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Theoretical Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics

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628

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Cover of: Theoretical Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics
Theoretical Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics
September 29, 2004, World Scientific Publishing Company
Paperback in English - 2 edition
Cover of: Theoretical Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics
Theoretical Nuclear And Subnuclear Physics
September 30, 2004, World Scientific Publishing Company
Hardcover in English - 2 edition
Cover of: Theoretical nuclear and subnuclear physics
Theoretical nuclear and subnuclear physics
1995, Oxford University Press
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First Sentence

"That the strong nuclear force is basically attractive is demonstrated in many ways: a bound state of two nucleons, the deuteron, exists in the spin triplet state with (J,T) = (1+,0); interference with the known Coulomb interaction in pp scattering demonstrates that the force is also attractive in the spin singlet S0 state; and, after all, atomic nuclei are self-bound systems."

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Format
Paperback
Number of pages
628
Dimensions
9.6 x 6.5 x 1.3 inches
Weight
2.2 pounds

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OL9196597M
ISBN 10
9812388982
ISBN 13
9789812388988
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307210
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2284376

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That the strong nuclear force is basically attractive is demonstrated in many ways: a bound state of two nucleons, the deuteron, exists in the spin triplet state with (J,T) = (1+,0); interference with the known Coulomb interaction in pp scattering demonstrates that the force is also attractive in the spin singlet S0 state; and, after all, atomic nuclei are self-bound systems.
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