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Microscopic theory of collective resonances of light nuclei

Gennadiĭ Fedorovich Filippov

Microscopic theory of collective resonances of light nuclei

by Gennadiĭ Fedorovich Filippov

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Published by Editrice Compositori in Bologna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance.,
  • Cluster theory (Nuclear physics),
  • Photonuclear reactions.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-38).

    StatementG.F. Filippov.
    SeriesLa Rivista del nuovo cimento,, v. 12, n. 9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC762 .F55 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1591115M
    LC Control Number91120956

    align the microscope optics, but also how to acquire electronic images and perform image processing. Thus, the focus of the book is on the integrated microscope system, with foundations in optical theory but extensions into electronic imaging. Accordingly, the cover shows the conjugate field and aperture planes of the light microscope under. Y. Suzuki, R.G. Lovas, K. Yabana and K. Varga “Structure and Reactions of Light Exotic Nuclei”, Taylor & Francis, The reaction part of this book discusses only high-energy Glauber and semiclassical methods, and the structure part gives details of cluster model approaches to p-shell nuclei.

    Y. Suzuki, R.G. Lovas, K. Yabana and K. Varga “ Structure and Reactions of Light Exotic Nuclei ”, Taylor & Francis, The reaction part of this book discusses only high-energy Glauber and semiclassical methods, and the structure part gives details of cluster model approaches to p-shell nuclei. N and ¢ resonances [8], the meson resonances like the ‰, the ¾, the K⁄ [9] and, the much talked about exotic baryon resonances also [14]. This and the experience from the study of the -3He flnal state interaction in the p + d! + 3He reaction [15] encouraged us to locate resonances in the -light nuclei systems. 4. Results and.

    Introduction to Group Theory of Multiparticle Configurations References 10 Light Nuclei A ShortWalk along the Beginning of the Nuclear Chart Halo in Quantum Systems Nuclear Halos One-Body Halo Two-Body Halos Efimov States References 11 Many-Body Operator.   --High spin states in rare earth nuclei studied by (heavy ion, xn) reactions --Fusion of 'Light' heavy' ions --Theory of electron scattering --Photonuclear reactions --Electromagnettc sum rules --Inelastic electron scattering --The strange behaviour of nuclei at high spin states --Collective motions and band structures in A = 60 , even-even.


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Microscopic theory of collective resonances of light nuclei by Gennadiĭ Fedorovich Filippov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thus, theoretical calculations reveal that light atomic nuclei have very narrow resonances whose excitation energy exceeds 20MeV. In resonance states the energy transmitted in this way or another to a nucleon system is distributed uniformly between all nucleons participating in a synchronous collective motion, and does not come back immediately to open channels of the Cited by: Description of resonances in light nuclei using a microscopic cluster model.

The relativistic random phase approximation (RRPA) has been employed in studies of nuclear compression modes, nuclear matter asymmetry energy, multipole giant resonances and low-lying collective states in spherical nuclei, the evolution of the low-lying isovector dipole response in nuclei with a large neutron excess, pygmy resonances, isoscalar Cited by: This book provides a simple presentation of the models and theory of nuclear collective structure, with an emphasis on the physical content and the ways they are used to interpret data.

Part 1. A relativistic mean field description of collective excitations of atomic nuclei is studied in the framework of a fully self-consistent relativistic random phase approximation (RRPA).

This articles reviews the development of a microscopic theory of nuclear collective structure as a submodel of the nuclear-shell model. It starts by showing how the so-called geometrical (Bohr-Mottelson-Frankfurt) collective model must be augmented by the addition of vortex spin degrees of freedom to make it compatible with the shell model.

A review is given of the present status of the theory of giant resonances in cold nuclei. We first focus on a macroscopic description in terms of viscous hydrodynamics and sum rules which historically have played a substantial role in the interpretation of giant resonances as highly collective modes.

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The isovector giant dipole resonance (IVGDR or commonly known as GDR) is a member of a broad family of collective resonances in nuclei called giant resonances.Macroscopically, it is conceived as the out-of-phase oscillation of proton and neutron fluids, while microscopically, it is described as the coherent excitation of 1 particle–1 hole (1 p – 1 h) configurations across one major.

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Light nuclei from first principles September 17 - Novem Overview The past decade has been revolutionary for nuclear physics. We have seen the emergence of new and improved theories and computational methods leading to remarkable progress in our understanding of the nuclear force and our ability to describe nuclei from first principles.

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An overview on the various effects of axial symmetry breaking is presented for medium heavy and heavy nuclei covering the mass number range 70 nuclei: level densities, spectroscopic features as energies and transition rates, ground state masses and finally the splitting of giant dipole resonances.

of ηbound states with these nuclei [4]. A new theoretical analysis of the problem [5] predicted a binding of the η–meson to 12C and heavier nuclei, however, with rather large widths. The formation of an η4Hebound state was studied in a more recent work by Wycech et al.

[6], using a modified multiple scat-tering theory. Nuclear theory: pairing force correlations and collective motion by Lane, Anthony Milner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at scheme demonstrate that collective modes in light nuclei emerge from rst principles.

The low-lying states of 6Li, 8Be, and 6He are shown to exhibit orderly patterns that favor spatial con gurations with strong quadrupole deformation and complementary low intrinsic spin values, a picture that is consistent with the nuclear symplectic model. On Microscopic Description of Light Nuclei Scattering Aug Jaegwon Yoo microscopic theory of few-body nuclear scattering and -Experiments with exotic nuclei to test theory, and to find new phenomena -Observational data from nuclear astrophysics.

Status of studies of light nuclei 4 1. Alpha-conjugate systems; N-alpha structures and chains 4 2. Molecular structures in neutron-rich nuclei 11 3. Key measurements that constrain ab initio theory 13 III.

Microscopic cluster models and antisymmetrized molecular dynamics 13 A. Overview of microscopic cluster models Pigmy and Giant Dipole States in Light Neutron-Rich Nuclei (H Sagawa & T Suzuki) An Interpretation of the Superfine Structure in Neutron Resonances (K Tanabe & K Ideno) and other papers; Readership: Nuclear physicists and advanced level university students in physics.

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Symmetry-Unrestricted Gogny-Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov Calculation for Ground-State Properties of Neutron-Rich Nuclei p.

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Physics of Atomic Nuclei by Vladimir Zelevinsky,available at Book Depository with free delivery Recoil Corrections Introduction to Group Theory of Multiparticle Configurations References 10 Light Nuclei A ShortWalk along the Beginning of the Nuclear Chart Halo in Quantum Systems Microscopic predictions for the production of neutron-rich nuclei in the reaction Yb + Yb Physical Review C3 () Hammerton K, Morrissey D, Kohley Z, Hinde D, Dasgupta M, Wakhle A, Williams E, Carter I, Cook K, Greene J, Jeung D, Luong D, McNeil S, Palshetkar C, Rafferty D, Simenel C, Stiefel K.