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[en] It is shown that the model-independent longitudinal electronuclear sum rules for nuclei with A = 3 and A = 4 have an accuracy on the order of a percent in the traditional single-nucleon approximation with free nucleons for the nuclear charge-density operator. This makes it possible to test this approximation by using these sum rules. The longitudinal sum rules for A = 3 and A = 4 are calculated using the wave functions of these nuclei corresponding to a large set of realistic NN interactions. The values of the model-independent sum rules lie in the range of values calculated by this method. Model-independent expressions are obtained for the transverse sum rules for nuclei with A = 3 and A = 4. These sum rules are calculated using a large set of realistic wave functions of these nuclei. The contribution of the convection current and the changes in the results for different versions of realistic NN forces are given. 29 refs., 4 tabs
[en] New data on the fragmentation of carbon nuclei by photons with energies from 800 to 1500 MeV, obtained in the collaboration GRAAL, are presented. These data include the yields of heavier fragments than nucleons. Comparison of new results with literature data, obtained with real and virtual photons in reactions with electrons and relativistic ions (Coulomb dissociation) is done using a general approach in frame of the Weizsäcker-Williams model. Possible reasons for the observed differences between them are discussed.
[en] Novel data from the K¯stopA absorption reaction in light nuclei are presented. The data were collected by the FINUDA spectrometer running at the DAΦNE ϕ-facility, Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (LNF), Italy. (author)
[en] The experimental data for photodisintegration of and radiative capture to light nuclei are reviewed. Comparisons with recent theoretical calculations are used in attempts to identify areas where further experimental work would be most beneficial