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Nuclear Sizes and Isotope Shifts, Semi Empirical Mass Formula, Nuclear stability and radioactive decays, Cross sections theory and experiment, Radioactive decay theory, Particle interactions in matter, Particle detectors and Applications of nuclear physics.

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