3 edition of Nuclear Forces found in the catalog.
September 15, 1974
by The MIT Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||362|
) Strong and weak nuclear force. In the previous section, we described the process of formation of stable atomic particles, as well as the physical causes that justify their stability and the extremely similar size of the nucleons, protons, and neutrons. This description included the different forces that are at play, which helps us to understand the nature of nuclear forces. Nuclear forces (also known as nuclear interactions or strong forces) are the forces that act between two or more bind protons and neutrons (“nucleons”) into atomic nuclei. The nuclear force is about 10 millions times stronger than the chemical binding that holds atoms together in molecules.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rosenfeld, L. (Leon), Nuclear forces. Amsterdam, North-Holland Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Instabilities in the Control of Nuclear Forces* Paul Bracken. Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Yale University. Author of the highly popular book, The Command and Control of Nuclear Forces, Dr. Bracken specializes in international security is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, Orbis, and Defense Analysis.
In this important book, Indian strategic analyst Verghese Koithara explains and evaluates India's nuclear force management, encouraging a broad public conversation that may act as a catalyst for positive change before the subcontinent experiences unthinkable : Verghese Koithara. "No previous volume matches this book in comprehensive detail not only on the Russian nuclear forces themselves but also on the course of their development and the development of their supporting infrastructure." -- Celeste A. Wallander, Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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Nuclear Forces, by the distinguished physicist Silvan Schweber, tells the story of the first three decades of Bethe's life and career, up to the time of his Nobel Prize–winning work on nuclear reactions in stars. But the book offers much more besides, with a history of the development of physics—atomic, solid-state and nuclear—in the first third of the twentieth century, and of the institutions in which Bethe by: 9.
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One is impressed by how much Bracken, dealing with a critical subject that has received little analysis in the non-classified literature, is able to say in this important book. The dependable command and control of nuclear forces, involving such questions as how to assess warning signs or how to assure the proper management of nuclear forces during a military alert, is obviously second to nothing in importance.5/5(2).
A book on nuclear forces as comprehensive as this could not have appeared much before now. Although of course much research must yet be done, the boundaries of the field are now established; its ideal internal consistency is being approached asymptotically.
At the start ofnine states—the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, North Korea)—possessed approximately 13 nuclear weapons, of which were deployed with operational forces.
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Such topics do not require the knowledge of modern nuclear theory that is beautifully described in many books, such as The Nuclear Many Body Problem by P. Ring and P Schuck. Intentionally, we have not gone into such developments. In fact, even if nuclear physics had stopped, say, in orpractically all of its applications would exist.
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nuclear deterrence faded into the background of US national security policy, defense strategy, and military operations. For many policy makers in the s and s, nuclear forces appeared to play a peripheral and declining role. Nuclear deterrence and nuclear-capable forces be-came increasingly associated with deterring a small set of File Size: KB.
Nuclear force is one of the four fundamental forces of nature, the others being gravitational and electromagnetic forces. In fact, being 10 million times stronger than the chemical binding forces, they are also known as the strong forces.
In this section, we will discuss this force in detail. We can define nuclear force as. Following an overview of the history of Soviet strategic forces, the book discusses the structure of the political and military leadership in the Soviet Union and Russia, the structure of the /5(2).
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This book is a study of nuclear force management, showing that, in a time of crisis, nuclear command systems in both the United States and the Soviet Union are likely to pass from political to highly fragmented military control, making political direction of a nuclear war virtually impossible.
At distances less than fm, the nuclear force becomes repulsive. This repulsive component is responsible for the physical size of nuclei, since the nucleons can come no closer than the force allows.
By comparison, the size of an atom, measured in angstroms (å, or × 10 −10 m), is five orders of magnitude larger. Chapter 12 Nuclear Models Note to students and other readers: This Chapter is intended to supplement Chapter 5 of Krane’s excellent book, ”Introductory Nuclear Physics”.
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Nuclear Forces and Capabilities by Arkin, William M., Cochran, Thomas B. and Hoenig, Milton M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Following an overview of the history of Soviet strategic forces, the book discusses the structure of the political and military leadership in the Soviet Union and Russia, the structure of the Russian military and military industry, nuclear planning procedures, and the structure of the command and control system/5.
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The concept of fundamental nuclear forces emerged gradually during the start of the s and reached our present level of description some time before the s. The Origin of the Concept of Nuclear Forces presents a unified, comprehensive account of the history of this important part of the modern scientific worldview.
In addition, the authors, foremost experts in the field, examine the.NUCLEAR FORCES Figure 1: The atomic nucleus made up from protons (yellow) and neutrons (blue) and held together by nuclear forces. Nuclear forces (also known as nuclear interactions or strong forces) are the forces that act between two or more nucleons.
They bind protons and neutrons (“nucleons”) into atomic nuclei. The nuclear force is File Size: KB.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brink, D.M. (David Maurice). Nuclear forces. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press  (OCoLC) Document Type.