Resonances in Few-Body Systems Proceedings of the International Workshop, Sárospatak, Hungary, September 4–8, 2000 / edited by A.T. Kruppa, R.G. Lovas.

Few-body resonances are in the frontiers of resonance studies. Very similar problems occur in atomic and molecular physics, nuclear physics and high-energy physics. This collection presents the state of the art of the studies of resonance states in these fields and demonstrates their common methodol...

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Other Authors: Kruppa, A.T. (Editor,, Lovas, R.G. (Editor,
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Vienna : Springer Vienna : Imprint: Springer, 2002.
Edition:1st ed. 2002.
Series:Few-Body Systems, Supplementa ; 13
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Table of Contents:
  • Opening Address
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • Resonances in Nuclei, Atoms, and Molecules: Why Are They so Interesting?
  • Doubly-Excited States of Two-Electron Atomic Systems in External Fields
  • Resonance Electron Molecule Collisions
  • Zero-Energy Resonance Effects in Break-up Collisions
  • Bound Excited States and Resonances of Positronium Molecule
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Study of Resonant States in Halo Nuclei
  • Nuclear Resonances by Extrapolation of Bound States
  • Resonances in He Isotopes
  • Structure of Continuum States in Neutron Drip-Line Nuclei
  • Continuum Level Density in the Microscopic Cluster Model: Parameters of Resonances
  • Few-Body Resonances in Light Nuclei
  • Three-Body Resonances in Borromean Halo Nuclei
  • Three-Neutron Resonances
  • Rotational Three-Body Resonances: A New Adiabatic Approach
  • Resonant-State Solution of the Faddeev-Merkuriev Integral Equations for Three-Body Systems with Coulomb-like Potentials
  • Finding Resonances in Deformed Systems and Its Application to Exotic Nuclei
  • Resonances Beyond the Proton Drip-Line
  • Probing Few-Body Systems with Bremsstrahlung
  • Application of Gamov Wavefunctions to Beta Delayed Nucleon Emission
  • Mathematical and General Aspects
  • A Curious Aspect of the Atomic Ionization Process Caused by Nuclear Decay
  • Doublets and Accidental Degeneracy of Resonances
  • A New Basis Set for Continuum Discretization
  • Exotic Systems, Baryons, Hadrons and Quarks
  • Properties of Ordinary and Exotic Hadrons
  • Baryon Resonances in Constituent-Quark Models
  • Hadron Dynamics in Meson-Baryon Few-Body Systems
  • Possible Origin of Three Nucleon Interactions
  • Microscopic Description of ?-Nuclear Systems
  • Nucleon-Nucleon Optical Potentials and Fusion of ?N, KN, ?? and NN Systems
  • Quasi-Stable Exotic Atoms/Nuclei as Resonance States
  • Program
  • List of Participants
  • List of Authors.