Lecture Notes in Physics 936
Morten Hjorth-JensenMaria Paola LombardoUbirajara van Kolck
An Advanced Course in Computational Nuclear Physics
Bridging the Scales from Quarks to Neutron Stars
Lecture Notes in Physics
Volume 936
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Morten Hjorth-Jensen • Maria Paola Lombardo •Ubirajara van Kolck
An Advanced Coursein Computational NuclearPhysics
Bridging the Scales from Quarks to NeutronStars
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