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Abstract

The great success achieved in atomic physics by the assumption of the Coulomb potential acting between all pairs of charged particles has long tantalized nuclear physicists with the possibility of a similar success for nuclei. If only one knew the strong-interaction “nuclear potential” between all pairs of nucleons, then perhaps solution of the Schrödinger equation would provide a basic understanding of the properties of nuclei. The problem of deriving such a nuclear potential was at one time attacked with great vigor by the foremost theorists. The measuring of data with which to test their results was a major concern of elementary-particle experimentalists. Then came the discovery that the nucleon—nucleon problem could not really be solved without prior solution of the pion—nucleon and even pion—pion problems, and the discovery of a rich variety of exotic particles and strong violations of cherished assumptions.

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