- Author:I.S. Towner
- Publisher:Oxford University Press (June 9, 1977)
- Pages:394 pages
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The author has to address both of these problems in this book, along with many other issues that arise in nuclear and subnuclear physics. You can get a thorough grounding in the theoretical aspects of modelling a nucleus. The many-body treatments are sophisticated.
The author has to address both of these problems in this book, along with many other issues that arise in nuclear and subnuclear physics. The experimental and theoretical techniques that are used to study nuclear systems are impressive, considering the relatively small amount of time that nuclear physics has been around. Some of these techniques are discussed in this book, and some are only mentioned but with pointers to the literature for further reading. It does mean that the text may not be the easiest to read.
Castel, I. S. Towner. 9780198517283 Hardback 07 June 1990 Oxford Studies in Nuclear Physics. 9780198504016 Hardback 17 April 2008 Oxford Studies in Nuclear Physics. Theory of Nuclear Reactions. Nuclear Density Functional Theory. I. Zh. Petkov, M. V. Stoitsov. 9780198517313 Hardback 01 August 1991 Oxford Studies in Nuclear Physics. P. Fröbrich, R. Lipperheide. 9780198537830 Hardback 04 July 1996 Oxford Studies in Nuclear Physics.
Items related to Interacting Boson Models of Nuclear Structure (Oxford. And, for the description of odd nuclei, the interacting boson-fermion model has been introduced, and nuclear. The value of this model lies in the fact that the traditional shell model of nuclear structure is limited in its application to light nuclei or heavier nuclei with only a few valence nucleons outside closed shells. Beyond these limits, the model requires prohibitively large-scale calculations. And, for the description of odd nuclei, the interacting boson-fermion model has been introduced, and nuclear supersymmetries associated with it have been analyzed.
In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry, the nuclear shell model is a model of the atomic nucleus which uses the Pauli exclusion principle to describe the structure of the nucleus in terms of energy levels. The first shell model was proposed by Dmitry Ivanenko (together with E. Gapon) in 1932
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