The Euroschool lectures on physics with exotic beams
- The Why and How of Radioactive Beams.- Shell Model from a Practitioner's Point of View.- Halo Nuclei.- In-Flight Separation of Projectile Fragments.- Measurement of Mass and Beta-Lifetime of Stored Exotic Nuclei.- Traps for Rare Isotopes.- Decay Studies of NZ-Nuclei.- Gamma-Ray and Conversion-Electron Spectrosopy of Exotic Heavy Nuclei.- Selected Topics in Reaction Studies with Exotic Beams.- Weak Interaction Studies by Precision Decay Experiments in Nuclear Beta Decay.- Nuclear Processes in Stellar Environments.- Medical Applications of Accelerated Ions.
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- Nuclear Halos and Experiments to Probe Them.- Isotope Separtion On-Line and Post Acceleration.- Gamma-Ray Arrays: Past, Present and Future.- Nuclear Moments.- Spallation Reactions in Applied and Fundamental Research.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Research with radioactive ion beams has entered a new era with the advent of energetic beams of radioactive nuclei able to induce nuclear reactions. The present book is the first volume of edited lectures based on material presented at the Euroschool on Exotic Beams over the past years. It introduces the graduate student and nonspecialist scientist from related areas to various topics encompassing theoretical, experimental as well as application-related aspects of this growing field of research.
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- This is the second volume in a series of Lecture Notes based on the highly successful "Euro Summer School on Exotic Beams". The aim of these notes is to provide a thorough introduction to radioactive ion beam physics of the level of graduate students and young postdocs starting out in the field. Each volume covers a range of topics from nuclear theory to experiment and applications. Vol I has been published as LNP 651, 3-540-22399-1.
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- Beginning date
- Lecture notes in physics, 0075-8450 ; 651, 700, 764
- Also available online to registered users.
- Available online to Stanford-affiliated users.
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- 9783540223993 (v. 1)
- 3540337865 (v. 2 : hd. bd.)
- 9783540337867 (v. 2 : hd. bd.)
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