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Proceedings of the Conference in Honour of the 90th Birthday

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Francesc Ferrer works in astroparticle physics and theoretical cosmology. Copyright c 1999 by Niels Walet, UMIST, Manchester, U. The most common radioactive processes are alpha, beta, and gamma and neutron radiation. In this as in most respects concerned with the strong interaction, the proton and neutron behave almost identically. Because of this fact there is in every atomic nucleus a mass defect. Finite-differences and Runge-Kutta methods in solving differential equations, error estimates; approximate integration methods and error estimates.

Pages: 500

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company (June 19, 2014)

ISBN: 9814590703

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