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

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The momentum p is also defined as p = ( P ) The wave function in this case is a function of two parameters , p and q , and the

The momentum p is also defined as p = ( P ) The wave function in this case is a function of two parameters , p and q , and the

**Hamiltonian**is ( 48 ) H ( p , q ) = ( „ % \ P , q ) | A | „ ( p , q ) ) = < * ( Q ) | exp [ - ipQ ] H exp ...Page 395

The message of the preceding discussion of the one - body part of the shell model

The message of the preceding discussion of the one - body part of the shell model

**Hamiltonian**has been that the determination of the two - body part constitutes the fundamental problem to be solved in carrying out a calculation .Page 397

Thus after obtaining H as described above , this new

Thus after obtaining H as described above , this new

**Hamiltonian**is used to again obtain a full set of eigenvectors YNT . ... One of the**Hamiltonians**which was utilized to obtain the results to be discussed in the following pages was ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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