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Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy

  • William C. McHarris

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. J. D. Cole, T. M. Cormier, J. H. Hamilton
    Pages 11-22
  3. J. H. McNeill, A. A. Chishti, W. Gelletly, M. A. C. Hotchkis, B. J. Varley, J. Blomqvist et al.
    Pages 23-37
  4. R. B. Firestone, J. M. Nitschke, P. A. Wilmarth, K. S. Vierinen, R. M. Chasteler, J. Gilat et al.
    Pages 57-82
  5. M. F. Mohar, W. Benenson, D. J. Morrissey, R. M. Ronningen, B. Sherrill, J. Stevenson et al.
    Pages 101-110
  6. John C. Hill, F. K. Wohn, J. A. Winger, E. K. Warburton, R. L. Gill, R. B. Schuhmann
    Pages 111-125
  7. K. S. Toth, J. M. Nitschke, P. A. Wilmarth, K. S. Vierinen
    Pages 127-137
  8. I. Ahmad, M. P. Carpenter, H. Emling, R. Holzmann, R. V. F. Janssens, T. L. Khoo et al.
    Pages 205-216
  9. Douglas Cline
    Pages 229-244
  10. I-Yang Lee
    Pages 245-258
  11. S. W. Yates, R. A. Gatenby, E. M. Baum, E. L. Johnson, J. R. Vanhoy, T. Belgya et al.
    Pages 259-270
  12. P. Chowdhury, B. Crowell, P. J. Ennis, C. J. Lister, Ch. Winter, H. R. Andrews et al.
    Pages 271-282
  13. A. V. Ramayya, J. H. Hamilton
    Pages 283-292
  14. T. L. Khoo, I. Ahmad, R. Holzmann, R. V. F. Janssens, E. F. Moore, F. L. H. Wolfs et al.
    Pages 293-293
  15. B. A. Brown, E. K. Warburton, B. H. Wildenthal
    Pages 295-319
  16. Marie-Agnes D. Deleplanque
    Pages 321-337
  17. V. P. Janzen, J. K. Johansson, J. A. Kuehner, D. Radford, J. C. Waddington, D. Ward et al.
    Pages 355-367
  18. E. S. Paul, C. W. Beausang, D. B. Fossan, Y. Liang, R. Ma, W. F. Piel Jr. et al.
    Pages 369-378
  19. Wade A. Olivier, Wen-Tsae Chou, Aracelys Rios, Wm. C. McHarris, Rahmat Aryaeinejad
    Pages 379-391
  20. Andrés J. Kreiner
    Pages 393-411
  21. Richard A. Meyer, Iain Morrison, William B. Walters
    Pages 427-436
  22. Mike Guidry
    Pages 437-456
  23. D. G. Sarantites, N. G. Nicolis, V. Abenante, Z. Majka, T. M. Semkow, C. Baktash et al.
    Pages 457-471
  24. P. C. Sood, R. K. Sheline
    Pages 473-493
  25. P. F. Mantica Jr., B. E. Zimmerman, C. E. Ford, W. B. Walters, D. Rupnik, E. F. Zganjar et al.
    Pages 495-509
  26. D. S. Brenner, R. F. Casten, C. Wesselborg, D. D. Warner, J.-Y. Zhang
    Pages 511-522
  27. W.-T. Chou, Wm. C. McHarris, Olaf Scholten
    Pages 523-533
  28. P. L. Reeder, R. A. Warner, W. K. Hensley, D. J. Vieira, J. M. Wouters
    Pages 535-547
  29. D. M. Moltz, T. F. Lang, Joseph Cerny, J. D. Robertson, J. E. Reiff
    Pages 549-559
  30. H. L. Hall, D. C. Hoffman
    Pages 561-585
  31. C.-H. Yu, J. Gascon, G. B. Hagemann, J. D. Garrett
    Pages 587-607
  32. L. F. Canto, R. Donangelo, A. R. Farhan, M. W. Guidry, J. O. Rasmussen, M. A. Stoyer et al.
    Pages 625-635
  33. Back Matter
    Pages 665-677

About this book

Introduction

Several hundred nuclear scientists from more than a dozen countries met in Miami Beach, Florida, in September 1989 for a Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy, sponsored by the Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology of the Amencan Chemical Society. Braving five days of beckoning beaches, they presented, listened to, and discussed a series spectroscopy-both experimental and of invited papers covering the renaissance of nuclear theoretical-that has occurred during the past decade and which promises to continue well into the decade to come. This book contains the Proceedings of that Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Spectroscopy. But it is much more: During the ensuing six months, most of the pa{>ers were rewritten, polished, and/or expanded; so the resulting book is a much more fimshed, comprehensive, and up-to-date product than a general proceedings. Chapter se~uences follow the original symposium program, which, with a few exceptions, juxtaposes like topics. Each chapter can stand more or less on its own-although, as in any complex, interrelated scientific field, there are many cross-references among chapters. The manuscripts were edited and then uniformly typed in the Department of Chemistry at Michigan State University. I tried to keep the editing to a minimum so as to preserve the flavor of individual styles. A great debt of gratitude goes to those who helped make this volume possible, especially to Vada O'Donnell, who bore the largest burden of typing (and clarifying) the manuscripts.

Keywords

Nuclear chemistry chemistry experiment paper society spectroscopy

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  • William C. McHarris
    • 1
  1. 1.Michigan State UniversityEast LansingUSA

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