AHA-BUCH

Heavy-Ion Collisions

Proceedings of the International Summer School Held in La Rábida (Huelva), Spain, June 7-18, 1982
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ISBN-13:
9783540119456
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.1982
Seiten:
444
Autor:
M. Lozano
Gewicht:
759 g
Format:
244x170x23 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

99
Opening talk.- Calculation of effective interactions.- Potential model description of heavy ion scattering using spline techniques.- Folding models for elastic and inelastic scattering.- Relations between the simultaneous and sequential transfer of two nucleons.- Polarization phenomena in heavy ion transfer reactions.- Nuclear charge and matter distributions.- What do we learn from self-consistent models about nuclear density distributions ?.- Probing the nuclear structure with heavy-ion reactions.- Different regines of dissipative collisions.- Charge equilibration in deep-inelastic peripheral collisions.- Neutron-proton asymmetry and fast fission : Two extreme time evolutions in dissipative heavy ion reactions.- Neutron-proton asymmetry.- Fast fission phenomenon.- Pre-equilibrium processes in nuclear reactions.- Light nuclei far from stability.- Direct proton decay of 147 Tm.- Description of high spin states.- Shape coexistence and a new region of strong deformation in nuclei far from stability.- New directions in studies of nuclei far from stability with heavy ions.- Multiple discontinuities of the moment of inertia at high spin.- Recent results on nuclei far from stability in the mass region a ? 70.- Fusion and compound nuclei decay for light and intermediate-mass systems: 24Mg, 28Si + 12C ; 24Mg + 24,26Mg ; 28Si + 24Mg, 28,29,30Si.- Nuclear 'molecular' states.- The excitation and decay of isoscalar giant resonances.- Heavy ions and giant resonances.- The width and decay-properties of giant resonances.- Spectroscopy of superheavy quasimolecules and quasiatoms.
InhaltsangabeOpening talk.- Calculation of effective interactions.- Potential model description of heavy ion scattering using spline techniques.- Folding models for elastic and inelastic scattering.- Relations between the simultaneous and sequential transfer of two nucleons.- Polarization phenomena in heavy ion transfer reactions.- Nuclear charge and matter distributions.- What do we learn from self-consistent models about nuclear density distributions ?.- Probing the nuclear structure with heavy-ion reactions.- Different regines of dissipative collisions.- Charge equilibration in deep-inelastic peripheral collisions.- Neutron-proton asymmetry and fast fission: Two extreme time evolutions in dissipative heavy ion reactions.- Neutron-proton asymmetry.- Fast fission phenomenon.- Pre-equilibrium processes in nuclear reactions.- Light nuclei far from stability.- Direct proton decay of 147 Tm.- Description of high spin states.- Shape coexistence and a new region of strong deformation in nuclei far from stability.- New directions in studies of nuclei far from stability with heavy ions.- Multiple discontinuities of the moment of inertia at high spin.- Recent results on nuclei far from stability in the mass region a ? 70.- Fusion and compound nuclei decay for light and intermediate-mass systems: 24Mg, 28Si + 12C; 24Mg + 24,26Mg; 28Si + 24Mg, 28,29,30Si.- Nuclear 'molecular' states.- The excitation and decay of isoscalar giant resonances.- Heavy ions and giant resonances.- The width and decay-properties of giant resonances.- Spectroscopy of superheavy quasimolecules and quasiatoms.