Nuclei in the Cosmos XV
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Nuclei in the Cosmos XV

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These peer-reviewed NIC XV conference proceedings present the latest major advances in nuclear physics, astrophysics, astronomy, cosmochemistry and neutrino physics, which provide the necessary framework for a microscopic understanding of astrophysical processes. The book also discusses future directions and perspectives in the various fields of nuclear astrophysics research. In addition, it also includes a limited number of section of more general interest on double beta decay and dark matter.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 472 pages
  • 155 x 235mm
  • Cham, Switzerland
  • English
  • 1st ed. 2019
  • 152 Illustrations, color; 16 Illustrations, black and white; LXIV, 472 p. 168 illus., 152 illus. in color.
  • 3030138755
  • 9783030138752

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These peer-reviewed NIC XV conference proceedings present the latest major advances in nuclear physics, astrophysics, astronomy, cosmochemistry and neutrino physics, which provide the necessary framework for a microscopic understanding of astrophysical processes. The book also discusses future directions and perspectives in the various fields of nuclear astrophysics research. In addition, it also includes a limited number of section of more general interest on double beta decay and dark matter.
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Table of contents

Cosmology and big bang nucleosynthesis.- Stellar contributions to the chemical evolution, hydrostatic and explosive nucleosynthesis.- Neutrino and nucleus interaction in the cosmos.- Physics of nuclei far from stability.- Synthesis of heavy elements.- Direct observation of nucleosynthesis in stars.- Study of extra terrestrial materials.- Nucleosynthesis in extreme environments.- Techniques, tools and facilities for nuclear astrophysics.- Nuclear data for astrophysical applications.- Special topic: particle astrophysics and rare events in cosmos.
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