By E. Lehmann (auth.), B. Remaud, A. Calboreanu, V. Zoran (eds.)
The ASI 'Topics in Atomic and Nuclear Collisions' used to be prepared in Predeal from August 31 to September eleven. It introduced jointly individuals with a extensive curiosity in Atomic and Nuclear Physics from a number of examine institutes and universities in Ro mania and sixteen different international locations. the college keeps a practice that begun on a small lower in 1968, fo cussing normally on present difficulties in nuclear physics. although the organizing of this version begun very overdue and in very doubtful monetary and monetary stipulations, it grew to become out to be the biggest assembly of this kind ever equipped in Romania, either in issues and participation. there have been many candidates for participation and can provide, significantly greater than will be dealt with. the choice made through the neighborhood organizing committee used to be in accordance with the next standards: a formal stability of atomic and nuclear physicists, a large illustration of individuals from examine Institutes and Universities, a balanced par ticipat!on with admire to age, intercourse, nationality and observance of ASI requirements.
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34 (solid dots up to;:::: 100 MeV,), Parker et al. 28 (solid dots at 120 MeV). The theoretical predictions 39 include (full lines) and neglect (dashed lines) the emission of nucleons in the pre-equilibrium phase. 37 " 2Ote1 lrjl - ...... . so. 100. t/ so. 60. 120. 100. 120. '- .... : 60. so. 100. " SO. 100. ECMeV) 120. 60. so. 100. 120. " 120. Fig. 9 - Excitation functions for production of 203,202,201g,200g,1999Bi in the interaction of 12C with 197 Au. The experimental data are from Bimbot et al.