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Monograph: “Scattering and bound states in a system of several particles”

    The monograph “Scattering and bound states in a system of several particles” was published by the Institute for Safety Problems of Nuclear Power Plants of the NAS of Ukraine (authors: L. A. Bulavin, V. I. Kovalchuk, A. V. Nosovskyi). The volume of the publication is 200 pages.

     Scattering and bound states in a system of several particles is studied in the monograph. In the area of ​​intermediate energies, based on diffraction nuclear model, elastic collisions, reactions of nucleon transfer, collapse and scattering with excitation of low-lying collective states of target nuclei were analyzed. A microscopic formalism has been developed, which makes it possible to perform highly accurate calculations of cross sections and polarization characteristics of reactions. In the area of ​​low energies, using the formalism of Fadeev’s integral equations and the method of hyperspherical harmonics, a method of calculating the wave function in the interaction area has been created. In the region of the continuous spectrum at subthreshold energies of the nucleon, the experimental scattering cross sections are described, for the bound states of 3H and 3He, the values ​​of the binding energies of the nuclei, their magnetic moments, and root mean square radii are obtained, which are compared to the experiment. The theoretical foundations of the method of quasi-elastic scattering of slow neutrons for studying the dynamic properties of liquids are outlined. An experimental technique for determining self-diffusion coefficients of liquid molecules based on a neutron experiment is proposed.

     The scientific publication is recommended for scientists, engineering and technical specialists who work in the field of nuclear physics and atomic energy, and will also be useful for students and postgraduates of physics, physical and technical specialties of universities.

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