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See also the website of the [http://www.theorie2.physik.uni-erlangen.de/collaboration/index.html Erlangen-Toulouse collaboration]
 
See also the website of the [http://www.theorie2.physik.uni-erlangen.de/collaboration/index.html Erlangen-Toulouse collaboration]
  
'''Atomic Nuclei''' - In the research areas mentioned so far the atomic nucleus can be treated as a charged point. At higher spatial resolution, below 10<sup>-14</sup> m, one has to account for its structure, consisting of interacting protons and neutrons. Quite similar as the metallic clusters the nucleus is a finite many-body system, a drop, whose structure is strongly determined by quantum shell effects and surface forces. Enhanced stability at certain magic proton and/or neutron numbers allows the existence of exotic unstable nuclei which can be produced in reactors or by accelerators. Exotic isotopes of known elements, i.e. extremely neutron- or proton rich nuclei play an important role in the nucleosynthesis in stars. There is also the quest for yet unknown superheavy elements with Z > 112. The new reactor in Garching is excellently suited for further experimental research in this area. This allows an improvement of the theories for the structure of the atomic nucleus and its dynamics.
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'''Atomic Nuclei''' - In the research areas mentioned so far the atomic nucleus can be treated as a charged point. At higher spatial resolution, below 10<sup>-14</sup> m, one has to account for its structure, consisting of interacting protons and neutrons. Quite similar as the metallic clusters the nucleus is a finite many-body system, a drop, whose structure is strongly determined by quantum shell effects and surface forces. Enhanced stability at certain magic proton and/or neutron numbers allows the existence of exotic unstable nuclei which can be produced in reactors or by accelerators. Exotic isotopes of known elements, i.e. extremely neutron- or proton rich nuclei play an important role in the nucleosynthesis in stars. There is also the quest for yet unknown superheavy elements with Z > 112. This allows an improvement of the theories for the structure of the atomic nucleus and its dynamics.

Latest revision as of 07:16, 6 April 2016

Here are the publications of Prof. Dr. Dr. P.-G. Reinhard et alii in the following categories:

ALL   REVIEWS   NUCLEI   CLUSTER/MOLECULES   PLASMA/BULK   GENERAL   NUMERICS  

Research topics Reinhard group

Metallic Clusters - Metallic clusters are microscopically small drops of two to a few thousand metal atoms. Such systems lie between the atom and the bulk solid state.

See also the website of the Erlangen-Toulouse collaboration

Atomic Nuclei - In the research areas mentioned so far the atomic nucleus can be treated as a charged point. At higher spatial resolution, below 10-14 m, one has to account for its structure, consisting of interacting protons and neutrons. Quite similar as the metallic clusters the nucleus is a finite many-body system, a drop, whose structure is strongly determined by quantum shell effects and surface forces. Enhanced stability at certain magic proton and/or neutron numbers allows the existence of exotic unstable nuclei which can be produced in reactors or by accelerators. Exotic isotopes of known elements, i.e. extremely neutron- or proton rich nuclei play an important role in the nucleosynthesis in stars. There is also the quest for yet unknown superheavy elements with Z > 112. This allows an improvement of the theories for the structure of the atomic nucleus and its dynamics.