Physics of strongly interacting many-body systems has many dimensions. Nuclear structure reflects most of them. To study this immensely rich subject a variety of probes, both leptonic and hadronic, are needed and used. In this review we discuss some of the most exciting current problems in nuclear structure physics and show how a variety of probes are brought to bear in order to resolve them.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics