The Euroschool Lectures on Physics with Exotic Beams, Vol. I by Mark Huyse (auth.), Jim Al-Khalili, Ernst Roeckl (eds.)
By Mark Huyse (auth.), Jim Al-Khalili, Ernst Roeckl (eds.)
Research with radioactive ion beams has entered a brand new period with the arrival of lively beams of radioactive nuclei which are in a position to inducing nuclear reactions. the current booklet is the 1st quantity of edited lectures in keeping with fabric provided on the Euroschool on unique Beams during the last years. It introduces the graduate pupil and nonspecialist scientist from similar components into a variety of subject matters encompassing theoretical, experimental in addition to application-related elements of this starting to be box of research.
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