Exotic atoms "79 fundamental interactions and structure of matter /edited by Kenneth Crowe ... [et al.].. -- by Italy) International School of Physics of Exotic Atoms (2nd : 1979 : Erice

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Published by Plenum Press, c1980. in New York .

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Subjects:

  • Nuclear reactions -- Congresses,
  • Matter -- Constitution -- Congresses,
  • Nuclear chemistry -- Congresses,
  • Muons -- Congresses

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SeriesEttore Majorana international science series : Physical sciences -- v. 4
ContributionsCrowe, Kenneth
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 403 p. :
Number of Pages403
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19533892M

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The course dealt with two main topics, A) Exotic atoms and fundamental interactions and B) Applications to the study of the structure of matter.

One of the aims of the course was to offer an opportunity for the exchange of experiences between scientists working in the two : Paperback. An exotic atom is an otherwise normal atom in which one or more sub-atomic particles have been replaced by other particles of the same charge.

For example, electrons may be replaced by other negatively charged particles such as muons (muonic atoms) or pions (pionic atoms). Because these substitute particles are usually unstable, exotic atoms typically have very short lifetimes. The second course of the International School on the Physics of Exotic Atoms took place at the "Ettore Majorana" Center for Scien­ tific Culture, Erice, Sicily, during the period from March 25 to April 5, It was attended by 40 participants from 23 insti­ tutes in 8 countries.

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Proceedings of the International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (EXA ) held in Vienna, Austria, SeptemberNow the research in exotic atoms has a remarkable history of more than 50 years.

Enormous success in the understanding of fundamental interactions and symmetries. Abstract. An atom is a bound state of a nucleus with electrons held together by electromagnetic forces.

When some of the electrons are replaced by other particles such as μ-or p- one gets an exotic atom which is the subject of this one now further generalizes the concept by replacing the particles by nucleons or quarks, and the forces Exotic atoms 79 book well by nuclear or quark Author: Chan Hong-Mo.

If the exotic particle is a muon, it reaches the lowest energy level, 1s. The muon experiences only the Coulomb interaction with the protons in the nucleus and the weak interaction with all the nucleons. In the case of the hadrons (such as the pion, kaon, or antiproton) the cascade ends earlier for all exotic atoms except those with atomic.

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collection of articles into a book. G F Alfrey Down to basics Exotic Atoms ' Fundamental Interactions and Structure of Matter Kenneth Crowe et al (eds) New York: Plenum ix + pp price $45 The organisers of the Erice meeting have arbitrarily extended the usual defini-tion of exotic atoms, as simple systems.

Exotic atoms are atoms that hav e captured a long-lived, heavy pa r ticle. This particle can b e a lepton, sensitive only to the electro m ag n Author: Paul Indelicato.

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Similarly, analysing E- atoms of only Si and Pb yield real potential that is repulsive in the nuclear interior but has a shallow attractive pocket outside the nuclear surface. Examples for such fits are given in Table 2. These results should serve as encouragement to attempts to observe exotic atoms of -7and SCited by: 8.

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Exotic atoms are formed when particles are shot into and slowed down in matter. When they reach energies comparable to the binding energies of the outer atomic electrons, they are captured by an atom to form highly excited exotic-atom states.

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For example, an electron can be replaced by a more massive muon, forming a muonic atom. These types of atoms can be used to test the fundamental predictions of physics.

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Anything that has the capacity to do such work must, by definition, have energy (Figure ).File Size: 1MB. IntroductionExotic atoms in 3DSome 1D results Results in 2DSummary Introduction Exotic atoms: Plateaux and rearrangement History: Coulomb + short-range, Zel’dovich, Shapiro, etc. 1=r + V(r) Where V(r) isvery strongbut withvery short-range Energy shift E small but non perturbative, Rearrangementif V(r) attractive, when!coupling threshold for.

That exotic form of neon is one of a number of strange species created by physicists intent on contorting atoms. Some teams have inflated atoms to the size of dust particles. To determine the shape of the nuclei, the researchers produced beams of exotic—short-lived—radium and radon atoms at CERN’s Isotope Separator facility ISOLDE.

The atom beams were accelerated and smashed into targets of nickel, cadmium and tin, but due to the repulsive force between the positively charged nuclei, nuclear reactions were not.

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Instr. Meth. B () 9; Nucl. Instr. Meth. A () ECRIS Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion “Source” = cyclotron trap + hexapole magnet.Neutrons, with protons and electrons, make up an ns and protons are found in the nucleus of an atom.

Unlike protons, which have a positive charge, or electrons, which have a negative charge, neutrons have zero charge which means they are neutral ns bind with protons with the residual strong force.

Neutrons were predicted by Ernest Rutherford. The tunneling ionization of exotic atoms such as muonic hydrogen, muonium and positronium in a strong laser field of circular polarization is investigated taking into account the impact of the.

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