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Advances in Nuclear Dynamics : Advances in Nuclear Dynamics 4 Proceedings of the 14th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics Held in Snowbird, Utah, January 31-February 7, 1998 v. 4 - Wolfgang Bauer

Advances in Nuclear Dynamics

Advances in Nuclear Dynamics 4 Proceedings of the 14th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics Held in Snowbird, Utah, January 31-February 7, 1998 v. 4

By: Wolfgang Bauer (Editor), Hans-Georg Ritter (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st January 1999
ISBN: 9780306460364
Number Of Pages: 388

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These are the proceedings of the 141h Winter Vorkshop on Nuclear Dynamics, the latest of a serif'S of workshops that was started in 1~)78. This series has grown into a tradition. bringing together experimental and theoretical expertise from all areas of the study of nudear dynamics. Following tllf' tradition of the Workshop the program covered a broad range of topics aerof'S a large energy range. At the low energy end llluitifragmentation and its relationship to the nuclear liquid to gas phase transition was disclIssf'd in grf'at df'­ tail. New pxpf'rimental data, refined analysis techniques, and new theoretical effort have lead to considerable progress. In the AGS energy range we see the emergence of systematic data that contribute to our understanding of the reaction dynamics. The workshop also showf'd that at CERN energies Itadronic data become much more precise and complet.e and a renewed emphasis on basic hadronic processes and hadronic struc­ ture as a precondition to understand the initial conditions and a basis for systematic comparisons. Wolfgang Bauer Michigan State Univcr'sity Hans-Georg Ritter Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory v PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS The following table contains a list of the dates and locations of the previous Winter Workshops on Nuclear Dynamics as well as the members of the organizing committees. The chairpersons of the conferences are underlined.

Experimental evidence of "in medio" effects in heavy-ion collisions at intermediate energiesp. 1
Hadrochemical vs. microscopic analysis of particle production and freeze-out in ultra-relativistic collisionsp. 13
Di-leptons at CERNp. 25
Multifragmentation at intermediate energy: dynamics or statistics?p. 33
Survival probabilities of disoriented chiral domains in relativistic heavy ion collisionsp. 43
Low p[subscript t] particle spectra and strangelet search from Au + Au collisions: Final results from BNL-AGS experiment E878p. 55
Searching for critical phenomena in nuclear fragmentationp. 65
Fragment production in a finite size lattice gas modelp. 69
H dibaryon search in p-A collisions at the AGSp. 79
A dynamical effective model of ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisionsp. 89
The Coulomb Dissociation of [superscript 8]B and the [superscript 7]Be(p, [gamma])[superscript 8]B Reactionp. 101
Sharp (e[superscript +]e[superscript -]) pairs: Alternative paths to escape the heavy ion impassep. 107
Studying the spin structure of the proton using the Solenoidal Tracker At RHICp. 117
Physics of the STAR experiment at RHICp. 127
Novel approach to sampling ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions in the VENUS modelp. 137
Neutron production from the [superscript 40]Ca + H reaction at E[subscript lab] = 357 and 565A MeVp. 145
Recent results from NA49p. 155
Thermal dilepton signal and dileptons from correlated open charm and bottom decays in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisionsp. 163
Dynamic and statistical effects in light-ion-induced multifragmentationp. 173
The E895 [pi][superscript -] correlation analysis -- a status reportp. 183
Statistical models of heavy ion collisions and their parallelsp. 193
The macroscopic liquid-drop collisions project: a progress reportp. 203
Peripheral reaction mechanisms in intermediate energy heavy-ion reactionsp. 209
What invariant one-particle multiplicity distributions and two-particle correlations are telling us about relativistic heavy-ion collisionsp. 215
E917 at the AGS: high density baryon matterp. 223
Two-proton correlations relative to the reaction planep. 231
Meson production in pp-collisions at 2.85 GeVp. 239
Neutral pion production in nucleus-nucleus collisions at 158 and 200 GeV/nucleonp. 247
Dynamics of the multifragmentation of the remnant produced in 1 A GeV Au + C collisionsp. 255
Hadron interactions -- hadron sizesp. 267
Equilibrium strikes outp. 275
System size and isospin effects in central heavy-ion collisions at SIS energiesp. 285
Search for strange quark matter at the AGSp. 295
Signals of DCC physicsp. 303
Recent test results and status of the HADES detector at GSIp. 311
Fast particle emission in inelastic channels of heavy-ion collisionsp. 319
A detailed comparison of exclusive 1 GeV A Au on C data with the statistical multifragmentation model (SMM)p. 329
Event-by-event analysis of NA49 central Pb-Pb datap. 341
Thermodynamic variables from spectator decayp. 349
Baryon junction stopping at the SPS and RHIC via HIJING/Bp. 361
Anti-lambda/anti-proton ratios at the AGSp. 369
The isospin dependence of nuclear reactions at intermediate energiesp. 379
Indexp. 387
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ISBN: 9780306460364
ISBN-10: 030646036X
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 388
Published: 31st January 1999
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.04 x 17.78  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.02