Nucleus–Nucleus Collisions

Nucleus–Nucleus Collisions

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The Conference a€œBologna 2000: Structure of the Nucleus at the Dawn of the Centurya€ was devoted to a discipline which has seen a strong revival of research activities in the last decade. New experimental results and theoretical developments in nuclear physics will certainly make important contributions to our knowledge and understanding of Nature's fundamental building blocks. The interest aroused by the Conference among the scientific community was clearly reflected in the large number of participants. These represented the most important nuclear physics laboratories in the world. The Conference covered five major topics of modern nuclear physics: nuclear structure, nucleusa€“nucleus collisions, hadron dynamics, nuclear astrophysics, and transdisciplinary and peaceful applications of nuclear science. It reviewed recent progress in the field and provided a forum for the discussion of current and future research projects. Contents: Quark and Gluona€“Plasma Phase Transition and Relativistic Heavy-Ion ReactionsLiquida€“Gas Phase Transitions in Nuclear MatterNuclear Caloric Curve and Thermodynamics of Heavy Ion CollisionsStatistical and Dynamics Aspects of FragmentationIntermediate Energy Heavy-Ion ReactionsReaction Mechanisms around the Barrier. Fusion and Fission in Heavy-Ion Reactions Readership: Nuclear physicists. Keywords:Nuclear Physics;Nuclear Structure;Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions;Hadron Dynamics;Nuclear AstrophysicsVaporized and multifragmenting sources produced in heavy ion collisions at intermediate energies are good candidates to investigate the phase diagram of nuclear matter. The properties of highly excited nuclear sources which undergo a anbsp;...

Title:Nucleus–Nucleus Collisions
Author: Giovanni C Bonsignori, Mauro Bruno, Alberto Ventura, Dario Vretenar
Publisher:World Scientific - 2001-11-09

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