Common Problems and Ideas of Modern Physics: Proceedings of by T. Bressani, Italy) Winter School on Hadronic Physics (6th :

By T. Bressani, Italy) Winter School on Hadronic Physics (6th : 1991 : Folgaria, A. Zenoni

The most target of the varsity is to provide to younger physicists the main open difficulties in hadronic physics within the confinement area, and to teach that they're heavily associated with comparable open difficulties in nuclear physics and condensed subject. New experimental amenities and methods regarding the answer of the above challenge are awarded.

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M. 14), and Bn is the number of such moH~s. 14) stems from a counting of 26h• aero-point fluctuations of both the radiation and the matter fields • As shovn in Ref. 15) a saall but finite "glp" that stands against thermal excitations of the "quasi-particles" of He, in our case Landau's "rotons" (see Fig. 2). 0 Fig. 2 The dispersion curve of 4 quasiparticle excitations of He as determined from neutron scattering. 4 From now on everything is completely standard. At T·O all atoms of He are engaged in the weakly superradiant process, and by increasing the temperatYff the normal fluid component gets excite4 with a Boltzmann spectrum e, where to the roton minimum A(T) of Fig.

9 The d-electrons' plasma oscillations between nearest id-neighbors. 53A). Suppose a D molecule of the approximate size of •2a enters the lattice, the elect~ostatic forces will be strong enough to Year it apart and send the deuterons into contiguous minima, thus modifying the potential profile as depicted in figure lO(b), The modification of the nearest wells (by about 10 eV at the bottom) is then, presumably, strong enough that molecular 02 cannot be dissociated there. This would explain easily and naturally wny the ~phase of o2 absorbed in Pd, in a vide span of p and T, is at x•2/3.

To shine these y's emitted from a crystal on another crystal of Fe , to see whether the y's from the transition 3/2-~1/2- get resonantly absorbed in the reverse transition 1/2-~3/2-. In order to appreciate what is at stake, let's go to zero-temperature and do some kinematics. e. Y On the other hand a similarly calculation ~Sows that for the absorbed y-energy one has i Eabs Y =~»+zmF recoil simple ( 4. e. 29) Y Y mFe is much larger, by more than 5 orders of magnitude, than the width of the transition r.

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