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📙 Physics Reports vol.389 by D Durand, E Suraud, B Tamain — pdf free


Over the last decade one of the most active areas

of research in nuclear physics has been the study

of systems of nucleons in various dynamical

situations. Heavy-ion collisions at beam energies

in the range 30-150 MeV per nucleon, where

subnucleaonic degrees of freedom can be

considered as frozen, allow such systems to be

studied in detail. This book summarises our

current understanding of this branch of physics.

The authors' approach is to follow through time

the course of typical heavy-ion collisions, and to

discuss at each stage of the collisions, our

experimental and theoretical understanding. In

this way a clear picture of the physics can be

presented.

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