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Quantum Engi Q and A_Part_41 - Forbidden decays 14.11.4 Why...

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14.7. MASS AND ENERGY 121 14.7 Mass and energy 14.8 Binding energy 14.9 Nucleon separation energies 14.10 Liquid drop model 14.10.1 Nuclear radius 14.10.2 von Weizs¨ acker formula 14.10.3 Explanation of the formula
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122 CHAPTER 14. NUCLEI [UNFINISHED DRAFT] 14.10.4 Accuracy of the formula 14.11 Alpha Decay 14.11.1 Decay mechanism 14.11.2 Comparison with data 14.11.3
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Unformatted text preview: Forbidden decays 14.11.4 Why alpha decay? 14.12 Shell model 14.13. COLLECTIVE STRUCTURE 123 14.12.1 Average potential 14.12.2 Spin-orbit interaction 14.12.3 Example occupation levels 14.12.4 Shell model with pairing 14.12.5 Confguration mixing 14.12.6 Shell model Failures 14.13 Collective Structure...
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