Electromagnetic Response of Atomic Nuclei

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

bySigfrido Boffi, Carlotta Giusti, Franco Davide Pacati

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In this book the authors present the basic formalism to describe the electromagnetic field and its interaction with nuclear matter. Among the areas studied are pion production, polarization phenomena, and photonuclear reactions at intermediate energies. At a time when data will becomeavailable from many newly commissioned laboratories both in Europe and the USA, this book offers a timely presentation of the current understanding of the electromagnetic response of atomic nuclei. Its introductory approach and rich bibliography will make it invaluable to postgraduate students andresearchers.

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In this book the authors present the basic formalism to describe the electromagnetic field and its interaction with nuclear matter. Among the areas studied are pion production, polarization phenomena, and photonuclear reactions at intermediate energies. At a time when data will becomeavailable from many newly commissioned laboratories ...

Sigfrido Boffi is at University of Pavia. Carlotta Giusti is at University of Pavia. Franco Davide Pacati is at University of Pavia. Marco Radici is at National Institute of Nuclear Physcis.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:518 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.26 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198517742

ISBN - 13:9780198517740

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Table of Contents

1. Historical introduction2. The electromagnetic interaction3. Elastic scattering4. Form factors of excited baryons5. Inclusive inelastic scattering6. Semi-inclusive inelastic scattering7. One-nucleon knockout reactions8. Two-nucleon emission9. Meson production10. The deep-inelastic response11. Spin degrees of freedom12. Polarization experiments