CONTENTS:- I. Nuclear Models II. Electrostatics Acceleration III. Energy of Alpha Praticles IV. Theory of Nuclear Forces V. Nuclear Particles VI. Artificial Elements VII. Thermonuclear Reactions
This book Nuclear Physics provides an introduction to optics and is mainly intended for under graduate students of science and engineering. This book aim to provide the necessary foundation in wave optics which prepare the students for an intensive study of advanced topics at a later slags much of Nuclear Physics requires a good knowledge of physics. Though this book is intended primarily for under graduate students. It is hoped to be useful to the students appearing for competitive examinations. The inherent harmony in the theory of Co-axial-image forming system is not realised in many texts. In the present text special care has been taken to emphasis this.