By Professor G. S. Anagnostatos, Professor Dr. W. von Oertzen (eds.)
The topic of clusters - small aggregates of debris - is a subject of fundamental curiosity in either atomic and nuclear physics, and in addition in different fields corresponding to the quark-structures of baryons and cosmology. The interaction among atomic and nuclear physics is a very attention-grabbing one simply because many innovations are universal to either fields (quantal results, shells, geometric constructions, collective modes, fission, etc.). those complaints include a wealth of papers illustrating the interdisciplinary function of cluster physics. a few of them are reprinted from Zeitschrift für Physik A and D.
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