By Jie Meng, Caiwan Shen, En-Guang Zhao, Shan-Gui Zhou
This quantity is a set of the contributions to the 14th nationwide convention on Nuclear constitution in China (NSC2012). It offers a major up-to-date source within the nuclear physics literature for researchers and graduate scholars learning nuclear constitution and similar themes. contemporary development made within the learn of nuclear spectroscopy of high-spin states, nuclear mass and half-life, nuclear astrophysics, super-heavy nuclei, risky nuclei, density sensible thought, neutron megastar and symmetry power, nuclear topic, and nuclear shell version are lined.
Readership: Researchers, execs, and graduate scholars learning nuclear constitution and similar subject matters.
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