Theoretical Nuclear Physics
by John M. Blatt, Victor F. Weisskopf
Publisher: Wiley 1952
Number of pages: 864
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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by Jay Orear - Cornell University
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.
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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.
- U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment
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