[Host: H. J. Weber]
In this talk I will discuss our current understanding, based on realistic nuclear Hamiltonians and currents, of a number of disparate issues generally relating to the structure and dynamics of light nuclei. These include: energy spectra of light nuclei with A up to 10, the determination of GEn from d(e,e')d data, longitudinal and transverse strength in the quasi-elastic (e,e') response of nuclei, the determination of parity-violating components of the NN interaction from pp elastic scattering, and finally (time permitting) an update on hep neutrinos from SuperK.
Nuclear Physics Seminar
Tuesday, October 9, 2001
Physics Building, Room 204
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