Photopion Nuclear Physics

  • Paul Stoler

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages iii-xi
  2. Invited Papers

    1. G. E. Brown
      Pages 1-18
    2. J. P. Perroud
      Pages 69-100
    3. Contributed Papers

      1. J. C. Alder, W. Dahme, B. Gabioud, C. Joseph, J. F. Loude, N. Morel et al.
        Pages 101-106
      2. J. C. Alder, W. Dahme, B. Gabioud, C. Joseph, J. F. Loude, H. Medicus et al.
        Pages 107-110
      3. H. R. Kissener, R. A. Eramzhyan
        Pages 117-120
      4. R. A. Eramzhyan, M. Gmitro, L. A. Tosunjan
        Pages 121-123
    4. Contributed Papers

      1. A. Nagl, H. Überall
        Pages 155-159
      2. K. Srinivasa Rao, S. Susila
        Pages 161-164
      3. V. Decarlo, N. Freed, W. Rhodes
        Pages 165-169
    5. K. Shoda
      Pages 175-191
    6. Contributed Papers

      1. H. Ohashi, K. Nakahara, M. Yamazaki, K. Shoda, B. N. Sung
        Pages 193-198
      2. K. Shoda, M. Yamazaki, K. Nakahara, H. Ohashi
        Pages 205-209
      3. N. Paras, A. M. Bernstein, K. I. Blomqvist, G. Franklin, J. LeRose, K. Min et al.
        Pages 211-217
    7. Contributed Papers

      1. P. Argan, G. Audit, A. Bloch, N. de Botton, J.-L. Faure, C. Schuhl et al.
        Pages 239-243
      2. F. L. Milder, E. C. Booth, B. L. Roberts, J. Comuzzi, H. Crannell
        Pages 245-248
      3. R. Sridhar, K. Srinivasa Rao, S. Susila
        Pages 249-253
    8. J. M. Laget
      Pages 255-273
    9. J. Arends, J. Eyink, H. Hartmann, A. Hegerath, B. Mecking, G. Nöldeke et al.
      Pages 275-293
    10. Contributed Paper

      1. K. Baba, I. Endo, M. Fujisaki, S. Kadota, Y. Sumi, H. Fujii et al.
        Pages 295-300
    11. Contributed Paper

      1. G. N. Epstein, M. K. Singham, F. Tabakin
        Pages 327-333
    12. Contributed Papers

      1. J. H. Koch, E. J. Moniz
        Pages 353-359
      2. M. Pauli, A. M. Berstein, K. I. Blomqvist, G. B. Franklin, J. Lerose, K. Min et al.
        Pages 371-380
      3. J. S. O’Connell, W. M. MacDonald, E. T. Dressler
        Pages 381-384
      4. J. Ahrens, H. Gimm, R. J. Hughes, R. Leicht, P. Minn, A. Zieger et al.
        Pages 385-386
      5. P. H. Ballentine, J. K. Hersh, H. A. Medicus, S. Planeta, E. Potenziani, S. Rossdeutscher
        Pages 387-389
      6. Howard B. Miska
        Pages 395-397
      7. Peter D. Zimmerman, Claude F. Williamson
        Pages 399-404
    13. Aron M. Bernstein
      Pages 405-424
  3. Back Matter
    Pages 425-436

About this book


This volume consists of twelve review articles and a variety of short contributions which are based on lectures presented at the International Symposium on Photopion Nuclear Physics. The review articles were submitted after the sym­ posium, and there was considerable editing and cross referen­ cing with the aim of achieving a greater overall unity than ordinarily found in conference proceedings. Photopion Nuclear Physics, as the name suggests, combines two of the most active areas of current intermediate energy nuclear physics research - electromagnetic phenomena as studied by means of electron scattering and photonuclear pro­ cesses, and mesonic effects in nuclei. The potential value of photopion studies as a complement to electron scattering for the study of spin-isospin aspects of nuclear transitions has been widely recognized for about a decade, thanks to the the­ oretical work at such institutions as Stanford and Catholic Universities. In fact, some of this theoretical work was done in anticipation of the advent of the new high duty cycle and good energy resolution electron linacs. The potential for using this reaction to study mesonic effects was not as broad­ ly addressed at that time. However, as seen in the following pages of these proceedings, that situation has dramatically changed.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Paul Stoler
    • 1
  1. 1.Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroyUSA

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