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Suitable Nuclear Book explaining Structure Functions

  1. Jun 5, 2006 #1
    I have just completed my undergraduate degree and results pending will be starting a PHD in nuclear physics. However in my undergrad nuclear physics i found my recommended textbook Introductory Nuclear Physics by Kennith Krane and my lecture notes werent the greatest for explaining about structure functions and about scattering reactions in general. Can anyone recommend a suitable nuclear physics book which explains both in a greater depth than Krane as id like to be as fully clued up on the topic by the time my research begins in October.

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