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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English


  • Nucleon-nucleus interactions -- Congresses.,
  • Nucleon-antinucleon interactions -- Congresses.

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Statementedited by George E. Walker, Charles D. Goodman, and Catherine Olmer.
ContributionsWalker, George E., Goodman, Charles D., Olmer, Catherine.
LC ClassificationsQC793.9 .I577 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 504 p. :
Number of Pages504
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2538388M
ISBN 100306420988
LC Control Number85019338

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The proceedings of the "International Conference on Spin Observables of Nuclear Probes" are presented in this volume. This conference was held in Telluride, Colorado, March , , and was the fourth in the Telluride series of nuclear physics conferences. A continuing theme in the Telluride. Glashausser C. () Nucleon-nucleus inelastic scattering. In: von Geramb H.V. (eds) Medium Energy Nucleon and Antinucleon Scattering. Lecture Notes in Physics, vol Author: Charles Glashausser. COVID campus closures: see options for Remote Access to subscribed contentCited by: 4. workshop II Nucléon-Nucléon and Nucleon-Nucleus interactions Nuclear Physics A () cc North-Holland, Amsterdam c NUCLEON-NUCLEON AND NUCLEON-NUCLEUS INTERACTIONS John McCLELLAND Los Alamos National Laboratory, Medium Energy Physics Division, MS H, Los Alamos NM , USA and Madeleine SOYEUR Laboratoire National Saturne, CEN de Saclay, F Author: John McClelland, Madeleine Soyeur.

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  "Singlemindedly devoted to its job of educating potential many-particle theorists deserves to become the standard text in the field." — Physics Today"The most comprehensive textbook yet published in its field and every postgraduate student or teacher in this field should own or have access to a copy." — EndeavorA self-contained, unified treatment of nonrelativistic many /5(4). George E. Walker is the author of Formation of Scholars ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 5 reviews, published ), The Afro-American in New York City, /5. Traditional (d; p) reaction models use local optical model potentials to represent the deuterontarget interaction. Within such models, the deuteron d-state contributes little to di erential cross sections, as local potentials are only sensitive to low n-p relative momenta. However, recent work by Timofeyuk and Johnson, that includes the inherent nonlocality of the nucleontarget optical model Cited by: 8. Direct Test of the Scalar-Vector Lorentz Structure of the Nucleon- and Antinucleon-Nucleus Potential Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Physics G Nuclear and Particle Physics 25(5)