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By Aldo Covello

This quantity offers a finished survey by way of overseas specialists of contemporary advancements within the box of nuclear constitution. either experimental and theoretical matters are lined. at the experimental aspect, the newest study and the envisaged advancements within the most crucial laboratories, the place radioactive ion beams can be found, are reviewed intimately. at the theoretical facet, many of the ways to a primary thought of nuclear constitution ranging from the nucleon-nucleon interplay are mentioned, going from few-body platforms, the place "ab initio" calculations are attainable, to advanced nuclei, the place the shell version performs a key function. result of present experimental and theoretical experiences on unique nuclei also are awarded.

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