The book bridges the gap between a course on modern physics and an
advanced formal treatise on nuclear physics. The treatment of
topics is simple and direct. Physical ideas are given prominence
and this has been done by informal discussions and many analogies.
It starts with the tools of nuclear physics, both experimental and
mathematical. The author has taken special care in treating the
nuclear shell model throughout the analogy with atomic and
molecular physics. It is a suitable text for any student who has
been exposed to a college level course in modern physics and who
has mathematical competence at the level of calculus and elementary
vector analysis. An important feature of the book is that numerous
illustrative examples have been given along with 200 neatly drawn
figures and problem question sets.
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