Lattice QCD and Nuclear Physics
by Sinya Aoki
Publisher: arXiv.org 2010
Number of pages: 61
From the table of contents: Intorduction - Nuclear Forces; Phase Shift from Lattice QCD - Luescher's formula in the finite volume; Nuclear Potential from Lattice QCD; Repulsive core and operator product expansion in QCD; Concluding Remarks.
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