Some aspects of statistical theory in nuclear reactions
At high enough energies it is apparent that the nucleus ought to be and is well described as a Fermi gas of independent particles. At lower energies the study of individual levels becomes possible and the prediction of their properties is in many cases possible from shell model studies. There is an energy region in which the statistical distribution only of levels is know and it is certainly different in its behaviour from that of an infinite Fermi gas. Whether the terms introduced to...[Show more]
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