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by W. D. Myers,R. W. Hasse

eBook Geometrical Relationships of Macroscopic Nuclear Physics (Springer Series in Nuclear and Particle Physics) ePub
Author: W. D. Myers,R. W. Hasse
Language: English
ISBN: 0387175105
ISBN13: 978-0387175102
Publisher: Springer Verlag; 1St Edition edition (April 1, 1988)
Pages: 141
Category: Physics
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.7
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Part of the Springer Series in Nuclear and Particle Physics book series (SSNUCLEAR).

Part of the Springer Series in Nuclear and Particle Physics book series (SSNUCLEAR). The aim of this book is to provide a single reference source for the wealth of geometrical formulae and relationships that have proven useful in the descrip­ tion of atomic nuclei and nuclear processes. While many of the sections may be useful to students and instructors it is not a text book but rather a reference book for experimentalists and theoreticians working in this field. In addition the authors have avoided critical assessment of the material presented except, of course, by variations in emphasis.

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W. Hasse, William D. Myers. The aim of this book is to provide a single reference source for the wealth of geometrical formulae and relationships that have proven useful in the descrip tion of atomic nuclei and nuclear processes

W. In addition the authors have avoided critical assessment of the material presented except, of course, by variations in emphasis

This book brings together in one place all the formulae and relationships of macroscopic (liquid drop model) nuclear physics. The various parameterizations for nuclear shapes and density distributions that have been developed for.

This book brings together in one place all the formulae and relationships of macroscopic (liquid drop model) nuclear physics. The various parameterizations for nuclear shapes and density distributions that have been developed for discussing nuclear ground state properties and fission and heavy-ion reactions are presented and, when possible, relations between them are given.

1988, Springer-Verlag. Libraries near you: WorldCat.

Geometry, Mathematics, Nuclear liquid drop model, Nuclear physics. 1988, Springer-Verlag.

This book is based on the course in theoretical nuclear physics that has been given by the author for some years at the T. G. Shevchenko Kiev State . Series: Springer Series in Nuclear and Particle Physics. Paperback: 294 pages. Shevchenko Kiev State University. This text is intended as an introduction to the nonrelativistic theory of po­ tential scattering.

Springer series in nuclear and particle physics. General Note: Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. 127-131. Personal Name: Myers, William D. Uniform Title: Springer series in nuclear and particle physics. Rubrics: Nuclear liquid drop model Nuclear physics Mathematics Geometry. by Gerhard Grensing, University of Kiel. ISBN: 9789814472708 (electronic b.

PDF Nuclear fission is hindered by dissipation Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 838 (Springer, Berlin, 2012)

Lecture Notes in Physics Vol. 838 (Springer, Berlin, 2012). D. Hilscher and H. Rossner, Ann. Phys. R. W. Hass and W. Myers, Geometrical Relationships of. Macroscopic Nuclear Physics (Springer, New York, 1988), and. references therein. A. V. Ignatyuk et a. Sov.

In reactor physics, the concept of buckling is used to describe the relationship between requirements . Nuclear and Particle Physics.

In reactor physics, the concept of buckling is used to describe the relationship between requirements on fissile material inside a reactor core and dimensions and shape of that core. In general, criticality is achieved when the rate of neutron production is equal to the rate of neutron losses, including both neutron absorption and neutron leakage. Geometrical buckling is a measure of neutron leakage, while material buckling is a measure of neutron production minus absorption.

Synopsis: "Nuclear and Particle Physics" both have been very distinct subjects for decades, and are now developing more and more interfaces. Thus, hitherto typical methods of particle physics are adopted by nuclear physics.

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