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Introduction to the theory of quantized fields
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Theoretical Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Reactions
Multiple scattering formal theory of nuclear reactions elastic and inelastic scattering transfer reactions multistep reactions heavy ions high energy nuclear phenomena pion and kaon interactions withExpand
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Solar fusion cross sections
We review and analyze the available information on the nuclear-fusion cross sections that are most important for solar energy generation and solar neutrino production. We provide best values for theExpand
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Symmetries and Fundamental Interactions in Nuclei
Part 1 Symmetries: parity, W. Haeberli and B. Holstein time reversal, F. Boehm and P. Herczeg chirality and changes of properties in nuclei, G. Garvey and G.E. Brown charge symmetry and independence,Expand
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Nuclear And Particle Physics
Part 1: Nuclear Physics 1. The atomic nucleus. 2. Experimental techniques. 3. General properties of nuclei. 4. Nuclear models. 5. Decay of unstable nuclei. 6. Nuclear reactions. Part 2: ParticleExpand
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Theory of Nuclear Reactions
The book presents an extended version of the lecture course on the theory of nuclear reactions that has been given by the author for some years in Kiev State University. An account is given of theExpand
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Ultra‐High Energy Neutrino‐Nucleon Scattering and Parton Distributions at Small x
The cross section for ultra‐high energy neutrino‐nucleon scattering is very sensitive to the parton distributions at very small values of Bjorken x (x ⩽ 10−4). We numerically investigate the effectsExpand
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Classical many-body model for heavy-ion collisions incorporating the Pauli principle
Abstract A classical model for heavy-ion collisions, introduced previously, has been extended to include certain effects of the Pauli principle. All nucleons are treated equally. They obey classicalExpand
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