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Nuclear physics research is focused on understanding the matter composed of quarks and gluons, which makes up 99 percent of the mass of the universe. Most of this matter is found at the core of atoms, the same atoms that comprise all we see around us including ourselves. Researchers seek to answer questions such as how the universe evolved just after the Big Bang from a super hot plasma of quarks and gluons, how the different elements of the universe were formed, and how a nucleus is made up of individual protons and neutrons interacting with each other with the strongest force in Nature. The protons and neutrons themselves are the basic bound states of quarks in the universe; how these states are formed from quarks interacting with the gluonic field described by Quantum Chromodynamics is still only poorly understood, and under active study.
Whenever we come across an object, we ask a simple question what is it made of. The idea that matter consists of very small indivisible objects called atoms came quite early. This idea was propagated for the first time by Jain philosophers in India more than 2800 years ago. This theory also propounded the existence of Anu Atom which can bind together due to the properties of Snigdhatva and Rookshatava. It further goes on to define what we may call molecules and compounds. It also defines matter which can be seen and which cannot be seen. The Greek philosopher Democritus about 500 BC is generally credited with the idea of atoms, which he may have picked up in his travel to India. The atomistic theory, however, became prominent in 18th Century only.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 160
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
Experimental Nuclear Physics Research
Theoretical Nuclear Physics Research
Quark-Gluon Plasma
Relativistic Hydrodynamics
Neutron Stars
Introducing Nuclear Physics
The Size
The Force or the Interaction
The Mass
Nucleus as a Quantum System
Nuclear Physics in a Nutshell
Radiating particles
Realizing limitations of the nuclear force
Studying alpha decay
Detecting beta decay
Theoretical Framework
Nuclear decay
Nuclear fusion
Nuclear fission
Experimental setup
Basics of Nuclear Physics and Fission
A. Structure of the Atom
B. Radioactive Decay
C. Binding Energy
D. Nuclear Fission
E. Fertile Materials
Alpha decay
Beta decay
Gamma decay
Relevance to nuclear reactors
Fission energies
Fission products
Emitted neutrons
Cross sections
Biological effects of radiation
Production of uranium
From the ground to nuclear reactor
Mining and milling
Refining and Conversion
Enrichment capacity
Nuclear Reactor engineering
Nuclear reactor engineering basics
Cooling system
Controlling devices
Past technology Generation I
Current technology Gen II
Literature Review
Nuclear Theory
Fundamental Symmetries
Comments on Specific Research Topics
1. Neutrino physics
2. Electric Dipole Moments
Nuclear Physics
These physical fundamentals consist of following topics:
Forms of ionizing radiation
Connection between Nuclear Stability and Radioactive Decay
Radioactive decay law
Notation of nuclear reactions
Nuclear reactions
Fundamental laws
Nuclear binding energy
Nuclear Binding Curve
Several-particle systems and approximation methods
Several-particle systems
Two-body systems
Indistinguishable particles
Approximation methods
Time-independent perturbation theory
Time-dependent perturbation theory
Variational estimation of bound state energies


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