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By L. Landau, Ya. Smorodinsky

Smorodinsky. Concise graduate-level creation to key elements of nuclear concept: nuclear forces, nuclear constitution, nuclear reactions, pi-mesons, interactions of pi-mesons with nucleons, extra. in accordance with landmark sequence of lectures by way of famous Russian physicist. "...a genuine jewel of an trouble-free creation into the most ideas of nuclear theory...should be within the palms of each student."—Nuclear Physics. 1959 variation. eight black-and-white illustrations. Foreword.

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The second and principal part of the review focuses on the DFT calculations that different groups have done. The detailed study of the screening in the static case settles the basis for the more complex treatment of finite velocity ions. The distinct character of bound and scattering states or the consequences of going from a 3D system to a 2D one are key features of the dynamic screening and of the stopping power of slow ions. A comparison between DFT and the quadratic response approach for positive and negative probe charges and the oscillatory behavior of the magnitudes related to stopping with the particle charge for heavier ions are also reviewed and updated.

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