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Our current interests are focussed on "fundamental" approaches to nuclear physics, with the ultimate goal of linking it to quantum chromodynamics (QCD) - the underlying theory of the strong interaction. The Erice International School on Nuclear Physics was founded by Prof. Most went through undeflected but, unexpectedly, some were found on the other side of the metal sheet having been deflected. This symmetry is slightly nastier, and acts on both space-time and intrinsic quantities such as spin in a complicated way.

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Publisher: American Institute of Physics; 1998 edition (December 4, 1998)

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