Physics at Virginia

"A Random Walk in the Physics of Light Nuclei"

Rocco Schiavilla , JLAB
[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
3:30 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.

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