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

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In the second line of ( 52 ) , we have

density g ( = 2 / d , where d is the distance between the doubly degenerate single

- particle states ) and have

In the second line of ( 52 ) , we have

**assumed**a uniform level spectrum with totaldensity g ( = 2 / d , where d is the distance between the doubly degenerate single

- particle states ) and have

**assumed**the pairing to act with constant matrix ...Page 315

... from ambiguities in the parameters for the optical potentials U . Figure 29

shows the predicted differential cross - sections for the excitation by 182 MeV

protons of a state at 18 MeV in 40Ca which is

limit ( eq .

... from ambiguities in the parameters for the optical potentials U . Figure 29

shows the predicted differential cross - sections for the excitation by 182 MeV

protons of a state at 18 MeV in 40Ca which is

**assumed**to exhaust the sum rulelimit ( eq .

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The number of 2bme is arrived at by determining all Pauli - allowed two - body

states in the space and combining all pairs which have the same two - particle

coupled J and T . ( The Hamiltonian is

almost ...

The number of 2bme is arrived at by determining all Pauli - allowed two - body

states in the space and combining all pairs which have the same two - particle

coupled J and T . ( The Hamiltonian is

**assumed**to conserve J and T . ) It is analmost ...

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

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