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Nuclear Research with Low Energy Accelerators describes the various programs using low energy accelerators. This book discusses the various techniques and instruments that are available, including beam pulsing or the use of sophisticated high-resolution detecting systems. Comprised of 23 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the application of lithium-drifted germanium gamma-ray detectors in single detector systems from the perspective of obtaining optimum performance. This text then discusses the nuclear electromagnetic transition probabilities that can be measured by different methods, including Coulomb excitation, electron scattering, and nuclear resonance fluorescence. Other chapters explain the general characteristics and geometry of a coincidence–anticoincidence spectrometer. This book discusses as well the different uses of magnetic spectrometers in experimental studies of nuclear physics. The final chapter deals with the easy access to fast digital computers to obtain more sophisticated raw information. This book is a valuable resource for physicists, nuclear physicists, and astrophysicists.
Technical Problems in the Applications of Ge(Li) Gamma-Ray Detectors
Gamma-Ray Angular Correlation Studies and Isobaric Analog States in 2s-1d Shell Nuclei
Lifetime Measurements with Bremsstrahlung
A Coincidence-Anticoincidence Ge(Li)-NaI(Tl) System
Uses of Magnetic Spectrometers
Mössbauer Studies with Van de Graaff Accelerators
(p,n) and (d,n) Time-of-Flight Experiments
Gamma Rays from Neutron Inelastic Scattering
Multiparticle Nuclear Reactions
Precision Elastic Scattering Experiments
Neutron Polarization Studies
Survey of (n,z) Reactions
Neutron Inelastic Scattering by Time-of-Flight
Particle-Gamma Angular Correlation Experiments
Shell Model Calculations
Theoretical Problems in Low Energy Reactions
Isobaric Spin Effects in Nuclear Reactions
Summary and Outlook
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- © Academic Press 1967
- 1st January 1967
- Academic Press
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