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# Nuclear Physics

Selected contemporary works in Nuclear Physics
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## Non-extensive Statistics Solution to the Cosmological Lithium Problem

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## Exotic neutron-rich medium-mass nuclei with realistic nuclear forces

We present the first application of the newly developed extended Kuo-Krenciglowa (EKK) theory of the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction to shell-model studies of exotic nuclei, including those where conventional approaches with fitted interactions encounter difficulties. This EKK theory enables us to derive an interaction that is suitable for several major shells $(sd+pf$ in this work). By using such an effective interaction obtained from the Entem-Machleidt QCD-based $\ensuremath{\chi}{\mathrm{N}}^{3}\mathrm{LO}$ interaction and the Fujita-Miyazawa three-body force, the energies, $E2$ properties, and spectroscopic factors of low-lying states of neutron-rich Ne, Mg, and Si isotopes are nicely described, as the first shell-model description of the island of inversion'' without fit of the interaction. The long-standing question as to how particle-hole excitations occur across the $sd\text{\ensuremath{-}}pf$ magic gap is clarified with distinct differences from the conventional approaches. The shell evolution is shown to appear similarly to earlier studies.
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## Radionuclide metrology research for nuclear site decommissioning

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## Physicists improve method for designing fusion experiments

"Measure twice, cut once" is an old carpenter's proverb—a reminder that careful planning can save time and materials in the long run.
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## The performance of the γ-ray tracking array GRETINA for γ-ray spectroscopy with fast beams of rare isotopes

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## Decaying atoms feel a tiny frictional force, say physicists

Calculations show how internal transition affects motion
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## Nuclear diamonds: the ultimate long-life battery?

Potential power supply for deep-space missions
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## The radiation field in the Gamma Irradiation Facility GIF++ at CERN

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## Mitigating radiation damage of single photon detectors for space applications

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## Overview of 10-year operation of the superconducting linear accelerator at the Spallation Neutron Source

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## Influence of target thickness on the release of radioactive atoms

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## Chemistry research breakthrough could improve nuclear waste recycling technologies

Researchers from The University of Manchester have taken a major step forward by describing the quantitative modelling of the electronic structure of a family of uranium nitride compounds – a process that could in the futur
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## European funding for research on evolution of the universe

The European framework COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) has decided to fund an Action for research on the evolution of the universe by studying the production of chemical elements in stars and stellar explosions. The Action called ChETEC (Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos) is currently supported by 44 proposers throughout 22 countries. Apart from main proposer professor Raphael Hirschi from Keele University in Great Britain also Gabriel Martinez Pinedo, researcher at FAIR and GSI and professor at the Technical University of Darmstadt, is among them. The Action will provide funding to bring European research, science and business together to further our understanding of nuclear processes in the universe.
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## Call for Rosen Scholar Nominations - Projects and Awards

Your entry into the neutron world.
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## KM3NeT 2.0: A carbon neutral research facility

EU Science News
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## February 12, 1935: Patent granted for Van de Graaff generator

February 12, 1935: Patent granted for Van de Graaff generator
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## Proton-Neutron Equilibration Takes Just 0.3 Zeptoseconds

The equilibration of nuclei containing a large imbalance of protons and neutrons can occur in 3×10−22 seconds, according to experiments—important information for models of element-creation in supernovae.
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## Physicists seek neutron lifetime’s secret

Updated experiments hope to resolve neutron lifetime discrepancy.
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## Core Concept: Stabilizing turbulence in fusion stellarators

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## First On-Site True Gamma-Ray Imaging-Spectroscopy of Contamination near Fukushima Plant

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## Review of experimental and theoretical status of the proton radius puzzle

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## SERCNP-2017

A training school for nuclear physics community
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## Der lange Weg zum Fusionsreaktor

Nach jahrzehntelanger Planung und Debatte wird die ITER-Anlage nun endlich gebaut, und das Wendelstein 7-X Experiment wurde letzten Monat erfolgreich getestet: Es tut sich was in der Fusionsforschung.
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## L'énergie nucléaire - Film Documentaire - YouTube

La naissance de l'énergie nucléaire, l'uranium, les centrales nucléaires, la distribution d'électricité. L'énergie nucléaire génère la peur des hommes. Mai
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