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By Wolfgang Nörenberg, Hans A. Weidenmüller (auth.)

With the appearance of heavy-ion reactions, nuclear physics has got a brand new frontier. the recent heavy-ion resources working at electrostatic accelerators and the high-energy experiments played at Berkeley, Dubna, Manchester and Orsay, have spread out the sector, and feature proven us remarkable new customers. the recent accelerators now below building at Berlin, Daresbury and Darmstadt, in addition to these into consideration (GANIL, Oak Ridge, and so forth. ) are anticipated so as to add considerably to our wisdom and realizing of nuclear houses. this is applicable not just to such unique themes because the life and lifetimes of superheavy components, or the possibil­ ity of concern waves in nuclei, but additionally to such extra mundane matters as high-spin states, new areas of deformed nuclei and friction forces. the sector grants not just to provide a wealthy number of fascinating phenomena, but additionally to have popular theoretical implications. Heavy-ion reactions are characterised via the big lots of the fragments, in addition to the excessive overall strength and the big overall angular momentum ordinarily fascinated by the collision. A simply quantum-mechanical description of any such collision procedure should be too advanced to be both attainable or inter­ esting. we predict and, in a few cases,know that the classical restrict, the restrict of geometrical optics, a quantum-statistical or a hydrodynamical description effectively account for commonplace features.

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7) has to be re- R. (R. i gr +1)2 instead of R. 7). For R. gr >>1 (a condition easily met in HI reactions) this makes no difference. In addition, the absorption is not expected to set in abruptly for R. -< i R. , 11"~2 L (2e+1} (=0 We see that eq. CM) corresponds, for R. (ECM) and zero otherwise. m. energy is sketched in the lower part of fig. 4 , while the upper part shows of ECM as calculated from eqs. gr as function discu~~ion of the reaction mechanisms which contribute crR. Qualitatively speaking (see fig.

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