Cechák, Tomas, Jenkovszky, László, Karpenko, Iurii (Eds.)
2006, XIV, 276 p.
Springer eBooks may be purchased by end-customers only and are sold without copy protection (DRM free). Instead, all eBooks include personalized watermarks. This means you can read the Springer eBooks across numerous devices such as Laptops, eReaders, and tablets.
You can pay for Springer eBooks with Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal.
After the purchase you can directly download the eBook file or read it online in our Springer eBook Reader. Furthermore your eBook will be stored in your MySpringer account. So you can always re-download your eBooks.
Recent results on the nature of low-, intermediate- and high-energy nuclear forces as well as on the internal structure of nucleons and atomic nuclei are presented. Prospects to find a new state of the nuclear matter at extreme conditions that existed in the early Universe and the utilisation of the nuclear energy are discussed.
Preface. I. Nuclear Science.
Nonstationary Vortices in Nuclear Matter and some Open Systems; D. Anchishkin.- Onset of Deconfinement and Critical Point - Future Ion Program at the CERN SPS; M. Gazdzicki.- Production and study of antihydrogen in the ATHENA experiment; P. Genova.- Critical Line of the Deconfinement Phase Transitions; M. Gorenstein.- Multiple production in Nuclear Collisions; A. Kaidalov.- An experimental proposal to measure; V. Kozhuharov.- Low-energy photon scattering on a polarizable particle; S. Lukashevich.- Fluctuations near the deconfinement phase transition boundary; I. Mishustin.- Results from K2K and status of T2K; Y. Oyama.- Hamiltonian Approach to Cosmological Perturbations in General Relativity; V. Pervushin.- Recent results from ep interactions at HERA; A. Polini.- Top Quark Physics from Tevatron to LHC; V. Simak.- The QCD Analytic Perturbation Theory description of hadronic contributions into few important effects; I. Solovtsov.- On Nature of Scalar and Tensor Mesons from the Analysis of Processes; Yu. Surovtsev.- New proposal of numerical modelling of Bose-Einstein correlations: Bose-Einstein correlations from 'within'; G. Wilk.- Dissociation Of Relativistic Nuclei In Peripheral Interactions In Nuclear Track Emulsion; P. Zarubin.- Cosmic Evolution as 'Superfluid' Motion in GR; V. Zinchuk.- II. Nuclear Safety.
The Uranium Mining and Storage of Nuclear Waste in Czech Republic; T. Cechák.- Current State and the Future of Nuclear Energy; L. Davydov.- Fast Reactor Based on the Self-Sustained Regime of Nuclear Burning Wave; S. Fomin.- On the Subcritical Amplifier of Neutron Flux Based on Enriched Uranium; L. Jenkovszky.- Transmutation of Fission Products and Minor Actinides in a Subcritical Assembly Driven by a Neutron Generator; H. Kiyavitskaya.- Experiment and Radiation Safety at Colliders; V. Pugatch