Surveys in Theoretical High Energy Physics 1: Lecture Notes

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The field of low-energy nuclear physics, which concentrates mainly on structure of and low-energy reaction on nuclei, has become one of the smaller parts of nuclear physics (apart from in the UK). One consequence of colour confinement is that the observable particles are either electrically neutral or have charges that are integral multiples of the charge of the electron. E. per nucleon {due to shape of BE per nucleon-nucleon graph}, energy is released {not lost} and hence products are more stable.

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