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Advances in Nuclear Dynamics

Author: Wolfgang Bauer; A Mignerey
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1996.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The study of nuclear dynamics is now in one of its most interesting phases. The theory is in the process of establishing an increasingly reliable transport description of heavy ion reactions from the initial violent phase dominated by first collisions to the more thermalized later stages of the reaction. This is true for the low-to-medium energy reactions, where the dynamics is formulated in terms of nucleonic, or  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Bauer; A Mignerey
ISBN: 9781461303671 1461303672 9781461380191 1461380197
OCLC Number: 840280901
Description: 1 online resource (245 pages)
Contents: 1. The Topology of Intermediate Mass Fragment Emission --
2. Reducible Emission Probabilities and Thermal Scaling in Multifragmentation --
3. Heavy Residue Production in Dissipative 197Au + 86Kr Collisions at E/A = 35 MeV --
4. Evolution of Fragment Distributions and Reaction Mechanisms for the 36Ar + 58Ni System from 32 to 95 A. MeV --
5. Critical Exponents from the Multifragmentation of 1A GeV Au Nuclei --
6. Dynamics of Multifragmentation --
7. A Clusterization Model For BUU Calculations --
8. Analysis of Small Angle Particle-Particle Correlations via Classical Trajectory Calculations --
9. Production of Hot Nuclei with High-Energy Protons, 3He and Antiprotons --
10. Hard Photon Intensity Interferometry in Heavy-Ion Collisions at Intermediate Energies --
11. Heavy Resonance Production in Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Collisions --
12. Signatures of Statistical Decay --
13. Probing the Degrees of Freedom in Hot Composite Nuclei via Charged Particle Emission Studies --
14. Assessing the Evolutionary Nature of Multifragment Decay --
15. Reaction Mechanisms of the Most Violent 24Mg + 12C Collisions at 25A and 35A MeV --
16. Coherent Pions in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at Intermediate Energies --
17. 129Xe-Induced Peripheral Reactions at E/A = 50 MeV --
18. Possible Synthesis of Element 110 and the Future Prospects for Superheavy Elements --
19. Energy Calibration of Intermediate Mass Fragments from the 930-MeV 79Br on 27Al Reaction --
20. Progress in Collective Flow Studies From the Onset to Bevalac/SIS --
21. The Impact Parameter Dependence of the Disappearance of Flow --
22. The Disappearance of Fusion/Fission --
23. Flow in Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions at the AGS --
24. Mean Field Effects in Heavy-Ion Collisions at AGS Energies --
25. Production of Heavy Fragments in the Reaction 40Ar + 232Th --
26. Thermal e+e- Production in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions --
27. First Results from Experiment NA49 at the CERN SPS with 158 GeV/Nucleon Pb on Pb Collisions --
28. The Effect of Projectile Shape on Cross Sections and Momentum Distributions of Fragments from Heavy-Ion Reactions --
29. The Giant Dipole Resonance Built on Highly Excited States --
30. Neutrinos from Protoneutron Stars: A Probe of Hot and Dense Matter.
Responsibility: edited by Wolfgang Bauer, Alice Mignerey.

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