40 leading specialists review the modern developments of nuclear structure physics.
Preface. Single Particle Motion. Some periods in the history of nuclear physics with particular emphasis on the compound nucleus (B.R. Mottelson). Nuclear charge and magnetization densities of single particle states (B. Frois). Effective masses and the nuclear mean field (C. Mahaux and R. Sartor). Deep-hole and high-lying particle states in heavy nuclei (S. Gales). Single particle dynamics (P. Siemens and A.S. Jensen). Single-particle motion in rapidly rotating nuclei (R. Bengtsson and H. Frisk). The single-particle'' spectrum of states: Correlated or uncorrelated? (J.D. Garrett). Critical analysis of the cranking (I. Hamamoto). Collective Motion at Low Excitation Energy. The low energy nuclear spectrum in terms of IBM (A. Arima). Microscopic approach to nuclear anharmonicities (H. Matsuo, Y.R. Shimizu and K. Matsuyanagi). Large scale nuclear structure studies (A. Faessler). Nuclear dynamics of zero point fluctuations in ordinary and in gauge space (R.A. Broglia, F. Barranco and M. Gallardo). Statistics and the shell model (H. A. Weidenmüller). Transition densities with electron scattering (J. Heisenberg).Static'' octupole deformation (G. Leander). Static'' octupole deformation at high spin (W. Nazarewicz). Perspectives. Perspectives on electron scattering (I. Sick). Relativistic heavy ion physics (O. Hansen). Supernovae and nuclear structure: Electron capture and the nuclear incompressibility (J. Cooperstein). Collective Motion at High Angular Momentum. Nuclear shapes studied by Coulomb excitation (D. Cline). Experimental evidence for shape changes at high spin (P.J. Twin). Dynamical pairing correlations in rotating nuclei (Z. Szymanski).
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- 1st January 1985
- North Holland
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