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Nuclear Structure with Coherent States

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This book covers the essential features of a large variety of nuclear structure properties, both collective and microscopic in nature. Most of results are given in an analytical form thus giving deep insight into the relevant phenomena. Using coherent states as variational states, which allows a description in the classical phase space, or provides the generating function for a boson basis, is an efficient tool to account, in a realistic fashion, for many complex properties. A detailed comparison with all existing nuclear structure models provides readers with a proper framework and, at the same time, demonstrates the prospects for new developments. The topics addressed are very much of current concern in the field. The book will appeal to practicing researchers and, due to its self-contained account, can also be successfully read and used by new graduate students.

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Titel: Nuclear Structure with Coherent States
Autoren/Herausgeber: Apolodor Aristotel Raduta
Ausgabe: 2015

ISBN/EAN: 9783319146416

Seitenzahl: 521
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 961 g
Sprache: Englisch

Apolodor Raduta graduated in Physics in 1965 and in Mathematics in 1972, at Bucharest University. He gained his PhD in 1972. Since 1965 he has been employed at Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering where he holds the most senior research position, i.e Senior Researcher of Rank 1. In 1998 became full professor at Bucharest University where he is now an Emeritus. He has received many prizes and was awarded a Senior Humboldt Fellowship. He is author of about 250 scientific papers and two books; has organized numerous conferences and summer schools, and supervised about 20 PhD students. He has held visiting professorships at numerous institutes around the world.

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