Modern Atomic and Nuclear Physics
by C. Sharp Cook
Publisher: Van Nostrand 1961
Number of pages: 296
This book is intended for the college or university student who has completed at least one year of classical physics and mathematics through calculus. The general coverage of the subject of atomic and nuclear physics, as is done in this book, provides the student who is planning to continue his studies of physics a reason able base for a more meaningful understanding of many of the advanced texts and courses that he encounters later.
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by Howard Matis - CPEP
You don't have to be a nuclear physicist to understand nuclear science. The Wall Chart was created to explain to a broad audience the basic concepts of nuclear structure, radioactivity, and nuclear reactions as well as to highlight current research.
by J. Pearson - University of Manchester
From the table of contents: Basic Terminology; Nuclear Properties; Nuclear Models; Collective Excitations (Nuclear Vibrations, Nuclear Rotations); Alpha-decay (Fine Structure of alpha-decay); Beta-decay; Gamma-ray Emission; and more.
by W.M. Alberico, G. Garbarino - arXiv.org
The focus is on the weak decay modes of hypernuclei, with special attention to Lambda-hypernuclei. The subject involves many fields of modern physics, from nuclear structure to the fundamental constituents of matter and their interactions.
by Joseph P. Hornak - Rochester Institute of Technology
Nuclear magnetic resonance, or NMR as it is abbreviated by scientists, is a phenomenon which occurs when the nuclei of certain atoms are immersed in a static magnetic field and exposed to a second oscillating magnetic field.