This book has three volume. The first volume is mainly devoted to the macroscopic-microscopic theory in its traditional form and extended to very high mass and charge asymmetry. Applications of this theory to the emission of different kinds of charged particles from nuclei are presented in the second volume, where recent experimental achievements in alpha decay, proton, and heavy ion (14C, 24Ne, 28Mg, etc.) radioactivities are also discussed. Experiments on spontaneous fission, fission isomers, and more complex phenomena like particle-accompanied fission, �delayed processes: p, a, 2p, t, n, 2n, 3n, and the new mechanism of cold fission (or fission with compact shapes) are described in detail in the third volume.
Table of Contents
1. Nuclear Shape 2. Liquid Drop Models 3. Charge Density Asymmetry and Deformation Dependence of Macroscopic Energies 4. Particular Systems and Configurations 5. Deformed Shell Models 6. Shell and Pairing Corrections 7. Rotating Nuclei 8. Applied Macroscopic-Microscopic Method 9. Predictive Properties of Atomic Mass Models- Their Relationship to Nuclear Decay Modes by Spontaneous Charged-Particle Emission