Titel: FISSION AND PROPERTIES OF NEUTRON-RICH NUCLEI - PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ICFN5
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Herausgegeben von Joseph H Hamilton, Akunuri V Ramayya
World Scientific Publishing Company
16. September 2013 - gebunden - 746 Seiten
These proceedings are the fifth in the series of International Conferences covering fission and properties of neutron-rich nuclei, which are at the forefront of nuclear research. The time interval of 5 years between each conference allows for significant new results to be achieved. Recently, world leaders in theory and experiments in research and the development of new facilities for research presented their latest results in areas such as synthesis of superheavy elements, new facilities for and recent results with radioactive ion beams, structure of neutron-rich nuclei, nuclear fission process, fission yields and nuclear astrophysics. This book is a major source of the latest research in these areas and plans for the future. The conference brought together a unique group of over 100 speakers including leaders from the major nuclear laboratories in Canada, China, France, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Switerzland and the US along with leading research scientists from around the world.
Challenges in Nuclear Fission: Prompt Neutron and Gamma-Ray Emission, Improved Fission Cross Sections for Applications and Modeling (F J Hambsch); Shell-Model Description of Nuclei Beyond 132Sn with a Realistic Effective Interaction (A Covello); Symmetry-adapted No-Core Shell Model (J P Draayer); Higher-Order Derivative Terms in the Low-Energy Nuclear Energy Density Functionals (J Dobaczewski); Cross-Over Between Different Symmetries (S Frauendorf); Nuclear Structure of Exotic Nuclei with Binary Reactions (G deAngelis); In-beam Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy with Fast Rare-Isotope Beams (A Gade); Prospects for New Gereration of ISOL Facilities based on Fission Process in Europe (S Gales); NSCL to FRIB at MSU (K Grelbke); The ISOLDE Facility: Highlights and Future Plans (M Borge); Cluster Decay of the Heaviest Superheavy Nuclei (D N Poenaru, R A Gherghescu and W Greiner); Recent Developments in Laser Spectroscopy at ISOLDE (K T Flanagan); Gyromagnetic Ratios in Neutron-Rich Nuclei by the Recoil in Vacuum Technique (A Stuchberry et al); Measurement of Isomeric Yield Ratios of Fission Products with the JYFLTRAP (D Gorelov, H Penttila, IGISOL Group, M Lantz, A Mattera and S Pomp); Superheavy Element Research at TASCA at GSI (C Dullmann); New Results for Elements 115, 117,118 Produced in Reactions 243Am + 48Ca and 249Bk/249Cf + 48Ca (V K Utyonkov); Actinide Isotopes for the Synthesis of Neutron Rich Super Heavy Nuclsi (J Roberto et al); Synthesis of Neutron Enriched Superheavy Nuclei (V Zagrebaev); Synthesis of New Neutron-Rich Superheavy Nuclei (W Loveland); Extreme Neutron Rich Sector of the Nuclear Chart (K A Gridnev, V N Tarasov, D V Tarasov, D K Gridnev, S Schramm and W Greiner); Highlights from 35 Years of Fission Research with Slow Neutrons at ILL (F Goennenwein); SPIDER: A New Instrument for Fission Yield Measurements (F Tovesson); Recent Research with the Detector for Advanced Neutron Capture Experiments (DANCE) at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (J L Ullmann); Time-Dependent Approach to the Angular Distribution of Scission Neutrons (T Wada, T Asano and M Hirokane); From Physics to Energy to Policy (D J Dean); Beta-Decay and Delayed Neutron Emission of Very Neutron-Rich Nuclei (I N Borzov); The Sensitivity of Rapid Neutron Capture Nucleosynthesis to Properties ofr Neutron-rich Nuclei (R Surman); Covariant Density Fucctional Theory for Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics (J Meng); Brownian Shape Dynamics in Nuclear Fission (J Randrup and P Moller); Monte Carlo Hauser-Feshbach Calculations of Prompt Fission Neutrons and Gamma Rays (P Talou); A Microscopic Theory of Low-Energy Fission (W Younes); Reaction Cross Sections for Time-Dependent Density Functional Calculations (Y Iwata); A High Resolution Ionization Chamber for the SPIDER Fission Fragment Detector (K Meierbachtol, F Tovesson, C W Arnold, A B Laptev, T A Bredeweg, M Jandel, R O Nelson, M C White, A A Hecht and D Mader); and other papers.