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  • Physics of Unstable Nucleiby Dao Tien Khoa; Peter Egelhof; Sydney Gales; Nguyen Van Giai; Tohru Motobayashi

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2008; US$ 351.00

    This volume features contributions by the leading authorities on the physics of unstable nuclei. It provides an important updated source in the nuclear physics literature for the researchers and post-graduates studying nuclear physics with unstable beams around the world. The focus is on the new experimental facilities for the production of unstable... more...

  • In Memory of D Allan Bromley -- Nuclear Scientist and Policy Innovatorby Paul A. Fleury; Francesco Iachello

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2006; US$ 234.00

    This book covers two aspects of the career of D Allan Bromley: the science policy aspect and the scientific aspect. In the first half of the book, contributions from Governor John Sununu, former White House Chief of Staff under President George H W Bush; Neal Lane, former Science Adviser to President William Clinton; John Marburger III, Science Adviser... more...

  • Multiparticle Dynamicsby Bai Yuting; Yu Meiling; Wu Yuanfang

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2002; US$ 265.00

    This volume contains more than 80 papers by theorists and experimentalists in the field of multiparticle production. A large variety of domains in high energy physics are covered. For each of these domains, an overview is given before the newest results are presented. Contents: New Results and Developments; Soft Processes; Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions... more...

  • News 99by Hiroshi Toki; Tadafumi Kishimoto; Kichiji Hatanaka; Keiji Takahisa

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2002; US$ 216.00

    The NEWS 99 international symposium discusses symmetries in electroweak processes in nuclei. Many phenomena in nuclear and particle physics are related to symmetry. It is known that we are living in a left-handed world as far as the Weak interaction is concerned, but neutrino physics suggests that a right-handed world may also be relevant. Chiral symmetry... more...

  • Nuclear Structure Physicsby Rick Casten; Jan Jolie; Ulrich Kneissl; Peter Lieb

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2001; US$ 307.00

    Nuclear structure physics is undergoing a major revival, full of activities and excitement. On the experimental side, this is being made possible by advances in detector technology and accelerator capabilities that give access to data and nuclei (especially exotic nuclei far from stability) never before accessible. On the theoretical side, new concepts,... more...

  • Sixty Years of Double Beta Decayby H. V. Klapdor-Kleingrothaus

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2001; US$ 524.00

    Nuclear double beta decay is one of the most promising tools for probing beyond-the-standard-model physics on beyond-accelerator energy scales. It is already now probing the TeV scale, on which new physics should manifest itself according to theoretical expectations. Only in the early 1980s was it known that double beta decay yields information on... more...

  • Proceedings of the John Hall Symposiumby James C. Bergquist; Scott A. Diddams; Leo Hollberg; Chris Oates; Jun Ye; Loree Kaleth

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2006; US$ 128.00

    This symposium was a dedication to John L Hall, who was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, (report below). The symposium was a celebration of his striking career in physics and his impressive record of achievements. Papers included in this volume offer brief and personal glimpses of some of his achievements, the research he inspired, and... more...

  • Current Topics in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physicsby Chandana Sinha; Shibshankar Bhattacharyya

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2006; US$ 193.00

    The breadth, scope and volume of research in atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) physics have increased enormously in the last few years. Following the widespread use of pulsed lasers, certain newly emerging areas as well as selected mature subfields are ushering in a second renaissance. This volume focuses on current research in these crucial areas:... more...

  • Neutrino Physicsby J. Bahcall; W. Haxton; K. Kubodera; C. Poole

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2001; US$ 241.00

    Neutrinos play a key role in many areas of particle physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics. The recent discovery of neutrino oscillation has given the first hint of new physics beyond the standard model. Clearly, it is extremely important to study further the oscillation and other fundamental properties of neutrinos. It is also important to improve... more...

  • Beta Beamsby Mats Lindroos; Mauro Mezzetto

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2009; US$ 136.00

    The beta-beam concept for the generation of electron neutrino beams was first proposed by Piero Zucchelli in 2002. The idea created quite a stir, challenging the idea that intense neutrino beams only could be produced from the decay of pions or muons in classical neutrino beams facilities or in future neutrino factories. The concept initially struggled... more...