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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication18/07/2013
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note44 black & white illustrations, 2 colour illustrations, biography
- Weight1259 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine34 mm
- Edited byOliver K. Manuel
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002
- Table Of ContentsContributors. Acknowledgements. Preface and Dedication. Part I: Glenn Seaborg and the Quest for Superheavy Elements. Ghiorso Remembers Seaborg; A. Ghiorso. Superheavy Elements at Berkeley: The Culmination of Seaborg's Career; K.E. Gregorich, V. Ninov. The Discovery of Superheavy Elements 107-112 and of the Deformed Shell at N = 162; P. Armbruster. Part II: The Nuclear Reactions that Made our Elements. The Decay of 19N; D.W. Anthony, et al. Measuring the Astrophysics Rate of the 21Na(p,gamma)22Mg Reaction; J.M. D'Auria for the Dragon Collaboration. Production and beta-Decay Half-Lives of Very N-Rich Nuclei; M. Bernas. The Role of the N = 28 and N = 40 Closed Shells in the Production of the Neutron-Rich Ca-Ti-Cr-Fe-Ni Elements in the Universe; O. Sorlin. Experimental Studies Related to s-Process Abundances; K. Wisshak, et al. Neutron Capture Cross Section Measurements for the Analysis of the s-Process; R.S. Rundberg, et al. About the Reliability of Extrapolation of Nuclear Structure Data for r-Process Calculations; G. Lhersonneau, et al. The Astrophysical r-Process; K.-L. Kratz, et al. Nuclear Aspects of Stellar and Explosive Nucleosynthesis; T. Rauscher, et al. Proton Captures in the Atmosphere of Accreting Neutron Stars; H. Schatz, et al. Part III: A Cosmological View of Nucleosynthesis. The Origin of the Elements; G. Burbidge. Chemical Evolution Tomorrow; V. Trimble. LiBeB Nucleosynthesis and Clues to the Chemical Evolution of the Universe; V.E. Viola. Measurement of the 44Ti Half-life and its Significance for Supernovae; I. Ahmad, et al. On the Half-Life of 44Ti in Young Supernova Remnants; E.B. Norman, E. Browne. Abundancesin SN 1987A and other Supernovae; R.A. Chevalier. The Birth of Planetary Systems Directly from Supernovae W.K. Brown. Bipolar Outflows in Stellar Astrophysics; A. Frank. Part IV: Nuclides in the Sun. Mini-blackhole at the Solar Centre and Isotopic Abundances in the Primitive Solar Nebula; S. Ramadurai. Abundances of the Elements in the Sun; N. Grevesse, A.J. Sauval. Isotopic Ratios: The Key to Elemental Abundances and Nuclear Reactions in the Sun; O. Manuel. Critical Evaluation of CI Chondrites as the Solar System Standard of Elemental Abundances; M. Ebihara, et al. Sensitivity of Solar Oscillation Frequencies to Element Abundances; J.A. Guzik, C. Neuforge. Inverse and Forward Helioseismology: Understanding the Interior Composition and Structure of the Present Sun; C.A. Rouse. Heterogeneous Accretion of the Sun and the Inner Planets; G. Hwaung. Interstellar Matter, Sun, and the Solar System; M.N. Vahia, D. Lal. Part V: Nuclides in the Sun's Planetary System. Isotope Anomalies in Tellurium in Interstellar Diamonds; R. Maas, et al. Isotope Abundance Anomalies in Meteorites: Clues to Yields of Individual Nucleosynthesis Processes; U. Ott. Variation of Molybdenum Isotopic Composition in Iron Meteorites; Q. Lu, A. Masuda. Iron Meteorites and Paradigm Shifts; E.C. Alexander, Jr. Chronology of Early Sonar System Events: Dating with Short-lived Nuclides; J.N. Goswami. Xenology, FUN Anomalies and the Plutonium-244 Story; P.K. Kuroda, W.A. Myers. Extinct 244Pu: Chronology of Early Solar System Formation; M.W. Rowe. A Search for Natural Pu-244 in Deep-Sea Sediment: Progress Report; K. Sakamoto, et al. Strange Xenon Isotope Ratios in Jupiter; K. Windler. Abundances of Hydrogen and Heliu
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