Relativistic Equations

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In the last 3 years I have given several talks on relativistic equations for nuclear physics, and on relativistic; effects in few nucleon systems. In preparing for these talks, and in responding to the discussion which followed them, my thinking about relativistic equations and relativistic effects has gradually evolved. I want to begin this talk by focusing on several issues which naturally arise when discussing this subject, and then turn to a brief discussion of relativistic three nucleon equations. The latter topic has not been reviewed recently, and is particularly of current interest because of the beautiful form factor measurements ... continued below

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Gross, Franz October 1, 1986.

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In the last 3 years I have given several talks on relativistic equations for nuclear physics, and on relativistic; effects in few nucleon systems. In preparing for these talks, and in responding to the discussion which followed them, my thinking about relativistic equations and relativistic effects has gradually evolved. I want to begin this talk by focusing on several issues which naturally arise when discussing this subject, and then turn to a brief discussion of relativistic three nucleon equations. The latter topic has not been reviewed recently, and is particularly of current interest because of the beautiful form factor measurements of the 3He - 3H system recently completed at Saclay and Bates, and the accompanying speculation that relativistic effects are important for understanding the three-nucleon system.

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  • Invited Talk compiled for European Workshop On Few Body Physics, 7-11 Oct 1986, Rome, Italy

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  • Report No.: CEBAF-PR-86-11
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Gross, Franz. Relativistic Equations, article, October 1, 1986; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc926334/: accessed May 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.