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Spectral distributions in nuclei and statistical spectroscopy.


Spectral distributions in nuclei and statistical spectroscopy.

Ed. by V.K.B. Kota and Rizwan ul Haq.

World Scientific


695 pages




A long review paper on fluctuation-free spectroscopy is followed by 46 articles reproduced from journals published between 1966 and 2006. Among the topics are the validity of random matrix theories for many-particle systems, the angular-momentum dependence of the density of states, group theory and the propagation of operator averages, electromagnetic sum rules by spectral distribution methods, compound-nuclear tests of time reversal invariance in the nucleon-nucleon interaction, strength functions and spreading widths of simple shell model configurations, and underlying symmetries of realistic interactions and the nuclear many-body problem. New page numbers are added to original page numbers, but there is no index to refer to them.

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