By Jean-Patrick Connerade, Andrey Solov'yov
This booklet provides a “snapshot” of the newest and important advances within the box of cluster physics. it's a accomplished overview in response to contributions by means of the contributors of the second foreign Symposium on Atomic Cluster Collisions (Isacc 2007) held in July 19–23, 2007 at Gsi, Darmstadt, Germany. the aim of the Symposium is to advertise the expansion and exhange of medical info at the constitution and homes of nuclear, atomic, molecular, organic and complicated cluster structures studied by way of photonic, digital, heavy particle and atomic collisions. specific awareness is dedicated to dynamic phenomena, many-body results occurring in cluster platforms of a unique nature - those contain difficulties of fusion and fission, fragmentation, collective electron excitations, part transitions, and so forth. either the experimental and theoretical elements of cluster physics, uniquely put among nuclear physics at the one hand and atomic, molecular and good country physics at the different, are mentioned.
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Latest advances in atomic cluster collisions: structure and dynamics from the nuclear to the biological scale by Jean-Patrick Connerade, Andrey Solov'yov