By B. Golli, W. Broniowski, G. Ripka (auth.), Dr. Rajmund Krivec, Dr. Mitja Rosina, Dr. Bojan Golli, Dr. Simon à irca (eds.)
The ebook comprises invited and contributed talks provided on the 18th ecu convention on Few-Body difficulties in Physics, held in Bled (Slovenia) in September 2002. the themes coated variety from sub-nucleonic to molecular scales and show the newest theoretical, experimental, and computational advances, with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity of few-body recommendations.
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