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Lilley J.S. — Nuclear physics: principles and applications
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Название: Nuclear physics: principles and applications

Автор: Lilley J.S.

Аннотация:

This title provides the latest information on nuclear physics. Based on a course entitled Applications of Nuclear Physics. Written from an experimental point of view this text is broadly divided into two parts, firstly a general introduction to Nuclear Physics and secondly its applications. * Includes chapters on practical examples and problems * Contains hints to solving problems which are included in the appendix * Avoids complex and extensive mathematical treatments * A modern approach to nuclear physics, covering the basic theory, but emphasising the many and important applications


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2001

Количество страниц: 397

Добавлена в каталог: 21.11.2014

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Reactions, cross section, classical estimates      97—99
Reactions, cross section, differential      25
Reactions, cross section, partial-wave      100
Reactions, direct      29 108—113
Reactions, direct, angular dependence      96
Reactions, direct, angular-momentum transfer      108—110
Reactions, direct, nucleon transfer      29 111
Reactions, direct, selectivity in      110—113
Reactions, elastic scattering      see "Scattering"
Reactions, entrance/exit channel      23
Reactions, heavy-ion      117—124
Reactions, heavy-ion, angular dependence      118
Reactions, heavy-ion, angular-momentum transfer      121 122
Reactions, heavy-ion, coulomb excitation      119
Reactions, heavy-ion, coulomb-barrier effects      118
Reactions, heavy-ion, critical angular momentum      122
Reactions, heavy-ion, deep inelastic      122—124
Reactions, heavy-ion, fusion      120—122
Reactions, heavy-ion, grazing angular momentum      123
Reactions, heavy-ion, high-spin states      121
Reactions, heavy-ion, mass transfer      122
Reactions, heavy-ion, scattering      118
Reactions, inelastic scattering      29 93 110—111
Reactions, multistep      113
Reactions, neutron      30 116—117 142 166 267—268
Reactions, neutron, $1/\upsilon$ law      30 104 166 267
Reactions, neutron, s-wave scattering and absorption      101—104
Reactions, pickup      29
Reactions, resonance      30 114—116
Reactions, stripping      29
Reactions, transfer      29 111—113
Reactor      see "Fission reactor" "Fusion
Reactor equation      279—281
Reduced transition probability      68
Relative biological effectiveness (RBE)      186
Rem (unit)      188
Repair of radiation damage      185 190—192
Resolution      see "Energy resolution in detectors"
Resonance      30 114—116
Resonance, Breit — Wigner formula      114—115
Resonance, giant quadrupole      57
Risk      see "Radiation"
Roentgen (unit)      185
Rotation, nuclear      54 59
Rotational band      59
Rotational state      59
Rutherford (Coulomb) scattering      27 215 341—342
Rutherford (Coulomb) scattering, nd nuclear size      28
Rutherford backscattering      215—219
Rutherford backscattering for surface structure analysis      217—219
Rutherford backscattering, differential cross section      215
Rutherford backscattering, mass dependence      215
Rutherford backscattering, sample thickness dependence      215—216
Rutherford backscattering, sensitivity      217
S process      320
s process abundances      321
Scattering      27 29 97 101—108
Scattering, alpha-particle      27—28
Scattering, alpha-particle, apsidal distance      27
Scattering, and charge distribution      105
Scattering, and nuclear size and shape      28 104—108
Scattering, cinematics      144—145
Scattering, closest approach      27 98
Scattering, Coulomb      see "Rutherford scattering"
Scattering, diffraction effects      28 105 119
Scattering, elastic      27 93 104—108 118
Scattering, electron      104—106
Scattering, inelastic      see "Reactions"
Scattering, neutron      142—143 144—145 166—167 267—268
Scattering, optical model analysis      106—108
Schroedinger equation      10 329
Scintillation detector      156—158
Scintillation detector, energy resolution      164—165
Scintillation detector, gamma-ray spectrum      162
Scintillation detector, NaI(TI)      158
Scintillator      156
Scintillator, fluorescent light      156
Scintillator, fluorescent light, light output      158
Scintillator, fluorescent light, time constant      158
Scintillator, inorganic      157
Scintillator, inorganic, activator impurity      158
Scintillator, inorganic, band structure      157
Scintillator, organic      157
Semi-empirical mass formula      38—41
Semi-empirical mass formula, beta-decay systematics      41—42
Semiconductor      158
Semiconductor detector      158—162
Semiconductor detector, energy resolution      164—165
Semiconductor detector, gamma-ray spectrum      162
Semiconductor detector, germanium      158 162
Semiconductor detector, intrinsic      162
Semiconductor detector, leakage current      161
Semiconductor detector, p-n junction      160—162
Semiconductor detector, radiation damage      162
Semiconductor detector, silicon      158 161
Semiconductor, electron-hole excitation      159
Semiconductor, energy gap      159
Semiconductor, n-type      160
Semiconductor, p-type      160
Shell model      35 45—50
Shell model, configuration      39 51
Shell model, independent-particle motion      46
Shell model, occupancy of states      47—48 50
Shell model, potential      46—47
Shell model, spin-orbit potential      48—50
Shell model, states      48 50
Shell stabilization      61 90
Sievert (unit)      188
Silicon detector      see "Semiconductor detector"
Single-escape peak in $\gamma$-ray detection      163—164
Single-hole states in shell model      50 51
Single-particle states, in shell model      50 51
Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)      242
Solar constant (luminosity)      317
Spherical harmonic      51 337—339
Spin      6 12
Spin factor in compound-nucleus resonance      115
Spin-lattice relaxation      246
Spin-orbit force      38 49
Spin-spin relaxation      250
Spontaneous fission      9 14 42—44
Stability      13—14 41—44
Stability in beta decay      41—42
Stability of heavy nuclei      42—44
Sterilization      209—210
Stopping power      see "Energy loss in matter"
Straggling      134
Stripping reaction      see "Reactions"
Strong force      9 14 65
Superdeformation      61—63
Superheavy nuclei      90
Surface energy in semi-empirical mass formula      38
Survival probability      190
Survival probability and poisson statistics      190—191
Symmetry energy in semi-empirical mass formula      39
Tandem      see "Accelerator"
Technetium-99m      20 238
Thermal neutron      143 269
Thermonuclear fusion      299—323 see
Thorium series      21
Time of flight      see "Particle identification"
Tissue weighting factor $(w_{T})$      188
Tokamak      309
Tracing      205—207
Transuranic nuclei      89—90
Uncertainty principle      10
Upper limit, in low-level counting      227—228
Van de Graaff      see "Accelerator"
Vibrational states      55—58
Volume energy, in semi-empirical mass formula      38
wave number      86 327
Weak interaction      14 65 74
Weisskopf estimates      68
width      see "Energy width"
Woods — Waxon (Fermi) potential      46—47 106
X-ray      138
X-ray, fluorescence      138
X-ray, projection imaging      234—235
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