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By José-Enrique García-Ramos, Clara E. Alonso, María Victoria Andrés, Francisco Pérez-Bernal

This quantity covers invited papers provided throughout the los angeles Rábida 2015 foreign clinical assembly on Nuclear Physics, that are thought of inheritor of a widely known sequence of triennial overseas summer time colleges on Nuclear Physics prepared from 1982 until 2003 by way of the elemental Nuclear Physics workforce within the collage of Sevilla. the l. a. Rábida 2015 assembly provided to graduate scholars and younger researchers a huge view of the sphere of Nuclear Physics. the 1st invited speaker provided the cutting-edge of Relativistic suggest box calculations. the second one set of notes covers chosen themes in gamma ray spectroscopy with unique nuclei. The 3rd speaker awarded an creation to the topic of serious injuries in nuclear energy crops. within the fourth set of notes, the writer illustrated the best way to use laser spectroscopy to figure out extremely important observables of atomic nuclei. The 5th speaker dedicated its notes to give an explanation for a number of features of neutrino physics. ultimately, the 6th speaker provided an summary of nuclear medication and radiodiagnostic. as well as this, the inclusion of the posters and seminars offered by means of the scholars supplies a clean and abundant point of view at the many various difficulties of curiosity these days for the Nuclear Physics community.

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11. The series implicit in Fig. 11 can be easily summed up by using the orthogonality between the longitudinal and transverse modes of the interaction. Thus, one finds two (longitudinal and transverse) geometrical series, which do not interfere, (1) (2) Vˆi j (q) + Vˆik (q)U (q)Vˆk j (q) + Vˆik (q)U (q)Vˆkm (q)U (q)Vˆm j (q) + · · · σi σ j τ (1) τ (2) = qi q j qi q j Vt (q) Vl (q) (δi j − 2 ) + 1 − U (q)Vt (q) q 1 − U (q)Vl (q) q2 (1) (2) σi σ j τ (1) τ (2) (45) The interaction in (45) is called in the literature the induced interaction [50].

24 we show a different cut (dotted line) which places one ph and the pion on shell. This contribution is taken into account in the Δ excitation term by means of the term C Q . As done for real photons in [24], 36 J. Nieves Fig. 25 Feynman diagram related to the KR term of Fig. 20f with outgoing photon from the second nucleon k−q q k q we neglect this contribution in the other terms, because at low energies where the background pieces are important, the (γ ∗ , π ) channel is small and at high energies where the (γ ∗ , π ) contribution is important, this channel is dominated by the Δ excitation and there this correction is taken into account.

The Kroll Ruderman contribution appears as a gauge invariant term through minimal substitution when a pseudovector π N N coupling is used. The Feynman diagrams considered in the model of [72] are depicted in the right panel of Fig. 20. They are the nucleon pole direct (NP) term (a), the nucleon pole crossed (NPC) term (b), the pion pole (PP) term (c), the delta pole direct (DP) term (d), delta pole crossed (DPC) term (e) and the Kroll Ruderman (KR) term (f). The expressions for these amplitudes are obtained by doing the non-relativistic reduction of the relativistic amplitudes of [72].

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