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

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He finds that the long range interaction , if it is not too strong , distorts the

continuum , and ( in the case of an attractive interaction ) , shifts the

saddle - point edges to lower eneriges , at the same time increasing the strength

at the ...

He finds that the long range interaction , if it is not too strong , distorts the

continuum , and ( in the case of an attractive interaction ) , shifts the

**peaks**andsaddle - point edges to lower eneriges , at the same time increasing the strength

at the ...

Page 312

Figure 24 shows indeed that for a series of such alloys , a very strong resistivity

on magnetism and resistivity seem to hold for a number of ferV Cr Mn Fe Co Ni ...

Figure 24 shows indeed that for a series of such alloys , a very strong resistivity

**peak**( R ) is connected with the impurities for which 0 < p < 5 . Very similar resultson magnetism and resistivity seem to hold for a number of ferV Cr Mn Fe Co Ni ...

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Xc vs . c at 20 °K . 0 The

interpreted in terms of a rigid band model on which it is assumed that the

N ( E ) for the f . c . c . lattice lies somewhat to the left of pure Pd . The large values

of x ...

Xc vs . c at 20 °K . 0 The

**peak**in z ( c ) lies at ~ Rh Pdeos . This has beeninterpreted in terms of a rigid band model on which it is assumed that the

**peak**inN ( E ) for the f . c . c . lattice lies somewhat to the left of pure Pd . The large values

of x ...

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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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