Physics of Atomic Nuclei
Physics of Atomic Nuclei (Yadernaya fizika) was founded in 1965 as the leading Russian journal on elementary particles and nuclei. The topics covered are the experimental and theoretical studies of nuclear physics: nuclear structure, spectra, and properties; radiation, fission, and nuclear reactions induced by photons, leptons, hadrons, and nuclei; fundamental interactions and symmetries; hadrons (with light, strange, charm, and bottom quarks); particle collisions at high and superhigh energies; gauge and unified quantum field theories, quark models, supersymmetry and supergravity, astrophysics and cosmology. The journal is intended for researchers, nuclear engineers, and universities.
Elementary Particles and Fields
Trapped Positrons and Electrons in the Inner Radiation Belt According to Data of the PAMELA Experiment
Development of a Method for Measurement of Photonuclear-Reaction Cross Sections with the Aid of Simulated Quasimonoenergetic-Photon Spectra
Time-Dependent Description of Incomplete Fusion of Nuclei and Cluster and Nucleon-Transfer Reactions
V. V. Samarin (July 2018)
- Journal Title
- Physics of Atomic Nuclei
- Volume 63 / 2000 - Volume 81 / 2018
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- Online ISSN
- Pleiades Publishing
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