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Nuclear Dynamics at Low and Medium Energies and Nuclear Structure
Editor(s): S. Bhattacharya, S. R. Banerjee

ISBN:    978-81-7319-820-5 
Publication Year:   2008
Pages:   338
Binding:   Hard Back
Dimension:   185mm x 240mm
Weight:   575
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About the book

Nuclear Dynamics at Low and Medium Energies and Nuclear Structure starting from the basics of the low energy heavy ion collisions, this volume encompasses advanced topics of current interests in the areas of nuclear physics around the Fermi energy domain such as multifragmentation, liquid gas phase transition, isospin physics, thermodynamics of finite systems and nuclear structure of heavy nuclei under exotic conditions. On the experimental side, interaction of radiation with matter, basics of experimental, simulation and data analysis techniques and their applications to large, complicated multi-detector experimental environments have been discussed in detail. Written by distinguished scientists in related fields, this book will be useful for beginners as well as practitioners in the field of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics around the Fermi energy domain and nuclear structure.

Table of Contents

Physics from Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions / Progress in Isospin Physics with Heavy Ion Reactions / Nuclear Fission and its Dynamics / Low Energy Nucleus - Nucleus Collisions: General Features / Microscopic Theory of Nuclear Structure at High Spins / Nuclear Reactions in the Fermi Energy Domain: Experiments with Large Arrays / Experiments with Large Gamma Detector Arrays / Physics with Neutron Arrays / Interaction of Radiation with Matter / Some Concepts of Gamma Ray Spectroscopy / Techniques for Nuclear Radiation Detection / Pulse Processing Techniques in Nuclear Experiments / Introduction to Error Analysis / Root: Data Analysis Environment in Nuclear Physics and High Energy Physics / Basics of GEANT Detector Simulation Techniques.


Postgraduate Students & Researchers in Nuclear Physics


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