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Physik IV - Kernphysik. Nuklide Kerneigenschaften (Abschluß) magnetische Momente elektr. Kernquadrupolmomente Massendefekt, E B Kernmodelle Kernkräfte Radioaktivität, ,,- Strahlung Kernreaktionen Spaltung, Fusion Reaktoren, Spallation, ITER

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Physik IV - Kernphysik

Nuklide

Kerneigenschaften (Abschluß)

magnetische Momente

elektr. Kernquadrupolmomente

Massendefekt, EB

Kernmodelle

Kernkräfte

Radioaktivität,,,-Strahlung

Kernreaktionen

Spaltung, Fusion

Reaktoren, Spallation, ITER

Experimentelles, zB Detektoren

Nmr ?

Kernspintomo

E = mc2

Experiment, J.Stettner

eigenschaften1
Eigenschaften

NIST

CODATA

2002

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Nuklid-

karte

(Teil)

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Fortsetzung mit

2 Sn-Isotopen

& Superheavies

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Pairing of

Nuclear spins

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Kernspins

wo können sie einem sonst noch begegnen ?

Hyperfeinaufspaltung

Kernresonanz (Chemie, Biologie, Medizin, Physik)

Kernspintomographie ???

Kernspinordnung (Ww untereinander - 3He < 1mK

andere < 1 μK )

Ultratiefe Temperaturen: adiabatische Entmag-

netisierung