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Physics
D-index
71
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18,974
713
World Ranking
2983
National Ranking
105

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Quantum field theory

Hiroshi Toki focuses on Atomic physics, Nuclear physics, Mean field theory, Nuclear matter and Particle physics. As a part of the same scientific family, Hiroshi Toki mostly works in the field of Atomic physics, focusing on Nucleus and, on occasion, Valence, Neutron density, Nuclear cross section and Bound state. Nuclear physics and Resonance are frequently intertwined in his study.

His Mean field theory study combines topics in areas such as Neutron, Isotope and Ground state. His research in Nuclear matter intersects with topics in Momentum transfer, Quantum electrodynamics, Equation of state and Nonlinear system. His work carried out in the field of Particle physics brings together such families of science as Scattering amplitude and Renormalization.

- Relativistic equation of state of nuclear matter for supernova and neutron star (655 citations)
- Relativistic mean-field theory for unstable nuclei with non-linear σ and ω terms (589 citations)
- Relativistic continuum Hartree Bogoliubov theory for ground-state properties of exotic nuclei (566 citations)

His primary areas of study are Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Atomic physics, Quantum electrodynamics and Nucleon. His Nuclear physics study incorporates themes from Mean field theory and Pairing. His studies deal with areas such as Parity, Binding energy and Ground state as well as Mean field theory.

His study in Atomic physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spectral line, Excitation and Nucleus. His Quantum electrodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantum mechanics, Wave function and Mathematical physics. He combines subjects such as Hartree–Fock method, Supernova and Equation of state with his study of Nuclear matter.

- Particle physics (30.57%)
- Nuclear physics (28.59%)
- Atomic physics (20.42%)

- Tensor (11.51%)
- Molecular dynamics (2.60%)
- Quantum mechanics (10.40%)

His primary areas of investigation include Tensor, Molecular dynamics, Quantum mechanics, Neutron and Nucleon. His studies in Tensor integrate themes in fields like Excited state, Light nucleus, Atomic physics, Molecular physics and Space. His Neutron study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Nuclear structure, Proton and Nuclear matter.

His work in Nuclear matter addresses subjects such as Pion, which are connected to disciplines such as Coupling constant. His Nucleon research incorporates elements of Momentum, Periodic boundary conditions and Mathematical physics. He has researched Nuclear physics in several fields, including Stars and Neutron star.

- Hybrid C–O–Ne white dwarfs as progenitors of Type Ia supernovae: dependence on Urca process and mixing assumptions (59 citations)
- ELECTRON-CAPTURE and β-DECAY RATES for sd-SHELL NUCLEI in STELLAR ENVIRONMENTS RELEVANT to HIGH-DENSITY O-NE-MG CORES (43 citations)
- Electron capture and beta-decay rates for sd-shell nuclei in stellar environments relevant to high density O-Ne-Mg cores (41 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Electron
- Quantum field theory

His main research concerns Tensor, Molecular dynamics, Nucleon, Quantum mechanics and Nuclear physics. His Tensor research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Space, Atomic physics and Nuclear theory. His work deals with themes such as Kinetic energy and Cluster, which intersect with Atomic physics.

His Nuclear theory study which covers Nuclear matter that intersects with Neutron. As part of one scientific family, Hiroshi Toki deals mainly with the area of Nucleon, narrowing it down to issues related to the Momentum, and often Periodic boundary conditions. His work focuses on many connections between Nuclear physics and other disciplines, such as Particle physics, that overlap with his field of interest in Lambda.

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Relativistic mean-field theory for unstable nuclei with non-linear σ and ω terms

Y. Sugahara;H. Toki.

Nuclear Physics **(1994)**

1136 Citations

Relativistic equation of state of nuclear matter for supernova and neutron star

H. Shen;H. Shen;H. Toki;K. Oyamatsu;K. Sumiyoshi.

Nuclear Physics **(1998)**

1059 Citations

Relativistic continuum Hartree Bogoliubov theory for ground-state properties of exotic nuclei

J. Meng;J. Meng;H. Toki;S.G. Zhou;S.Q. Zhang.

Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics **(2006)**

997 Citations

Pionic modes of excitation in nuclei

E. Oset;H. Toki;W. Weise.

Physics Reports **(1982)**

612 Citations

Revelation of thick neutron skins in nuclei

I. Tanihata;D. Hirata;T. Kobayashi;S. Shimoura.

Physics Letters B **(1992)**

575 Citations

Relativistic equation of state of nuclear matter for supernova explosion

Hong Shen;Hong Shen;Hiroshi Toki;Kazuhiro Oyamatsu;Kohsuke Sumiyoshi.

Progress of Theoretical Physics **(1998)**

564 Citations

Postbounce evolution of core-collapse supernovae: Long-term effects of equation of state

K. Sumiyoshi;S. Yamada;H. Suzuki;H. Shen.

arXiv: Astrophysics **(2005)**

392 Citations

An effective interaction for inelastic scattering derived from the Paris potential

N. Anantaraman;H. Toki;G.F. Bertsch.

Nuclear Physics **(1983)**

347 Citations

EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FOR A LIQUID - GAS PHASE TRANSITION IN NUCLEAR SYSTEMS

A. D. Panagiotou;M. W. Curtin;H. Toki;D. K. Scott.

Physical Review Letters **(1984)**

340 Citations

Color confinement, quark pair creation and dynamical chiral-symmetry breaking in the dual Ginzburg-Landau theory

H. Suganuma;S. Sasaki;H. Toki.

Nuclear Physics **(1995)**

329 Citations

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