Atomic physics, Nuclear physics, Nuclear fusion, Neutron and Nuclear reaction are his primary areas of study. The various areas that G. Münzenberg examines in his Atomic physics study include Production and Ionization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ion, Fragmentation and Projectile.
His study in Nuclear fusion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Crystallography, Excitation, Elementary particle and Isotope. His work carried out in the field of Isotope brings together such families of science as Alpha decay, Decay chain and Spontaneous fission. His Nuclear reaction research incorporates elements of Nuclear structure, Radioactive decay and Analytical chemistry.
G. Münzenberg mainly focuses on Nuclear physics, Atomic physics, Neutron, Isotope and Nuclear fusion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Storage ring and Projectile in addition to Nuclear physics. His research integrates issues of Ion and Excitation in his study of Atomic physics.
His study explores the link between Neutron and topics such as Nuclear matter that cross with problems in Elastic scattering. His study looks at the intersection of Isotope and topics like Cluster decay with Cold fission. Many of his research projects under Nuclear fusion are closely connected to Evaporation with Evaporation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His primary areas of study are Nuclear physics, Atomic physics, Isotope, Neutron and Ion. His research in the fields of Nuclear fusion, Nuclide, Cold fusion and Atomic nucleus overlaps with other disciplines such as Separator. He has researched Atomic physics in several fields, including Dipole, Excitation, Storage ring and Proton.
His studies in Isotope integrate themes in fields like Decay chain, Spectroscopy, Fission, Projectile and Heavy ion. His Neutron study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Valence, Nuclear astrophysics, Ground state, Binding energy and Nucleon. His work in Ion tackles topics such as Electron which are related to areas like Stellar nucleosynthesis, Electron shell, Isochronous mass spectrometry, Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research and Scattering.
G. Münzenberg focuses on Nuclear physics, Atomic physics, Ion, Isotope and Neutron. His studies deal with areas such as Spectrometer, Proton and Nuclide as well as Atomic physics. His Ion research includes elements of Dipole, Cardinal point and Storage ring.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nuclear fusion, Fission, Decay chain and Ground state. His studies examine the connections between Nuclear fusion and genetics, as well as such issues in Hadron, with regards to Electron capture, Exponential decay, Lepton and Period. His Neutron study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spectroscopy, Binding energy and Angular momentum.
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Continuum excitations in 6 He
T. Aumann;T. Aumann;T. Aumann;D. Aleksandrov;L. Axelsson;T. Baumann.
Physical Review C (1999)
The reaction 48Ca + 238U → 286112* studied at the GSI-SHIP
S. Hofmann;S. Heinz;R. Mann;J. Maurer.
European Physical Journal A (2007)
Precision spectroscopy of pionic 1s states of Sn nuclei and evidence for partial restoration of chiral symmetry in the nuclear medium.
K. Suzuki;M. Fujita;H. Geissel;H. Gilg.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
The new isotope 270110 and its decay products 266Hs and 262Sg
S. Hofmann;F.P. Heßberger;D. Ackermann;S. Antalic.
European Physical Journal A (2001)
Direct Experimental Evidence for Strong Admixture of Different Parity States in 11Li
H. Simon;D. Aleksandrov;T. Aumann;L. Axelsson.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Production and identification of 100 Sn
R. Schneider;J. Friese;J. Reinhold;K. Zeitelhack.
European Physical Journal A (1994)
Observation of a proton halo in 8 B
W. Schwab;H. Geissel;H. Lenske;K. H. Behr.
European Physical Journal A (1995)
Proton radioactivity of 151 Lu
S. Hofmann;W. Reisdorf;G. Münzenberg;F. P. Heßberger.
European Physical Journal A (1982)
Identification of element 107 by α correlation chains
G. Münzenberg;S. Hofmann;F. P. Heßberger;W. Reisdorf.
Zeitschrift f�r Physik A: Atoms and Nuclei (1981)
Search for new isotopes of element 112 by irradiation of 238 U with 48 Ca
Yu.Ts. Oganessian;A.V. Yeremin;G.G. Gulbekian;S.L. Bogomolov.
European Physical Journal A (1999)
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