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Superimposed on this classical picture, however, are quantum-mechanical effects, which can be described using the nuclear shell model, developed in large part by Maria Goeppert Mayer [17] and J. In each detector, the number of neutrinos observed was somewhat lower than standard theory predicted. These insights are presented in the text of a closely-reasoned lecture that contains no equations. 22. Core Physics and Multiplying Media 1, (5 lectures) Significance of neutrons: The Curve of Binding Energy and its Relation to Fission and Fusion, Number Densities, Cross sections, and Mean Free Paths; Theory of fission: Resonances, The Fission Barrier, The Semi-Empirical Mass Formula, Energy release from Fission; IntroductoryReactor physics and kinetics: Simple Ideas of Reactor Criticality, The Four Factor Formula, Delayed Neutrons. 1-Group Diffusion and the Graphite Stack (An experiment in the Laboratory) The Neutron Transport Equation with Fission Source.

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Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006 edition (February 12, 2010)

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