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Experimental studies of giant resonances in medium-weight spherical nuclei
|Series||Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis., 34|
|LC Classifications||QC762.6.G53 B56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||94111815|
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Experimental studies of giant resonances in medium-weight spherical nuclei. [Jan Blomgren] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jan Blomgren. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: A technique to study giant resonances by heavy-ion scattering in the energy range A–A MeV using one quadrant of the CELSIUS storage ring as a spectrometer is presented.
The results of an experimental study of the thickness dependence of the yield of the electronuclear reaction Si28 (e, e′3pn)Na24 induced byand MeV electrons impinging on a.
Partial wave analyses of inelastic electron scattering on nuclei considering finite energy loss with application to the giant resonances of medium and heavy even nuclei. Gisbert Winnewisser: PhD () W. Gordy: Millimeter wave rotational spectrom of HSSH.
Chester Alexander, Jr. PhD () W. Gordy. Full text of "Nuclear Physics Theory And Experiment" See other formats. The post World War II era witnessed a tremendous growth in the research carried out in neutron-induced reactions and especially in neutron capture y-ray studies.
This growth was stimulated by the availability of neutron sources, such as reactors and accelerators, and by the development of high. The essential requirement on the potential V s.p. is that it predicts that single particle levels occur in an order which makes the model agree with the experimental shell characteristics of nuclei and with the values of nuclear angular momentum in their ground states.
In addition to having the correct order the levels must fall into groups or shells of approximately the same energy. To describe this quantity.t and qb are the coefficients for rotational and vibrational enhancement A.S. lljinov et al. / Statistical analysis one often uses the Fermi-gas expression ) Pint(U) = iz-!-,/-7r a(U --S i4e xp[2 ~U-A)], (2) where a is the level density parameter, and 12 (3) =XT is the pairing energy in McV(X = 0, 1 or 2 Cited by: This work supported in part through funds provided by the U.
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We review the development of random-matrix theory (RMT) during the last fifteen years. We emphasize both the theoretical aspects, and the application of the theory to a number of fields.
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0 scattering 1 theory 2 nuclear 3 magnetic 4 energy 5 effect 6 electron 7 absorption 8 resonance 9 structure 10 spectrum 11 decay 12 electrons 13 field 14 cross 15 crystals 16 effects 17 properties 18 neutrons 19 states 20 spectra 21 model 22 neutron 23 production 24 radiation 25 protons Magic-number nuclei with closed shells hav 20, 28, 50, 82, and neutrons, most of which are synthesized by the s process, are inarked in the assignment column of the table by m in parentheses.
Similarly, nuclei made by the r process whose progenitors had dosed shells hav 82, or neutrons are marked by m' in parentheses.
The various components of a spherical tensor of a given rank, e.g., spherical harmonics YC,(B, $), differing only in the values of m, are modified because of the rotation.
However, the relation between different components of Yt,(B, 4) is such that, in the rotated system, the new Yt,(B, 4) can always be expressed in terms of the spherical.
Attachment: INIS List of NCL documents converted - IAEA. The carbon nuclei which have been formed can capture further alpha-particles to form oxygen; cl2(a,Y)0l6 (8,) There are no resonances in the thermonuclear region for this reaction^ and hence the nonresonant contributions from rather distant levels must be taken into account.
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What Is Alpha Decay. What Is Beta Decay. What Is Gamma Author: Diegotorres. Single-particle energies of protons in the 1f7/2, 2p3/2, 2p1/2, 1f5/2 and 1g9/2 shells of medium-weight nuclei were determined from proton pickup and stripping experiments.
The data reveal a simple linear dependence on mass number A and isospin To of the target nuclei which can be interpreted in terms of an extended Bansal-French model.
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A reasonable plan of attack might be to consider a spherical cow. Probably a cow has roughly the same surface area as a sphere with a radius of about 1 m, which would be 4(1 m)2.
Using the well-known facts that pi equals three, and four times three equals about ten, we can guess that a cow has a surface area of about 10 m2, so the herd as a. Thus one distinguishes the resolved resonance region from the unresolved (or at best partially resolved) resonance region. The more nucleons belong to the compound system the ner is the resonance structure.
Typical level spacings observed in neutron reactions are of the order MeV keV eV for light, for medium-weight, for heavy nuclei. The last Obninsk evaluations for some nuclei are based on more recent experimental data than included in Mughabghab compilations [, ] analyzed by Beijing group.
As an alternative set is included into the RIPL Starter File the average resonance spacings evaluated by Beijing group .
In most nuclei, elastic scattering is obscured by competing and more probable capture processes* Only in the light elements, excepting Li6, BIO, N14, and in a few of the medium weight elements are the elastic cross sec- tions larger than capture* Hydrogen exhibits the largest cross section; 12 x 10*24 cm2# C, Interaction of Slow Neutrons with.
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