Book Review: Models of the Atomic Nucleus - With Interactive Software by Norman D. Cookcategories: Book, Mathematical Physics, Molecular Physics, Nuclear Physics
Author: Norman D. Cook
Brand: Brand: Springer
Paradigm Change: The New Unification of Nuclear PhysicsAfter more than 50 years of dominance of the gas-like "shell model" of nuclear structure, a new model promises to replace it. Cook shows how a face-centered-cubic lattice reproduces the SAME shells and subshells that made the shell model dominant. But the lattice also has tetrahedral clusters (like the alpha-particle model) AND a liquid-like nuclear interior (ALL nucleon-nucleon interactions are realistic nearest-neighbor effects). And that's it! Unification of the diverse models of nuclear physics in a self-consistent, comprehensible lattice model.
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