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Introduction to the theory of heavy-ion collisions
Some basic tools of theoretical heavy-ion physics are presented. Topics covered include: classical theory of heavy ion collisions; gross properties of heavy ion reactions, compound nucleus formation;Expand
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Properties of theρ-meson in dense nuclear matter
The properties ofρ-mesons in dense nuclear matter are studied in a model which satisfies unitarity and current conservation. The important coupling of theρ-meson to two pions as well as the strongExpand
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Dissipative diabatic dynamics: A shell-model approach to large-amplitude collective nuclear motion
Abstract Starting from the discussion of isoscalar giant vibrations as small-amplitude diabatic modes, a time-dependent shell-model approach is introduced which simultaneously treats coherent andExpand
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Properties of ρ-mesons in nuclear matter☆
Abstract The properties of ϱ-mesons in vacuum and nuclear matter are studied in a hadronic model which satisfies unitarity and current conservation. The treatment includes the coupling of the ϱ-mesonExpand
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Dissipative fluid dynamics
Abstract With restriction to an irrotational velocity field, equations of motion for a nuclear fluid with dissipation are derived from the quantum-mechanical variational principle. Memory effects inExpand
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Resonance model for πN scattering and η-meson production in the S11 channel
Abstract A model for πN scattering and η-meson production in the S 11 channel is presented. The model includes πN-scattering Born terms as well as the N ∗ resonances S 11 (1535) and S 11 (1650). TheExpand
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Theoretical estimates for the production of transuranium elements in heavy-ion collisions
A thick target experiment of the U+U reaction at 7.5 MeV/u is analyzed within the diffusion model for dissipative heavy-ion collisions. Cross sections for the production of superheavy elements asExpand
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A model for calculating the angular momentum distribution of fission fragments
Abstract A scheme is presented for quantitative calculations of the distribution of rotational angular momenta in primary fission fragments. The wave function of the bending mode excitation at theExpand
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Stability and instability of a hot and dilute nuclear droplet. II. Dissipative isoscalar modes
Results on dissipative isoscalar modes of a hot and dilute nuclear droplet are presented. As compared to the adiabatic limit (part I), realistic dissipation yields a substantial reduction of theExpand
Selfconsistent diabatic approach to dissipative collective nuclear motion
Within a selfconsistent description for the one- and two-body density matrices collective variables are introduced via scaling diabatic states. Equations of collective motion coupled to a collisionExpand
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