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Coherent effects in highly excited nuclei

proceedings of the XVIII Mikołajki Summer School on Nuclear Physics held in Mikołajki, Poland, 1-13 September 1986

by MikoЕ‚ajki Summer School of Nuclear Physics (18th 1986)

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Published by Harwood Academic in Chur, Switzerland, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear physics -- Congresses.,
  • Coherence (Nuclear physics) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by Z. Wilhelmi and G. Szeflińska.
    SeriesNuclear science research conference series,, v. 12
    ContributionsWilhelmi, Zdzisław., Szeflińska, G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC770 .M536 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 407 p. :
    Number of Pages407
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2379935M
    ISBN 103718603993
    LC Control Number87008490

    Abstract: A systematic study of fission-barrier dependence on excitation energy has been performed using the self-consistent finite-temperature Hartree-Fock+BCS (FT-HF+BCS) formalism with the SkM* Skyrme energy density functional. The calculations have been carried out for even-even superheavy nuclei with Z ranging between and For an accurate description of fission pathways, the Cited by: ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. ; Ultrafast dynamics of methyl azide photodissociation in the far UV. ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. ; Mapping ultrafast dynamics of highly excited D-2(+) by ultrashort XUV pump - IR probe radiation. Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

      More information: F. Martin Ciurana et al. Entanglement-Enhanced Radio-Frequency Field Detection and Waveform Sensing, Physical Review Letters ().DOI: /PhysRevLett Decay of Excited Nuclei Here s b is the spin of emitted particle b and B b is its binding energy, where b n p,,D; Te l is the probability that the particle will pass through the potential barrier, e b is the kinetic energy of the emitting particle. For charged particles the following expression for .

    ''Coupling highly excited nuclei to the atomic shell in dense astrophysical plasmas'' ''Cooperative effects in nuclear excitation with coherent x-ray light'' S. K. Arigapudi and A. Pálffy. Phys. Rev. A 85, () Book review ''The Practical Einstein: Experiments. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / and the increasing role of many-body effects in weakly bound nuclei where correlations determine the mere existence of the nucleus. This new perspective on shell structure affects many facets of nuclear structure, from the existence of short-lived light nuclei, to the.


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Wilhelmi (Editor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Book Edition: 1st Edition. Among the topics of the symposium were the following: production and study of properties of nuclei in extreme states, strongly deformed nuclei, highly excited and nuclei far from the line of stability as well as nuclei having large angular momenta.

New results of the investigations are presented in this book. Cooperative effects in nuclear excitation with coherent x-ray light. Cooperative effects in nuclear excitation with. the excited nuclei decay back to their ground state either via the. Coherent Effects In Highly Excited Nuclei By Wilhelmi, Z.

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The existence of cross section fluctuations in nuclear reactions involving highly excited compound nuclei is now well established {1} since its theoretical prediction {2}. Next to the mean square deviation of the individually fluctuating cross sections from the average cross section, the important quantity desired experimentally is the mean Cited by: 5.

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The result is that such highly excited states are typically strongly coupled to other states. Often, this leads to so-called conical intersections (4, 5).Cited by: 2. The emission process is highly random in space and time (see thermal light). In a laser, however, light is emitted into a resonant mode, and that mode is highly coherent.

Thus, laser light is idealized as a coherent state. (Classically we describe such a state by an electric field oscillating as. Olmi I Decay properties of highly excited nuclei c FIGURE 7: A-distributions of binary events for different energy-loss bins The solid histograms of fig.

7 show, for different windows on TKEL, the dis- tributions of & obtained for the 2-body events in the reaction '"Mo + ""'lo at MeV/u, with an experimental set-up covering about 25''o Cited by: 8. An example of the nucleus of an atom being in an excited state is the Hoyle State, which was a theory devised by the Astronomer Fred Hoyle to help describe the vast quantities of carbon present in the universe, which wouldn't be possible without said Hoyle State.

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@article{osti_, title = {Microscopic description of giant resonances in highly excited nuclei}, author = {Sommermann, H M}, abstractNote = {Giant resonances of general multipolarity in highly excited nuclei, which are produced in compound nuclear and deep inelastic heavy ion reactions, are described microscopically in the finite temperature linear response formalism.

A nuclear isomer is a metastable state of an atomic nucleus, in which one or more nucleons (protons or neutrons) occupy higher energy levels than in the ground state of the same nucleus. "Metastable" describes nuclei whose excited states have half-lives to times longer than the half-lives of the excited nuclear states that decay with a "prompt" half life (ordinarily on the order of The characteristics of fission fragments of various highly-excited nuclei with, which are formed by γ- and α-captures, and by fusion–fission reactions, are discussed in details.

Excited Nuclear. Excited Nuclear States Nuclei With Z = Landolt-bornstein Springer New. $ 5 Coherent state description of -transitions to excited states in even-even nuclei H(+) JI (R) GJI(R)+iFJI(R) R!!1 JIH J (JR) JI [GJ(JR)+iFJ(JR)]: (24) Here, R0 is a radius inside the internal repulsive potential and "J are arbitrary small numbers, GJ(JR);FJ(JR) are the irregular and regular spherical Coulomb wave functions,respectively,dependingonthemomentum J inthechannelJ.

RICC Usage Report for Fiscal Year Project Title: Properties of highly excited Nuclei Name:Prof. Nguyen Dinh Dang 1, Rhine Kumar Arayakkandi Keechiprath2 Laboratory at RIKEN: 1Theoretical Nuclear Physics Lab., Nishina Center, Riken, Japan. 2Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.

The study of nuclear properties at extreme limits of. The decay of highly excited states of 24 Mg is studied in fusion evaporation events completely detected in charge in the reactions 12 C+ 12 C and 14 N+ 10 B at 95 and 80 MeV incident energy, respectively.

A detailed comparison with a dedicated statistical model reveals that the dominant reaction mechanism is compound nucleus formation and decay.R. Piepenbring, XVIII Mikolajki Summer School on Nuclear Physics, Coherent effects in highly excited nuclei, Harwood Academic Publishers in Nuclear Science Research Conference Series, 36 Author: Robert Piepenbring.Captured electrons excite nuclei to higher energy states giving the atom's nucleus enough energy to jump to a higher excited state.

These reactions formed 93 Mo in a highly excited state.