Clustering and the Continuum in Nuclei
The process of clustering of nucleons and subsequent decay of the already formed cluster has a long and rich history in nuclear physics. To go through this development in detail is well beyond the scope of the two one-hour lectures that I will give here. Instead I plan to present my own experience in the field as I went through different etages in the study first of alpha decay and then the continuum in nuclei.
KeywordsGreen Function Decay Width Giant Resonance Partial Decay Width Alpha Decay
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