Main Question or Discussion Point
Can you recommend a good book on the theoretical side of nuclear physics?
Your department might have a reading room, where these books would be. Check with your research adviser about this.Blatt and Weiskopf isn't directly available in our library (no version prior to 1962), the same goes for Feshbach. The books are listed as being in the department of nuclear physics somewhere, but where isn't specified... :/
It was released as a Dover book, which is a reprint series of classic texts, so it should be quite reasonable. Like 20-30 USD. Don't know about the EU, however.Blatt and Weiskopf is apparently not very recent, but that not a problem it seems? I found Krane a bit old at the beginning... :p It's worth the purchase?
Don't know much about the book, have never looked at it. Go and check it out. When I was in grad school, I would sometimes just go to the library and look at what books were near the ones I was interested in. Libraries typically group books by subject, so this can be useful.How do you rate The Many-Body Nuclear Problem by Ring and Schuck. At first sight that is the only book directly available.