By H. A. Weidenmüller (auth.), Professor Dr. Yasuhisa Abe, Professor Dr. Hisashi Horiuchi, Professor Dr. Kenichi Matsuyanagi (eds.)
"New developments in Nuclear Collective Dynamics" emphasizes learn towards knowing collective and statistical points of nuclear dynamics. recognized teachers from facilities of nuclear examine current studies of contemporary advancements. the themes lined are: -order and chaos in finite quantum platforms -dissipation in heavy-ion collisions -collective motionsin hot nuclei -time-dependent mean-field thought with collision phrases -nuclear fission and multi-dimensional tunneling -large-scale collective motion
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The relative kinetic energy in these collisions is deposited in internal exci tat ions of the nucleus. If there is enough time, this energy will be redistributed among the large number of degrees of freedom of the heavy compound nucleus and Springer Proceedings in Physics. Vol. 58 New Trends in Nuclear Collective Dynamics Eels: Y. Abe. H. Horiuchi. K. Matsuyanagi © SIringer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991 41 would lead to an equilibrated hot nucleus [1-3]. A typical heavy nucleus can store up to several hundred MeV of excitation energy in its dense "reservoir" of excited states.
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