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Three body problem in nuclear and particle physics proceedings of the First International Conference on the three body problem in nuclear and particle physics (Birmingham, 8-10 July 1969) by International Conference on the Three Body Problem (1st 1969 Birmingham)

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Published by North-Holland Publishing in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English

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  • Problem of three bodies -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by J. S. C. McKee and P. M. Rolph.
ContributionsMcKee, James Stanley Colton., Rolph, P. M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC174.5
The Physical Object
Paginationxii,564p. :
Number of Pages564
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15184902M
ISBN 100720401658

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  In this article the author has attempted to state and explain the nature of the three-body problem in nuclear physics. Its solution is fundamental to a knowledge of the precise form of the nucleon-nucleon interaction. A Physical System. (Book Reviews: Three Body Problem in Nuclear and Particle Physics. Proceedings of an international conference, Birmingham, England, July ). Quantum mechanics. In quantum mechanics, examples of few-body systems include light nuclear systems (that is, few-nucleon bound and scattering states), small molecules, light atoms (such as helium in an external electric field), atomic collisions, and quantum dots.A fundamental difficulty in describing few-body systems is that the Schrödinger equation and the classical equations of motion are. Abstract. The three body nuclear reactions are of special interest in the nonrelativistic nuclear physics. Understanding of those will favour the progress in investigations of structure and dynamics of ensembles of strongly interacting particles.