Published January 1991
by Pergamon Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
Progress in Nuclear Physics, Volume 9 is a collection of six papers dealing with nuclear physics. The monograph discusses the significance of visual techniques in the development of high energy physics; the development of solid semiconductor detectors; theoretical techniques of high-energy beam design; and the structure analysis of collision. Buy Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics (Progress in Particle & Nuclear Physics) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Formerly Progress in nuclear physics." Editor: v.l- Sir Denys Wilkinson. Description: volumes. Nuclear physics began one century ago during the “miraculous decade” be- This book is an introduction to a large variety of scientiﬁc and techno- comparatively simple, but sound, description of the major progress particle physics and fundamental interactions made since the late ’s. In chapter 5, we turn to the ﬁrst.
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