Nuclear Spectroscopy and Reactions 40-B - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780121652029, 9780323142885

Nuclear Spectroscopy and Reactions 40-B

1st Edition

Editors: Joseph Cerny
eBook ISBN: 9780323142885
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1974
Page Count: 732
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Nuclear Spectroscopy and Reactions, Part B covers information regarding the development of nuclear spectroscopy and its reactions, while emphasizing in-beam spectroscopy. This part specifically covers charged particle spectroscopy, spectroscopy from meson-induced reactions, and neutron spectroscopy. Organized into three sections, this book first discusses charged particle spectroscopy, which includes resonance reaction, reactions involving light ions, heavy-ion-induced reaction, and specialized reaction. The next section reviews spectroscopy from meson-induced reactions, including muonic and hadronic atoms; radiative capture; and charge exchange, scattering, and direct reactions. The final section discusses neutron spectroscopy, which includes advances in measurement of neutron spectra, charge exchange reactions, and polarization phenomena.
This book is written to primarily benefit graduate students who are engaged in research that concerns nuclear spectroscopy.


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Table of Contents

List of Contributors


Contents of Other Parts

IV Charged Particle Spectroscopy

IV.A Resonance Reactions

IV.A.1 Cross-Section and Polarization Studies of Light Nuclei

IV.A.2 Isobaric Analog Studies in Light Nuclei (A<65)

IV.A.3 Isobaric Analog Resonances in Heavy Nuclei

IV.B Direct Reactions Involving Light Ions

IV.B.1 Elastic and Inelastic Scattering

IV.B.2 Transfer Reactions

IV.B.3 Polarization in Inelastic Scattering and Transfer Reactions

IV.C Heavy-Ion-Induced Reactions

IV.C.1 Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Heavy Ions

IV.C.2 Single- and Multinucleon Transfer Reactions

IV.D Specialized Reactions

IV.D.1 Level Densities and Fluctuation Phenomena

IV.D.2 Reactions at Intermediate Energies: Baryon-Nucleus Collisions, 150 MeV-l GeV

V Spectroscopy from Meson-Induced Reactions

V.A Muonic and Hadronic Atoms

I. Introduction

II. Details of Formation and Cascade

III. X-Ray Transition Energies

IV. Muonic Atoms

V. Hadronic Atoms

VI. Future Outlook


V.B Radiative Capture and Charge Exchange Reactions

I. Introduction

II. Radiative π Capture at Rest in Nuclei A<4

III. Radiative Capture in 4He

IV. Radiative Capture in Intermediate Nuclei

V. Charge Exchange Reactions

VI. Double Charge Exchange Reactions


V.C Scattering and Direct Reactions


I. Practical Matters

II. The Interaction of Pions with Nucleons

III. Pion-Nucleus Elastic Scattering

IV. Pion-Nucleus Inelastic Scattering

V. Pion Production and Absorption

VI. Special Topics


VI Neutron Spectroscopy

VI.A Advances in Measurements of Neutron Spectra

I. Introduction

II. Neutron-Hydrogen Scattering

III. Neutron-Helium-3 Reaction

IV. Neutron-Lithium-6 Reaction

V. Neutron-Helium-4 Scattering

VI. Other Neutron Detectors


VI.B Charge Exchange Reactions

I. Light Nuclei (A = 3-39)

II. Medium-A Nuclei (A = 40-100)

III. Heavy Nuclei (A>100)

IV. Coulomb Displacement Energy


VI.C Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Reactions Observed in Neutron Studies

I. Introduction

II. Polarization Produced in Elastic Scattering of Neutrons

III. Polarization of Neutrons Produced in Reactions

IV. Novel or Special Polarization Studies

V. Conclusions


Author Index

Subject Index


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