Contemporary Research Topics in Nuclear Physics

  • Da Hsuan Feng
  • Michel Vallières
  • Michael W. Guidry
  • Lee L. Riedinger

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. High Spin Phenomena

    1. S. Frauendorf
      Pages 1-27
    2. J. H. Hamilton, C. F. Maguire
      Pages 83-101
    3. S. A. Hjorth, I. Y. Lee, J. R. Beene, C. Roulet, D. R. Haenni, Noah R. Johnson et al.
      Pages 103-107
  3. Heavy-Ions Reactions

    1. U. Smilansky, S. Mukamel, D. H. E. Gross, K. Mohring
      Pages 121-140
    2. J. O. Rasmussen, J. S. Blair, X. J. Qiu
      Pages 141-152
    3. P. E. Hodgson
      Pages 153-175
    4. Jin Gen-Ming, Xie Yuan-Xiang, Zhu Yong-Tai, Shen Wen-Qing, Yu Ju-Sheng, Sun Xi-Jun et al.
      Pages 177-191
  4. Transfer Reactions

    1. M. W. Guidry, R. E. Neese, T. L. Nichols
      Pages 193-222
    2. J. S. Lilley
      Pages 249-273
    3. C. F. Maguire, J. H. Hamilton
      Pages 275-295
  5. Microscopic Theories of Nuclear Structure

    1. Cheng-Li Wu, M. W. Guidry, Jin-Quan Chen, Da Hsuan Feng
      Pages 317-329
    2. D. W. L. Sprung, S. G. Lie, M. Vallières
      Pages 349-356
    3. Ching-Liang Lin
      Pages 357-362
    4. Afsar Abbas
      Pages 363-367
  6. Interacting Boson Model

  7. Miscellaneous Topics

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 588-592

About this book


This volume contains the proceedings of a workshop held at Drexel University from September 1 to September 3, 1980, under the joint auspices of Drexel University, The University of Tennessee and Vanderbilt University. The workshop dealt with subjects of topical importance to the nuclear physics community: high spin phenomena, heavy ion reactions, transfer reactions, microscopic theories of nuclear structure and the interacting boson model, and miscellaneous topics. This pro­ ceedings contains all of the invited papers plus short manuscripts expanding on the materials of the invited papers. A total of about 85 participants came to the workshop. The format of the conference was kept informal on purpose, so as to facilitate the discussions. Unfortunately, these discussions, at times intense, could not be included in this volume due to the lack of secretarial help during the meeting. A great deal of current information was exchanged during the conference. However, the full impact of a conference can only be realized when the proceedings have been published and read by par­ ticipants as well as other colleagues in this field of physics who were not in attendance. We sincerely hope that these proceedings will be useful in this regard.


heavy ion ion nuclear physics

Editors and affiliations

  • Da Hsuan Feng
    • 1
  • Michel Vallières
    • 1
  • Michael W. Guidry
    • 2
  • Lee L. Riedinger
    • 2
  1. 1.Drexel UniversityPhiladelphiaUSA
  2. 2.University of TennesseeKnoxvilleUSA

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