Proceedings of the Conference on Nuclear Structure in the Nineties

Proceedings of the Conference on Nuclear Structure in the Nineties

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, April 23-27, 1990

1st Edition - January 1, 1990

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  • Editor: Noah R. Johnson
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483265308

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Table of Contents

  • Preface


    Session Ia: Exotic Nuclear Shapes

    Chapter 1. a Variety of Shapes Occurring in Different States of Atomic Nuclei

    Chapter 2. Superdeformation - An Experimental Overview

    Session Ib: Superdeformation

    Chapter 3. Superdeformations - a Theoretical Overview

    Chapter 4. Band Crossing in the Superdeformed Band of 146gd

    Session IIa: Superdeformation in the Hg-Pb-Tl Region

    Chapter 5. Superdeformation in the Mercury Nuclei

    Chapter 6. Spin Alignment in Superdeformed Rotational Bands

    Chapter 7. Evidence for Octupole Softness of the Superdeformed Shape from Band Interactions in 193,4hg

    Chapter 8. Properties of Superdeformed Bands in the a = 194 Region

    Chapter 9. Superdeformed Bands in 194Tl

    Chapter 10. Superdeformation in 194pb

    Chapter 11. Evidence of Time Delay in the Decay of the Superdeformed Bands of 191,192hg

    Session IIb: Superdeformation

    Chapter 12. Studies in Superdeformation at Chalk River

    Chapter 13. Alpha-Particle Emission as a Probe of Nuclear Shapes and Structure Effects in Proton Evaporation Spectra

    Chapter 14. Population of Superdeformed Bands, The Competition with Fission, and the Barrier between Normal and Superdeformed States

    Chapter 15. a Model for the Decay Out of Superdeformed Bands

    Chapter 16. Level Spin and Moments of Inertia in Superdeformed Nuclei near a = 194

    Chapter 17. Superdeformed Bands In147gd83, a Possible Test of the Existence of Octupole Correlations in Superdeformed Bands

    Session IIIa: Properties of Nuclei at High Spin

    Chapter 18. Perturbed and Hidden Bandcrossings

    Chapter 19. Double Blocking in Doubly Odd Deformed Nuclei

    Chapter 20. Collectively-Rotating Oblate Bands in the A~130 Mass Region

    Session IVa: Triaxial Deformation

    Chapter 25. What Do We Know about Triaxial Nuclear Shape?

    Chapter 26. is theSignature Inersion of Energy Levels Due to the γ-Degree of Freedom?

    Chapter 27. K-Selection Or Barrier Penetration?

    Session IVb: Octupole Deformation

    Chapter 28. Low-Energy Octupole and Dipole Modes in Nuclei

    Chapter 29. High-Spin Yrast Isomers in 211rn and 212rn with Enhanced E3 Decays

    Chapter 30. Reflection asymmetry in the near Spherical Nucleus, 219fr

    Chapter 31. Global Nuclear-Structure Calculations

    Session Va: Nuclei Far from Stability

    Chapter 32. New Insights into Nuclear Structure from Nuclei Far from Stability

    Chapter 33. Mass Measurements of Exotic Fragments

    Chapter 34. Neutron Halos and Exotic Modes

    Chapter 35. Electric Monopole Transitions and Shape Coexistence in Nuclei

    Session Vb: Electromagnetic Properties at High Spin

    Chapter 36. Dynamics of Collective Motion

    Chapter 37. Lifetime Measurements of High Spin States in Yb Nuclei

    Chapter 38. Finite Particle Number Effect in High Spin B(E2)'S

    Session VIa: Static and Dynamic Pairing

    Chapter 39. How Can We Tell The Transition from the Superconducting to the Normal Phase?

    Chapter 40. Pairing Correlations and Two-Nucleon Transfer between Heavy Nuclei

    Chapter 41. Chaos in Nuclei

    Session VIb: Warm Nuclei . . . T≤1 Mev

    Chapter 42. The Population of Superdeformed Bands in the A=150 Region by Compound Reactions

    Chapter 43. Fluctuation Analysis of Rotational Motion in Warm Atomic Nuclei

    Chapter 44. Study of Spin-Temperature Effects Using Energy-Ordered Continuum Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy Technique

    Chapter 45. Thermal Shape Fluctuations at Constant Energy

    Session VIIa: Nuclei at Higher Temperatures

    Chapter 46. Limits of Nuclear Stability at Finite Temperature Explored with Giant Resonances

    Chapter 47. Limiting Temperatures for Collective Motion in Nuclei

    Session VIIb: Giant Resonances and Their Photon Decay

    Chapter 48. Dipole Excitations on the Neutron Drip Line

    Chapter 49. Gamma-Decay of Giant Resonances

    Chapter 50. Excitation and Photon Decay of Giant Multipole Resonances

    Session VIIIa. a Look Forward to the Nineties

    Chapter 51. The Gammasphere

    Chapter 52. Eurogam - a High Efficiency Escape Suppressed Spectrometer Array

    Chapter 53. Development of Composite Ge Detectors for Euroball

    Chapter 54. a Survey of Physics to Be Addressed Using Recoil Mass Separators

    Session VIIIb: a Look Forward to the Nineties

    Chapter 55. New Physics to Be Learned from Radioactive Beams and Nuclear Fragmentation

    Chapter 56. Future Physics with a Proposed Radioactive Beam Facility in the United States

    Chapter 57. Perspectives in the Study of Nuclear Spectra: Oak Ridge 1990

    List of Conference Participants

    Author Index

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  • No. of pages: 765
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © North Holland 1990
  • Published: January 1, 1990
  • Imprint: North Holland
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483265308

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