Modern Atomic and Nuclear Physics
by C. Sharp Cook
Publisher: Van Nostrand 1961
Number of pages: 296
This book is intended for the college or university student who has completed at least one year of classical physics and mathematics through calculus. The general coverage of the subject of atomic and nuclear physics, as is done in this book, provides the student who is planning to continue his studies of physics a reason able base for a more meaningful understanding of many of the advanced texts and courses that he encounters later.
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by J. Pearson - University of Manchester
From the table of contents: Basic Terminology; Nuclear Properties; Nuclear Models; Collective Excitations (Nuclear Vibrations, Nuclear Rotations); Alpha-decay (Fine Structure of alpha-decay); Beta-decay; Gamma-ray Emission; and more.
by A. K. Chaudhuri - arXiv
Some concepts in relativistic heavy ion collisions are discussed. To a large extent, the discussions are non-comprehensive and non-rigorous. It is intended for graduate students who are intending to pursue career in high energy nuclear physics.
by Jenny Thomas - University College London
These notes will provide introductory coverage of modern particle physics, complete coverage of nuclear physics principals relevant to modern day nuclear physics usage, and comprehensive coverage of principals of particle detection and measurement.
by Neal O. Hines - United States Atomic Energy Commission
This book describes the environmental investigations that have been conducted with the aid of the atom since the first atomic detonation near Alamogordo, in 1945. The story is one of beginnings that point the way to a new understanding of the world.