By J.M. Arias, M. Lozano
The sector of nuclear physics is coming into the twenty first century whereas experiencing a robust revival. at the one hand it's altering qualitatively via new experimental advancements that let us to direct radioactive and different unique probes to focus on nuclei and touch off tremendous full of life nuclear collisions. additionally, the striking sophistication of recent detector platforms leads us to count on a couple of new discoveries within the close to destiny. nonetheless many new purposes have seemed in fields as diversified as medication, undefined, artwork, archaeology and the environmental sciences. This e-book is an academic creation to the sector of recent nuclear physics. it might bridge the space among common textbook fabric and examine literature in the event you intend to paintings in any of the disciplines the place nuclear technological know-how and expertise goes to play a huge position sooner or later.
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Advanced course in modern nuclear physics by J.M. Arias, M. Lozano