Electric and magnetic giant resonances in nuclei

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World Scientific , Singapore, River Edge, NJ
Nuclear excitation., Nuclear magnetic resonance, Giant., Nuclear struc
Statementedited by J. Speth.
SeriesInternational review of nuclear physics ;, vol. 7
ContributionsSpeth, J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC794.6.E9 E44 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 632 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1552702M
LC Control Number91032646

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Electric and Magnetic Giant Resonances in Nuclei. Edited by SPETH J. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co.

Pte. LtdCited by: Multipole electric and magnetic giant resonances in metal clusters are reviewed and compared with their counterparts in atomic nuclei.

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The main attention is paid to Cited by: 1. A review is given of the present situation of electric giant resonances in nuclei. Starting with the properties of the well-known electric dipole resonances the authors summarise the known.

Considering the giant resonances in the nuclei as zero-sound excitations we compare the experimental energy and escape width of the giant dipole resonance (GDR) in the nucleus A. Multipole electric and magnetic giant resonances in metal clusters are reviewed and compared with their counterparts in atomic nuclei.

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Online shopping for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance from a great selection at Books Store. We review an extension of Migdal's Theory of Finite Fermi Systems which has been developed and applied to collective vibrations in closed shell nuclei in the.

Giant resonance. Giant resonance is a high-frequency collective excitation of atomic nuclei, as a property of many-body quantum systems. In the macroscopic interpretation of such an excitation in terms of an oscillation, the most prominent giant resonance is a collective oscillation of all protons against all neutrons in a nucleus.