At the forefront of nuclear science, Alexandra gives a nice and useful overview of what excitation energies mean in today's questions of nuclear structure. Very useful for both researchers and graduate students.
A novel technique for measuring nuclear reaction cross sections may yield long-sought parameters for short-lived isotopes.
The idea of inverse kinematics has been around for some time. The implementation is quite hard. We have tried similar things with a He cryogenic target, without large success. I am very glad Rene Reifarth and colleagues managed to do it with protons.
Radiation tends to strike fear in the hearts of the general populace, particularly the ionizing variety produced by X-rays and radioactive elements. But most have no idea what actual radiation looks like. Now a French organization called CloudyLabs has found a way to let us see the process in action using a simple cloud chamber.
Dramatic increases in ionization efficiencies for uranium, thorium, and palladium, which were made possible with RILIS, enable new studies relevant to nuclear fuels cycles, neutrino detection, and isotope production.
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