This e-book is a revised and up-to-date model of the main complete textual content on nuclear physics, first released in 1995. It continues the unique objective of offering a transparent, logical, in-depth, and unifying remedy of recent nuclear idea, starting from the nonrelativistic many-body challenge to the traditional version of the powerful, electromagnetic, and vulnerable interactions. additionally, new chapters at the theoretical and experimental advances made in nuclear physics some time past decade were integrated. 4 key themes are emphasised: uncomplicated nuclear constitution, the relativistic nuclear many-body challenge, strong-coupling QCD, and electroweak interactions with nuclei. New chapters were further at the many-particle shell version, potent box thought, density useful idea, heavy-ion reactions and quark-gluon plasma, and neutrinos. This e-book is designed to supply graduate scholars with a uncomplicated realizing of contemporary nuclear and hadronic physics had to discover the frontiers of the sector. Researchers will enjoy the updates on advancements and the bibliography.
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