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1-4 of 4 results in Series in Fundamental and Applied Nuclear Physics
This book describes the basic knowledge in nuclear, neutron, and reactor physics necessary for understanding the principle and implementation of accelerator driven subcritical nuclear reactors (ADSRs), also known as hybrid reactors.Since hybrid reactors may contribute to future nuclear energy...
Published May 31st 2003 by Taylor & Francis
Over the last decade one of the most active areas of research in nuclear physics has been the study of systems of nucleons in various dynamical situations. Heavy-ion collisions at beam energies in the range 30-150 MeV per nucleon, where subnucleaonic degrees of freedom can be considered as frozen,...
Published November 20th 2000 by Taylor & Francis
From Evaporation to Vaporization
Statistical Models for Nuclear Decay: From Evaporation to Vaporization describes statistical models that are applied to the decay of atomic nuclei, emphasizing highly excited nuclei usually produced using heavy ion collisions. The first two chapters present essential introductions to statistical...
Published December 31st 1999 by Taylor & Francis
The application of nuclear physics methods is now widespread throughout physics, chemistry, metallurgy, biology, clinical medicine, geology, and archaeology. Accelerators, reactors, and various instruments that have developed together with nuclear physics have often been found to offer the basis...
Published December 31st 1996 by Taylor & Francis