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Accessible overview of nuclear and particle physics suitable for a first course in the subject. The force that holds the nucleus together (nuclear force) is due to "leakage" from gluon exchange resulting in an exchange of pion particles between protons & neutrons. The last symbol represents an anti-neutrino. The graduate program provides research opportunities in numerous fields including atomic physics and quantum optics; nuclear physics; particle physics; astrophysics and cosmology; condensed matter; quantum information physics and applied physics.

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