|Lectures:||Tue & Thu 12-14||Sh115||Accelerator Laboratory,|
|Exercises:||Thu 14-16||Sh115||Pietari Kalmin katu 2|
|Teachers:||5.9. to 19.10.||Jouni Niskanen||Physicum, room A329||02941 50525|
|31.10. to 14.12.||Pertti Tikkanen||Acc. Lab, room 135A||02941 50006|
The course gives a general introduction to the rich (quantum-mechanical) phenomena and processes
of nuclear physics
and how they form the structure of matter both at the sub-atomic and cosmic scales.
The basic experimental methods are also introduced.
The courses 53337-Structure of Matter and 53703-Basics of Quantum Physics (or equivalent) are assumed as a prerequisite.
Quantum mechanics I (53716) is extremely recommendable.
|Carlos A. Bertulani||Nuclear Physics in a Nutshell (Also as e-book)||Princeton University Press, 2007|
The lecture notes are uploaded here (hopefully a few days in advance)
|Lecture 1||Lecture 2||Lecture 3||Lecture 4||Lecture 5||Lecture 6|
|Lecture 7||Lecture 8||Lecture 9||Lecture 10||Lecture 11||Lecture 12|
|Lecture 13||Lecture 14||Lecture 15||Lecture 16||Lecture 17||Lecture 18|
|Lecture 19||Lecture 20||Lecture 21||Lecture 22||Lecture 23||Lecture 24|
The solutions should be tentatively turned in for grading at
Tuesday lecture or (about 14:00 o'clock) in
the pigeonhole marked "Nuclear Physics" in the grey metal cabinet
in the 2nd floor lobby of the Physicum A-wing.
|Exercise 1||Exercise 2||Exercise 3||Exercise 4||Exercise 5||Exercise 6|
|Exercise 7||Exercise 8||Exercise 9||Exercise 10||Exercise 11||Exercise 12|
Table of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, spherical harmonics, gradients, Pauli and Dirac matrices
Calculator for Wigner 3-j, 6-j and 9-j symbols
Table of useful relations
Links to prerequisites updated Sep. 7th, 2017 by Pertti Tikkanen