Theoretical Methods in Medium-Energy and Heavy-Ion Physics

A NATO Advanced Studies Institute was held June 12-23, 1978, at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin. It was a topical Institute in theoretical nuclear physics and had the some­ what novel feature of focussing not on a single topic but on two closely allied ones: pion-nucleus and heavy-...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: McVoy, K. W. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1978, 1978
Edition:1st ed. 1978
Series:Nato ASI Subseries B:, Physics
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505 0 |a Heavy Ion Reactions -- The Current Experimental Situation In Heavy-Ion Reactions -- Semi-Classical Approximation for Heavy Ions -- Nuclear Dynamics: The Time-Dependent Mean-Field Approximation and Beyond -- Transport Theory of Deeply Inelastic Heavy-Ion Reactions -- Reactions Between Heavy Ions at High Energy -- Models of High Energy Nuclear Collisions -- Pion-Nucleus Reactions -- Multiple Scattering Theory -- Field Theory Aspects of Meson-Nucleus Physics -- Pion-Nucleus Scattering in the Isobar Formalism -- Application of Three-Body Techniques to Pion-Nucleus Scattering 
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520 |a A NATO Advanced Studies Institute was held June 12-23, 1978, at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin. It was a topical Institute in theoretical nuclear physics and had the some­ what novel feature of focussing not on a single topic but on two closely allied ones: pion-nucleus and heavy-ion physics. These two fields. both dedicated to the investigation of short-wave­ length properties of nuclei, have many techniques and concepts in cornmon, and essentially become one in the topic of relativistic heavy-ion physics. The purpose of including both in a single Institute was to encourage the practitioners in each of these fields to learn from those in the other; to judge from the liveli­ ness of the questioning which ensued, the purpose was well-served indeed. Because the Institute was viewed as one which served both educational and research ends, the lecturers took particular pains to develop their subjects in a careful, coherent sequence. The result is a compendium of advanced techniques and current results in these two rapidly-expanding fields of nuclear theory which should serve interested physicists as an ideal introduction to the fields. In addition to the support provided by the Scientific Affairs Division of NATO, substantial financial assistance was provided by the U. S. National Science Foundation and the Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin