Nuclear Collisions at Fermi Energies: Insights and Prospects

Prof. W. U. Schröder is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Rochester. Prof. Schröder has played an important role in the study of heavy ion-induced reactions. Famed for his studies of deep-inelastic scattering, Prof. Schröder has worked extensively on the study of reactions at the Fermi energy and above. A suberb experimentalist, Prof. Schröder is famous for his thoughtful analysis of complex phenomena. This lecture, delivered at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, California, on April 2, 2001, deals with nuclear reaction mechanisms at the Fermi energy and above. Prof. Schröder can be reached at

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