e-books in Nuclear Physics category
by Bo N. Nilsson - De Gruyter Open Ltd , 2015
The textbook includes more than a hundred exercises and solutions to applied problems suitable for courses in basic radiation physics. Each chapter begins with a summary of important definitions and relations useful for the subject.
by J. Pearson - University of Manchester , 2008
From the table of contents: Basic Terminology; Nuclear Properties; Nuclear Models; Collective Excitations (Nuclear Vibrations, Nuclear Rotations); Alpha-decay (Fine Structure of alpha-decay); Beta-decay; Gamma-ray Emission; and more.
by Neal O. Hines - United States Atomic Energy Commission , 1966
This book describes the environmental investigations that have been conducted with the aid of the atom since the first atomic detonation near Alamogordo, in 1945. The story is one of beginnings that point the way to a new understanding of the world.
- U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment , 1995
While the focus of the study is on the TPX and alternate concepts, it also provides a history of the overall fusion energy program. With this context, the study identifies (but does not answer) some underlying questions that must be addressed.
by Jenny Thomas - University College London , 2000
These notes will provide introductory coverage of modern particle physics, complete coverage of nuclear physics principals relevant to modern day nuclear physics usage, and comprehensive coverage of principals of particle detection and measurement.
by E. B. Podgorsak (ed.) - International Atomic Energy Agency , 2005
This book is dedicated to students and teachers involved in programmes that train professionals for work in radiation oncology. It provides a compilation of facts on the physics as applied to radiation oncology and it is useful to graduate students.
- International Atomic Energy Agency , 2012
This reference book for graduate students provides an introduction to nuclear fusion and its prospects, and features specialized chapters written by leaders in the field, presenting the main research and development concepts in fusion physics.
by Loyce McIlhenny - US Atomic Energy Commission , 1964
Nuclear energy is playing a vital role in the life of every man today. It is essential that all Americans gain an understanding of this vital force if they are to realize fully the myriad benefits that nuclear energy offers them.
by John M. Blatt, Victor F. Weisskopf - Wiley , 1952
A clear and cogent investigation 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.
by A. K. Chaudhuri - arXiv , 2012
Some concepts in relativistic heavy ion collisions are discussed. To a large extent, the discussions are non-comprehensive and non-rigorous. It is intended for graduate students who are intending to pursue career in high energy nuclear physics.
by Maarten Golterman - arXiv , 2010
These notes provide a pedagogical introduction to the subject. Topics covered include an introduction, inclusion of scaling violations in chiral perturbation theory, partial quenching and mixed actions, chiral perturbation theory with heavy kaons.
by Feriz Adrovic - InTech , 2012
This book brings new research insights on the properties and behavior of gamma radiation, studies from a wide range of options of gamma radiation applications in Nuclear Physics, industrial processes, Environmental Science, Radiation Biology, etc.
by Amir Zacarias Mesquita - InTech , 2012
A comprehensive review of nuclear reactors technology from authors across the globe. Topics include: Flow Instability in Material Testing Reactors; Decay Heat and Nuclear Data; Improving the Performance of the Power Monitoring Channel; and more.
by Nirmal Singh - InTech , 2011
The book Radioisotopes - Applications in Physical Sciences is divided into three sections namely: Radioisotopes and Some Physical Aspects, Radioisotopes in Environment and Radioisotopes in Power System Space Applications.
by Niels Walet - UMIST , 2003
In these lecture notes the author shall discuss nuclear and particle physics on a somewhat phenomenological level. The mathematical sophistication shall be rather limited, with an emphasis on the physics and on symmetry aspects.
by C. Sharp Cook - Van Nostrand , 1961
The general coverage of the subject of atomic and nuclear physics provides the student who is planning to continue his studies of physics a reason able base for an understanding of many of the advanced texts and courses that he encounters later.
by Howard Matis - CPEP , 2003
You don't have to be a nuclear physicist to understand nuclear science. The Wall Chart was created to explain to a broad audience the basic concepts of nuclear structure, radioactivity, and nuclear reactions as well as to highlight current research.
by Walter Pfeifer - arXiv , 2003
This work introduces into the Interacting Boson Model, created in 1974 and then extended by numerous papers. Many-body configurations with s- and d-boson states are described and creation- and annihilation-operators for bosons are introduced.
by S. Scherer - arXiv , 2002
This book provides a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts of chiral perturbation theory and is designed as a text for a two-semester course on that topic. Various examples with increasing chiral orders and complexity are given.
by F. Smarandache, V. Christianto - InfoLearnQuest , 2007
The book covers a wide-range of issues from alternative hadron models to their likely implications to New Energy research, including alternative interpretation of coldfusion phenomena. The authors explored some new approaches to particle physics.
by Jay Orear - Cornell University , 2004
Cornell Emeritus Professor Jay Orear discusses his relationship with his former professor and mentor Enrico Fermi. The book also includes discussions of Fermi by other scientists, most of whom presented their papers honoring Fermi's career.
by Joseph P. Hornak - Rochester Institute of Technology , 1999
Nuclear magnetic resonance, or NMR as it is abbreviated by scientists, is a phenomenon which occurs when the nuclei of certain atoms are immersed in a static magnetic field and exposed to a second oscillating magnetic field.
by Gennady Gorelik - American Institute of Physics , 2005
Sakharov, the father of the Soviet Union's hydrogen bomb, went on to struggle for human rights, peace and democracy, sacrificing his high position for exile and repression. His pilgrimage is explained by his biographer and illuminated with photos.
by Naomi Pasachoff - American Institute of Physics , 2005
Marie Curie opened up the science of radioactivity. She is best known as the discoverer of polonium and radium and as the first person to win two Nobel prizes. Her radium was a key to a change in our understanding of matter and energy.
by Kieran Maher - Wikibooks , 2006
Nuclear Medicine is a fascinating application of nuclear physics. The first ten chapters of this book support a basic introductory course in an early semester of an undergraduate program. Additional chapters cover more advanced topics in this field.