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29.05.2013

 

NUSTAR Seminar

Prof. Dr. V.Z. Goldberg, Texas A&M University, Cyclotron Institute, "Unusual nuclear structure revealed by resonance scattering", Theory Seminar Room, SB3 3.170a, 10:30 am


The availability of rare beams drastically changed the methodology and physics of the resonance scattering. Instead of averaged characteristics of highly excited states, the resonance scattering studies currently are focused on the lowest states in drip-line nuclei. The nuclear structure of these states is the goal of different contemporary models. The remarkable simplicity of the measurements made the field in question very popular among different laboratories. I will consider some examples of new light nuclei discovery, tests of the contemporary ab initio theoretical approaches, and unusual α cluster states. 


  

  

 
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