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Nuclear physics; Periodicals

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  • High-frequency Electrodynamicsby Boris Z. Katsenelenbaum

    Wiley 2006; US$ 190.00 US$ 171.00

    This first book to develop the theoretical basics from the concept of guided wave optics is all set to become a standard in fundamental concepts of electromagnetic waves within the field of telecommunications. Maxwell equations Plane waves Closed waveguides Closed Resonators Open Lines Backgrounds of Antenna Theory Diffraction on Metallic... more...

  • Photon Creation – Annihilationby Dale M. Grimes; Craig A. Grimes

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2012; US$ 108.00 US$ 98.28

    This book provides a classical physics-based explanation of quantum physics, including a full description of photon creation and annihilation, and successful working models of both photons and electrons. Classical field theory, known to fully describe macroscopic scale events, is shown to fully describe atomic scale events, including photon emission... more...

  • Tours Symposium on Nuclear Physics IIby H. Utsunomiya; M. Ohta; J. Galin; G. Munzenberg

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1995; US$ 95.00 US$ 86.45

    This volume provides up-to-date information on selected topics in nuclear physics and their future prospects. Topics discussed include nuclear astrophysics; synthesis of very heavy elements; physics with exotic nuclei; heavy ion collisions; spin-isospin excitation. This volume contains 47 papers by invited speakers and nine summaries by chairpersons. more...

  • Unfolding the Matter of Nucleiby A. Molinari; R.A. Ricci

    IOS Press 1998; US$ 176.00

    The nucleus and its constituents are a challenging problem. The lectures collected in this book present a broad and comprehensive review of the current knowledge about nuclei.They cover topics such as searching for signatures of the quarks in nuclei with electromagnetic probes and, at much higher energies, for signatures of the quark-gluon plasma in... more...

  • Critical Phenomena and Collective Observablesby S. Costa; S. Albergo; A. Insolia; C. Tuve

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1996; US$ 78.00 US$ 70.98

    CRIS (Catania Relativistic Ion Studies) is a new series of Topical Conferences to be held at regular intervals in Catania or in its environs. Aim of the CRIS Conferences is to gather active researchers from several countries to discuss specific hot topics in the field of heavy ion physics. The first CRIS Conference, CRIS '96, has been devoted... more...

  • Common Problems and Ideas of Modern Physicsby T. Bressani; B. Minetti; A. Zenoni

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1992; US$ 110.00 US$ 100.10

    The main goal of the School is to present to young physicists the major open problems in Hadronic Physics in the confinement region, and to show that they are closely linked to similar open problems in nuclear physics and condensed matter. New experimental facilities and techniques related to the solution of the above problems are reported in the proceedings.... more...

  • COSPAR: Space Researchby M. J. Rycroft

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Cospar Space Research, Volume XIX covers the proceedings of the Open Meetings of the Working Groups on Physical Sciences of the 21st Plenary Meeting of COSPAR, held in Innsbruck, Austria, from May 29 to June 10, 1978, focusing on the developments in space research. The contributions concentrate on remote sensing, middle atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere,... more...

  • High Energy Physicsby Z. Ajduk; A. K. Wroblewski

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1997; US$ 134.00 US$ 121.94

    The 28th conference from the Rochester series was the major high energy physics conference in 1996. Volume one contains short reports on new theoretical and experimental results. Volume two consists of the review talks presented in the plenary sessions. Contents: New Results in Spectroscopy (R Landua); Soft Interactions and Diffraction Phenomena (V... more...

  • Advances in Nuclear Physicsby J.W. Negele; Erich W. Vogt

    Springer US 2006; US$ 195.61

    This volume contains two major articles, one providing a historical retrosp- tive of one of the great triumphs of nuclear physics in the twentieth century and the other providing a didactic introduction to one of the quantitative tools for understanding strong interactions in the twenty-first century. The article by Igal Talmi on “Fifty Years of the... more...

  • Computational And Group-theoretical Methods In Nuclear Physics, Proceedings Of The Symposium In Honor Of Jerry P Draayer's 60th Birthdayby Jutta Escher; Octavio Castaños; Jorge G Hirsch

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2004; US$ 154.00 US$ 140.14

    The symposium “Computational and Group-Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics” was organized to celebrate the 60th birthday of Jerry P Draayer, who is Professor of Physics, Lousiana State University, and President of the Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA). The focus of the meeting was on computational and algebraic approaches to... more...