**Theoretical Nuclear Physics**

by John M. Blatt, Victor F. Weisskopf

**Publisher**: Wiley 1952**ISBN/ASIN**: 0486668274**Number of pages**: 864

**Description**:

An uncommonly clear and cogent investigation and correlation of key aspects of theoretical nuclear physics by leading experts: the nucleus, nuclear forces, nuclear spectroscopy, two-, three- and four-body problems, nuclear reactions, beta-decay and nuclear shell structure. Directed to the experimental physicist working in nuclear physics or graduate students who know the essential concepts and problems.

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