energies

Semiclassical Theory of a Nuclear Josephson Effect in Reactions Between Heavy Ions

Coherent Production of Pions

Elementary Algebra of the Euclidean Group, with Application to Magnetic Charge Quantization

Measurements and Models of the Level Structure of 42Sc

Partons and Their Applications at High Energies

Core Polarization and the Effective Interaction between Nucleons in a Nucleus

Composite Models of the Baryons and Electromagnetic Decays

Hindrance Phenomena in Unique First- and Third-Forbidden ß-Decay

Study of the 1.704 MeV 1+ State in 206Pb

Transfer Reactions below the Coulomb Barrier

Validity of the Sopkovich Approximation

Strangeness Analog Resonances

Properties of the Breaking of Hadronic Internal Symmetry

Two Body Contribution to the Effective Radius Operator

A Discussion of the Role of Dispersion Effects on Isotopic Charge Density Variations

The Spectra of near-Magic Odd-Odd Nuclei and the Effective Interaction

Investigation of the 3He→(d→, p)4He Reaction with Polarized Beam and Target at 430 keV

Neutron Starquakes and Pulsar Speedup

An Algebra of Currents and Gradient Terms

Scaling Properties in Inelastic Electron Scattering with a Fixed Final Multiplicity

Fresnel Diffraction in Deuterium

On the Diffraction Model of Transfer Reactions

Evidence for Quartet Structures in the Nickel Region

Author Index

Subject Index


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Philip M. Morse

Bernard T. Feld

Herman Feshbach

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