## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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the two - body

rather unsophisticated way by leaving out the two main features that characterize

it when applied to a crystal . In the form usually employed in the study of ...

the two - body

**wave function**Y . Unfortunately , the BG equation was treated in arather unsophisticated way by leaving out the two main features that characterize

it when applied to a crystal . In the form usually employed in the study of ...

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The most thorough way of handling the general features of the BG equation , the

coupling of all waves and the most general ... Once the BG equation is solved ,

the

The most thorough way of handling the general features of the BG equation , the

coupling of all waves and the most general ... Once the BG equation is solved ,

the

**wave functions**can be used in either the t - matrix or variational approach .Page 521

In the H = 0 case , the

free spinors and , as we know , the final result does not depend on y , but only

upon the density of final states . For the H = 0 case , we have for the decay

probability ...

In the H = 0 case , the

**wave functions**y ' s for any particle are simply the Diracfree spinors and , as we know , the final result does not depend on y , but only

upon the density of final states . For the H = 0 case , we have for the decay

probability ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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