TOPICS IN ELECTRON SCATTERING AND NUCLEAR MODELS: NOTES ON LECTURES GIVEN AT NRL IN THE FALL OF 1966.
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C
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A review is presented of the basic theory of electron scattering from nuclei and of photonuclear processes, as well as a discussion of the analysis of electron scattering experiments. This includes cross sections in Born approximation, elastic scattering from nuclei for the study of nuclear moments, and continuum scattering. Particular attention is given to inelastic electron scattering with excitation of nuclear levels, both below and in the giant resonance region. A variety of theoretical models is discussed that describe excitations of nuclear states. Author
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics