Contemporary Research Topics in Nuclear Physics by S. Frauendorf (auth.), Da Hsuan Feng, Michel Vallières,

By S. Frauendorf (auth.), Da Hsuan Feng, Michel Vallières, Michael W. Guidry, Lee L. Riedinger (eds.)

This quantity includes the complaints of a workshop held at Drexel college from September 1 to September three, 1980, below the joint auspices of Drexel collage, The college of Tennessee and Vanderbilt college. The workshop handled matters of topical significance to the nuclear physics group: excessive spin phenomena, heavy ion reactions, move reactions, microscopic theories of nuclear constitution and the interacting boson version, and miscellaneous issues. This professional­ ceedings comprises all the invited papers plus brief manuscripts increasing at the fabrics of the invited papers. a complete of approximately eighty five contributors got here to the workshop. The layout of the convention was once saved casual on function, on the way to facilitate the discussions. regrettably, those discussions, from time to time excessive, couldn't be incorporated during this quantity as a result of the loss of secretarial support throughout the assembly. loads of present info used to be exchanged throughout the convention. besides the fact that, the whole effect of a convention can basically be discovered while the lawsuits were released and browse by way of par­ ticipants in addition to different colleagues during this box of physics who weren't in attendance. We in actual fact wish that those court cases can be invaluable during this regard.

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For l70af the spectra shown in the sum of spectra gated on the 6+4, 8+6 and 10+8 transitions, and l62Yb is the sum of 2+0, 4+0 and 6+4 gated spectra. 32 J. D. g. 2. Even with the use of anticompton su~­ pression, it is not possible to resolve the continuum of y-rays , thereby extending spectroscopic studies to much higher spins and away from the yrast line. The experimental y-ray spectroscopist is faced with a problem similar to that of the relativistic heavy-ion physicist. In the collision of a relativistic heavy ion with a nucleus, a final state with perhaps fifty particles may be formed.

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9). Such features must represent multiple-band crossings based on the alignments of specific pairs of nucleons with an associated increase in the aligned angular momentum. 8, 24). 5 units of alignment. The other intense "bridges" which we observed at ~=950. 1020. and 1120 keY. presumably correspond to the alignment of other high-j, low-K orbits. i5, and 16 is used to isolate the correlated events, such features are enhanced, and enhanced coincidences are observed with the lower lying transitions in a particular nucleus ("stripes").

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