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by Dorin N. Poenaru,Heinigerd Rebel,Jürgen Wentz

Author: Dorin N. Poenaru,Heinigerd Rebel,Jürgen Wentz
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001 edition (April 30, 2001)
Pages: 427 pages
Category: Math and Science
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A broad range of topics of current interest are discussed, from nuclear structure at the edge of stability to nuclear astrophysics and cosmic ray physics at the highest energies

A broad range of topics of current interest are discussed, from nuclear structure at the edge of stability to nuclear astrophysics and cosmic ray physics at the highest energies.

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Series: Nato Science Series II: (Book 17). Paperback: 427 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0792369370.

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Personal Name: Rebel, H. (Heinigerd). NATO Advanced Study Institute on Nuclei Far from Stability and Astrophysics (2000 :, Predeal, Bras?ov, Romania).

Personal Name: Rebel, H. Personal Name: Wentz, Ju?rgen. Meeting Name: NATO Advanced Study Institute on Nuclei Far from Stability and Astrophysics (2000 :, Predeal, Bras?ov, Romania). Rubrics: Nuclear physics Congresses Nuclear astrophysics. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

The ß-decay of nuclei far from stability is an important and often the only source of information about their structure. It is shown that the appearance of a new dimensional constant - the speed of light - in the field equations of the Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory (JBD) makes it possible to construct from the set of constant constructions appearing in the system two with the dimension of energy.

A broad range of topics of current interest are discussed, from nuclear structure at the edge of stability to nuclear astrophysics and cosmic ray physics at the highest energies. Both the state of the art and basic background information are presented with a particular emphasis on interrelated research interests. The writers are all active scientists who enjoy the highest international reputation. They cover a range of problems of nuclear structure, in particular those concerning exotic nuclei and their decay modes, their relevance to nuclear reaction chains in stellar burning processes at various astrophysical sites, and as yet unsolved questions concerning the origin, acceleration mechanism, energy spectrum and elemental composition of high energy cosmic rays. Readership: Postgraduate physicists interested in the development of modern radioactive beam facilities, large array gamma ray and cosmic ray detectors, and new theoretical tools.