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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. V. G. Soloviev
    Pages 2-9
  3. V. G. Soloviev
    Pages 39-40
  4. V. G. Soloviev
    Pages 41-43
  5. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 46-50
  6. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 51-51
  7. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 52-53
  8. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 54-55
  9. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 56-60
  10. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 61-66
  11. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 67-72
  12. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 73-81
  13. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 82-87
  14. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 88-97
  15. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 98-102
  16. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 103-118
  17. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 119-124
  18. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 125-140
  19. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 141-144
  20. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 145-159
  21. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 160-166
  22. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 167-180
  23. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 181-190
  24. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 191-213
  25. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 214-243
  26. I. A. Gnilozub, E. V. Balandina, N. P. Yudin
    Pages 244-245
  27. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 248-249
  28. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 250-259
  29. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 260-273
  30. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 274-282
  31. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 283-294
  32. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 295-303
  33. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 304-319
  34. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 320-328
  35. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 329-342
  36. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 343-350
  37. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 351-365
  38. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 366-374
  39. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 375-395
  40. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 396-399
  41. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 400-418
  42. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 419-423
  43. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 424-435
  44. V. Yu. Ponomarev
    Pages 436-436

About this book

Introduction

The properties of nuclear levels and transitions between them are not only important for nuclear physicists. The collective phenomena in nuclei are of general interest since they represent a many-body system with more then two particles, but much fewer then in condensed matter problems. However, the knowledge of properties of nuclei are equally relevant to applications in technology (e.g. transmutation of elements) or medicine and also to astrophysics.The present volume I / 18 A is the first of three volumes dedicated to the energy levels and structure of nuclei, covering the light nuclei with Z

Keywords

astrophysics condensed matter energy medicine mutation particles physics structure system

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b70616
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-66770-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-46706-9
  • Series Print ISSN 1615-1844
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9522
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