## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |

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Around the

MeV below the

When the residual monopole and quadrupole pairing interactions are switched

on ...

Around the

**Fermi**surface there is a predominance of prolate levels , while ~ 0.7MeV below the

**Fermi**surface there is a group of oblate single - particle levels .When the residual monopole and quadrupole pairing interactions are switched

on ...

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If G , = 0 , the lowlying excited states will mainly be built out of the states close to

the

will be about equal and of the order of unity because of cancellations from states

...

If G , = 0 , the lowlying excited states will mainly be built out of the states close to

the

**Fermi**surface ( with U ; ~ Vi ~ 0.5 ) , which means that ( 3.33a ) and ( 3.33b )will be about equal and of the order of unity because of cancellations from states

...

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is to take B and y for a given odd - mass nucleus from the appropriate core

nucleus , so that there remains only one parameter to fix for each odd - mass

calculation , namely the position of the

for the ...

is to take B and y for a given odd - mass nucleus from the appropriate core

nucleus , so that there remains only one parameter to fix for each odd - mass

calculation , namely the position of the

**Fermi**surface hy , which is not importantfor the ...

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

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the framework of a course such as the present The topics selected by | 10 |

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