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Krane K.S. — Introductory nuclear physics
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Название: Introductory nuclear physics

Автор: Krane K.S.

Аннотация:

This comprehensive text provides an introduction to basic nuclear physics, including nuclear decays and reactions and nuclear structure, while covering the essential areas of basic research and practical applications. Its emphasis on phenomonology and the results of real experiments distinguish this from all other texts available. Discussions of theory are reinforced with examples which illustrate and apply the theoretical formulism, thus aiding students in their reading and analysis of current literature. The text is designed to provide a core of material for students with minimal background in mathematics or quantum theory and offers more sophisticated material in separate sections.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1987

Количество страниц: 870

Добавлена в каталог: 20.11.2013

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${ }^{14}C$ emission by heavy nuclei      254 255
Absorbed dose      186
Absorption coefficient, Compton      202
Absorption coefficient, energy dependence      203
Abundance, elements in solar system      771
Abundance, isotopic      63
Accelerator, Fermilab, Berkeley 184-inch synchrocyclotron      575
Accelerator, Fermilab, Bevatron      583
Accelerator, Fermilab, Brookhaven AGS      586
Accelerator, Fermilab, Cambridge Electron Accelerator      582—583
Accelerator, Fermilab, CERN ISR      595—596
Accelerator, Fermilab, CERN Proton Synchrotron      586
Accelerator, Fermilab, CERN Super Proton Synchrotron      586—588 597
Accelerator, Fermilab, Cockcroft — Walton      593
Accelerator, Fermilab, colliding-beam      593—598
Accelerator, Fermilab, Cosmotron      583—584
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron      571—574
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron, AVF      576—578
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron, fringing field      573—574
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron, relativistic limit      574
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron, sector-focused      576
Accelerator, Fermilab, cyclotron, superconducting      580
Accelerator, Fermilab, DESY      597—598
Accelerator, Fermilab, Fermilab      586 597
Accelerator, Fermilab, heavy-ion      579—581
Accelerator, Fermilab, Holifield Heavy Ion Research Facility      568—570
Accelerator, Fermilab, LAMPF      591—592
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear      588—593
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear, drift tube      589
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear, electron      591 593
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear, phase stability      590
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear, proton      591—592
Accelerator, Fermilab, linear, traveling wave      590
Accelerator, Fermilab, Oak Ridge Isochronous Cyclotron      576 579
Accelerator, Fermilab, SLAC      591 593 597—598
Accelerator, Fermilab, storage ring      596
Accelerator, Fermilab, Superconducting Supercollider      597
Accelerator, Fermilab, SuperHILAC      593
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrocyclotron      574
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrocyclotron, phase stability      574
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrotron      581—588
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrotron, AG focusing      582
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrotron, electron      582
Accelerator, Fermilab, synchrotron, proton      583
Accelerator, Fermilab, TRIUMF      577—579
Accelerator, Fermilab, Van de Graaff      565—569
Accelerator, Fermilab, Van de Graaff, tandem      567—569
Accelerators      559—598
Accelerators, mass spectrometry using      794
Activity      162
Activity, decay of      162—163
Activity, mixture of      165
Activity, units of      162
Alpha decay      174 246—269
Alpha decay spectroscopy      261—269
Alpha decay, ${ }^{229}Pa$      266—269
Alpha decay, ${ }^{242}Cm$      258
Alpha decay, ${ }^{251}Fm$      262—266
Alpha decay, ${ }^{253}Es$      259
Alpha decay, angular distribution      260
Alpha decay, angular momentum transfer in      257
Alpha decay, applications of      796—800
Alpha decay, barrier penetration      251—252
Alpha decay, basic process      247
Alpha decay, coincidences with gammas      263 265—267
Alpha decay, Coulomb barrier      251—252
Alpha decay, deformed nuclei      260
Alpha decay, energy release      248
Alpha decay, favored      268
Alpha decay, fine structure      258
Alpha decay, Gamow factor      253
Alpha decay, Geiger — Nuttall rule      249
Alpha decay, half-life calculated      253
Alpha decay, half-life vs. energy      249
Alpha decay, long-range      302
Alpha decay, nuclear recoil energy      248
Alpha decay, parity change in      257
Alpha decay, parity-violating      315
Alpha decay, Q value      248
Alpha decay, Q value from semiernpirical mass formula      250
Alpha decay, Q value vs. A      250
Alpha decay, quantum theory of      252—253
Alpha decay, shell structure      250
Alpha decay, smoke detectors using      798
Alpha decay, systematics      249
Alpha decay, thermal power from      798
Alpha particle, first identification of      246
Alpha-particle reactions, in stellar fusion      769
Amplifier      220
Analog state      see "Isobaric analog state"
Angular correlation      338—339
Angular correlation, perturbed      642
Angular correlation, perturbed, electric quadrupole      648
Angular correlation, perturbed, magnetic dipole      642—644 646—647
Angular correlation, perturbed, time differential      642—643 648
Angular correlation, perturbed, time integral      644—647
Angular distribution, perturbed      640
Angular momentum projection quantum number      36
Angular momentum quantum number      34
Angular momentum, quantum theory of      34
Angular momentum, total      36
Associated production      687
Atomic beam magnetic resonance      627
Atomic number      4
Attenuation coefficient, total linear      201
B meson      739
Backbending      437
Barn      75
Barrier penetration      19
Barrier potential      18
Baryon number, conservation of      715
Baryons      653 710
Bateman equations      173
Bessel functions, spherical (table)      28
Beta decay      174 272—322
Beta decay, ${ }^3H$      287—288
Beta decay, ${ }^{10}Be$      315
Beta decay, ${ }^{126}I$      319—321
Beta decay, ${ }^{12}B$      320—321
Beta decay, ${ }^{12}N$      320—321
Beta decay, ${ }^{176}Lu$      317
Beta decay, ${ }^{177}Lu$      317—319
Beta decay, ${ }^{210}Bi$      273 275
Beta decay, ${ }^{40}K$      316
Beta decay, ${ }^{64}Cu$      281
Beta decay, ${ }^{66}Ga$      283
Beta decay, ${ }^{72}Zn$      318
Beta decay, ${ }^{91}Y$      284
Beta decay, allowed approximation      279
Beta decay, allowed, selection rules      289
Beta decay, angular momentum selection rules      289
Beta decay, charge conjugation noninvariance in      312
Beta decay, coincidence spectroscopy      318
Beta decay, conserved vector current (CVC) hypothesis      290
Beta decay, continuous electron spectrum      273
Beta decay, Coulomb effects on      280—281
Beta decay, CP symmetry      312
Beta decay, density of states      278
Beta decay, double      70 298—302
Beta decay, double and lepton conservation      300
Beta decay, double, decay rate      299
Beta decay, double, direct observation      300
Beta decay, double, geochemical observation      300
Beta decay, double, neutrinoless      301
Beta decay, electron capture, Q value      276
Beta decay, energy release      273
Beta decay, energy spectrum      280—281
Beta decay, Fermi decay      289—290
Beta decay, Fermi function      280
Beta decay, Fermi integral      282 293
Beta decay, Fermi theory      277
Beta decay, Fermi — Kurie plot      282 315—316 318—320
Beta decay, Fermi — Kurie plot, allowed      283
Beta decay, Fermi — Kurie plot, first forbidden      284
Beta decay, forbidden      281
Beta decay, forbidden, selection rules      291—292
Beta decay, forbidden, shape factor      282 284
Beta decay, ft value      283 294 295
Beta decay, Gamow — Teller decay      289—290
Beta decay, helicity of electrons and neutrinos      298
Beta decay, isospin selection rules      391
Beta decay, matrix element      278
Beta decay, mirror nuclei      290
Beta decay, momentum spectrum      279—281
Beta decay, negative, Q value      275
Beta decay, neutrino mass limits from      274 286—288
Beta decay, neutron      274 289
Beta decay, nuclear matrix element      279
Beta decay, parity change in      289
Beta decay, parity nonconservation in      312—314
Beta decay, positive, Q value      276
Beta decay, shell-model effects on      322
Beta decay, strength constant      284—285
Beta decay, superallowed      283—285
Beta decay, to isobaric analog state      304 308 321
Beta decay, total decay rate      282
Beta-delayed nucleon emission      302
Beta-delayed nucleon emission, energy conservation in      304
Beta-delayed nucleon emission, to continuum of final states      308
Beta-delayed nucleon emission, to discrete final states      303
big bang      178
Big bang cosmology      756—760
Binding energy per nucleon      67
Binding energy, electronic      65
Binding energy, fission release of      479
Binding energy, nuclear      65
Binomial distribution      218
Blackbody radiation, energy spectrum      76)
Bohr magneton      73 606
Born approximation      421
Bragg — Kleeman rule      194
Branching ratio      176
Breit — Wigner formula      428
Breit — Wigner resonance      681
Bremsstrahlung      196
Calibration, energy, standards for      226
Carbon-14 dating      see "Radiocarbon dating"
CAT scanner      805 806
Central potential      27
Centrifugal potential      28
Centrifugal repulsion      30 32 35
Centrifugal stretching      436
Charge conjugation      309
Charge independence      102
Charge radius and matter radius, equivalence of      58
Charge symmetry      102
Charm      717
Charmonium      735
Coincidence      228
Coincidence, chance      228
Coincidence, chance, dependence on source activity      229
Coincidence, lifetime measurement from delayed      233
Coincidence, true      228
Collective model      134—149
Collective model, magnetic dipole moments      147
Collective model, rotational      142
Collective model, rotational, excited states      145 147
Collective model, vibrational      139
Collective model, vibrational, excited states      141
Compound nucleus      416
Compton continuum      222
Compton edge      222 223
Compton linear absorption coefficient      202
Compton scattering      199 220—221
Compton scattering, differential cross section      200—201
Compton scattering, energy distribution      200
Compton scattering, polarization dependence      241
Compton scattering, total cross section      200
Computerized axial tomography (CAT)      804
Cosmochronology      780—785
Coulomb energy difference      54
Coulomb excitation      402—405
Coulomb scattering      see "Rutherford scattering"
Coulomb scattering by electrons, energy loss      196—197
Coulomb scattering by heavy particles, energy loss      193
Counter telescope      238
CP symmetry      312
CP violation, $K^{0}$ decay      692—698
CP violation, cosmological implications      698
CP violation, theories of origin      698
CPT theorem      661 667
Cross section, differential      90 393
Cross section, reaction      392
Cross section, reaction and induced radioactivity      169
Cross section, total      90
Curie (unit)      162
Current density      14
Cyclotron resonance frequency      571
D meson      717 735 737
De Broglie postulate      10
de Broglie wavelength      10
Decay constant      161
Decay constant, partial      164 176
Decay constant, total      164
Deep inelastic scattering      721
Deformation parameter      142
Degeneracy      26
Delta resonance      675—679
Density of final states      41 166 277 296
Deuterium      80
Deuterium, abundance in universe      767
Deuterium, formation in early universe      764
Deuteron      80
Deuteron, binding energy      81
Deuteron, d-state admixture      84—85
Deuteron, electric quadrupole moment      85 627
Deuteron, magnetic dipole moment      84 627
Deuteron, mass      81
Deuteron, parity      84
Deuteron, spin      83
Diffraction, electron      45
Dipole moment      72 see "Magnetic
Dipole radiation      see "Electromagnetic radiation"
Doppler shift, use in lifetime measurements      234—235
Dose equivalent      187
Double-escape peak      222
Effective range approximation      95
Effective range, neutron-proton scattering      95
Efficiency, photons, Ge vs. Nal      227
Eigenvalue      12
electric dipole moment      329
Electric quadrupole hyperfine parameter      616
Electric quadrupole interaction      609—610
Electric quadrupole moment      72 74—75 607—608
Electric quadrupole moment, deformed nuclei      143
Electric quadrupole moment, deuteron      85
Electric quadrupole moment, deuteron, measurement      627
Electric quadrupole moment, prolate and oblate      609
Electric quadrupole moment, shell model      127 129 130
Electric quadrupole moment, systematics of $2^{+}$ states      138
Electromagnetic radiation, angular distribution      330
Electromagnetic radiation, decay probability      331
Electromagnetic radiation, dipole      328—330
Electromagnetic radiation, dipole, angular distribution      330
Electromagnetic radiation, dipole, radiated power      330
Electromagnetic radiation, matrix element      331
Electromagnetic radiation, monopole, nonexistence of      334
Electromagnetic radiation, multipole moments      331
Electromagnetic radiation, parity of      330—331
Electromagnetic radiation, radiated power      331
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