Fundamentals in Nuclear Physics
BeschreibungCovers all the phenomenological and experimental data on nuclear physics and demonstrates the latest experimental developments that can be obtained.
Introduces modern theories of fundamental processes, in particular the electroweak standard model, without using the sophisticated underlying quantum field theoretical tools.
Incorporates all major present applications of nuclear physics at a level that is both understandable by a majority of physicists and scientists of many other fields, and usefull as a first introduction for students who intend to pursue in the domain.
InhaltsverzeichnisBasic concepts in nuclear physics.
Nuclear models and stability.
Nuclear decays and fundamental interactions.
Radioactivity and all that.
PressestimmenThe authors are well-regarded scientists who work at the interface of nuclear and particle physics and astrophysics... The text succeeds quite well in its aims.... [T]he authors have found the right balance between presenting nuclear physics as a domain of fundamental research and exploring its applications in neutrino physics, plasma physics, astrophysics, and cosmology.
-A. Baha Balantekin, University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Physics Today
Untertitel: From Nuclear Structure to Cosmology. 'Advanced Texts in Physics'. 300 illustrations, 150 in colour. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2005