Advances in Nuclear Physics

With the appearance of Volume 3 of our series the review articles them­ selves can speak for the nature of the series. Our initial aim of charting the field of nuclear physics with some regularity and completeness is, hopefully, beginning to be establishe

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Contributors to this Volume Aron M. Bernstein

Daniel S. Koltun

Department of Physics Department of Physics & Astronomy Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Rochester Cambridge, Massachusetts Rochester, New York

Bent Elbek The Niels Bohr Institute University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark

J. B. French

J. B. McGrory

Physics Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee

A. N. Mitra

Department of Physics University of Rochester Rochester, New York

Department of Physics & Astrophysics University of Delhi Delhi, India

E. C. Halbert

Per Olav Tj¢m

Physics Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Institute of Physics University of Oslo 0510, Norway

S.S.M. Wong Department of Physics University of Rochester Rochester, New York

ADVANCES IN

NUCLEAR PHYSICS Edited by

Michel Baranger Department of Physics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts

Erich Vogt Department of Physics University of British Columbia Vancouver, B.C., Canada

VOLUME 3

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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 67-29001 ISBN 978-1-4757-9020-7 ISBN 978-1-4757-9018-4 (eBook) DOI 10.1007/978-1-4757-9018-4 © 1969 Springer Science+Business Media New York Originally published by Plenum Press, New York in 1969. Softcover reprint ofthe hardcover 1st edition 1969

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ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN EARLIER VOLUMES Volume 1 The Reorientation Effect J. de Boer and J. Eichler The Nuclear SU3 Model M.Harvey The Hartree--'Fock Theory of Deformed Light Nuclei G. Ripka The Statistical Theory of Nuclear Reactions E. Vogt Three-Particle Scattering - A Review of Recent Work on the Nonrelativistic Theory I. Duck

Volume 2 The Giant Dipole Resonance B.M.Spicer Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Reactions c. Glashausser and J. Thirion The Pairing-Plus-Quadrupole Model D. R. Bes and R. A. Sorensen The Nuclear Potential P. Signell Muonic Atoms S. Devons and I. Duerdoth

ARTICLES PLANNED FOR FUTURE VOLUMES Shell Model Calculations with Realistic Nuclear Forces E. C. Halbert, T. T. S. Kuo, and B. H. Wildenthal Nuclear Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy with Ge (Li) Detectors G. T. Ewan, A. E. Litherland, and T. K. Alexander Multi-Nucleon Transfer Reactions R. Broglia, O. Hansen, and K. Riedel Heavy-Ion On-Line Spectroscopy R. M. Diamond and F. S. Stephens N ucleogenesis C. A. Barnes Neutron Capture and Astrophysical Processes J. H. Gibbons and R. L. Macklin High-Energy Scattering From Nuclei W.CZYz

Inelastic and Elastic Electron Scattering D. G. Ravenhall Variational Techniques in the Nuclear Three-Body Problem L. M.Delves Investigation of Hole States in Nuclei by Means of Pick-up, Knock-Out, and Related Reactions D. F. Jackson Infinite Nuclear Matter D. Sprung

PREFACE With the appearance of Volume 3 of our series the review articles themselves can speak for the nature of the series. Our initial aim of charting the field of nuclear physics with