Taking into account a tensor force between nucleons in the nucleus provides a more definite description of the average potential experienced by nucleons and the effective residual interaction between them.
Physics2, 107 (2009) – Published December 21, 2009
A recent theory of high-energy bottom quark jet quenching in nuclear collisions accentuates the novelty of heavy quark jet dynamics in strongly coupled quark-gluon plasmas discovered at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
A huge, predicted atomic parity violation has now been observed in ytterbium, further aiding tabletop experimental searches for physics beyond the standard model that complement ongoing efforts at high-energy colliders.
Experiments show that spherical and nonspherical states of a light nucleus near neutron number 28 coexist at the same energy, challenging the usefulness of the notion of stable and persistent “magic numbers.”