## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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We conclude this Section with a rather fanciful and far - fetched but perhaps

suggestive analogy with

three state vectors representing one particle added to the ground state ( g ) : a ( k

, t ) \ g ...

We conclude this Section with a rather fanciful and far - fetched but perhaps

suggestive analogy with

**classical**collision mechanics . Consider the followingthree state vectors representing one particle added to the ground state ( g ) : a ( k

, t ) \ g ...

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We need an asymptotic form of Gim ( E ) , which is obtained by a

stationary phase method . Writing sp likRilaska ( II . 21 ) G + E - T dEx [ ] < kom ) |

explikR : 1 J E - Ex + is ] VE : . we first integrate over a constant energy Ex . For R

; → ...

We need an asymptotic form of Gim ( E ) , which is obtained by a

**classical**stationary phase method . Writing sp likRilaska ( II . 21 ) G + E - T dEx [ ] < kom ) |

explikR : 1 J E - Ex + is ] VE : . we first integrate over a constant energy Ex . For R

; → ...

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dve , 121 + 1 ) JP ! the components of the

moment of order 21 and of the l - th derivative of the electrostatic potential of the

atomic electrons , respectively . We have previously noted that all odd orders of ...

dve , 121 + 1 ) JP ! the components of the

**classical**nuclear electric multipolemoment of order 21 and of the l - th derivative of the electrostatic potential of the

atomic electrons , respectively . We have previously noted that all odd orders of ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

PHILLIPS Band theory of transition metals | 22 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

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