Physics 444 - Nuclear Physics

syllabus - Winter 2013
DOE 20 year Facilities Outlook
Physics Today Article on Rare Isotopes in the Cosmos, Nov. 2008
International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor(ITER)
Safety and Waste handling for ITER

Useful links:
Web site for Cal State LA Nuclear Physics group
http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/nuclear_physics/welcome_np.htm

Campus Library Link to online journals - You need an NIS account to access this. Once you are on the OJPS page scroll down the page to find the journals of interest. In particular these will be Physical Review C, Physical Review D, and Physical Review Letters.

Preprint archive - Preprints and archival papers of interest - look for Nuclear experiment/theory

Lecture notes on Electromagnetic Nuclear Physics  - (K. Aniol, mostly in power point)

Nuclear Data Wallet Cards - Table of masses for the isotopes from NNDC (pdf format, use Acrobat or Ghostview)

Elements on the Web - includes nuclear properties

Nuclear Moments - compilation by N. J. Stone ( BNL link)

Nuclear Moments - compilation by N. J. Stone (local CSLA copy )
Charge densities for 206Pb and 205Tl


Science Series Lectures dealing with Nuclear Physics:
The Rise of Nuclear Physics in the 20th Century - Fall 2000 Lecture Series
Lecture 1 October 25, 2000 - The Discovery of Radioactivity - A Hint of New Forces
Lecture 3 November 29, 2000 - The Downfall of the Old Symmetries - Discovering New Symmetries

The neutron radius of lead and neutron star structure - Fall 2002 Lecture ( power point)
The Impact of Special Relativity in Nuclear Physics: It's not just E=Mc2 - Fall 2005 Lecture Series



Some world wide sites of interest
Thomas Jefferson National  Accelerator Facility - Home of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility

Mainz Microtron home page - The University of Mainz Electron Accelerator
Relativisitic Heavy Iob Collider (RHIC) - Unique facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Fermi National Accelerator  Laboratory - The United States' large hadron collider
European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) - Major European Facility for High Energy Research
National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory - Michigan State University
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) - Large neutron source being built at Oak Ridge Tennessee
Super Kamiokande - Japanese Neutrino detector
Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) - Canadian neutrino detector
Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array (AMANDA) - neutrino detector in the Antarctic ice field

National Nuclear Data Center (NNDC) - Large collection of nuclear data from Brookhaven National Laboratory
Review of Particle Physics home page