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

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value of the number of pairs missing from or in excess in the

first - excited - state stripping cross - sections for n - 1 < 0 are equal and their

common value is close to kgs ( n = 20 ) T gs ( n = 19 ) . On the other hand , none

of ...

value of the number of pairs missing from or in excess in the

**closed**shell . All thefirst - excited - state stripping cross - sections for n - 1 < 0 are equal and their

common value is close to kgs ( n = 20 ) T gs ( n = 19 ) . On the other hand , none

of ...

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In both cases the polarization effects of particles outside

a static field which violates , in one case , rotational invariance and , in the other ,

particle number conservation . The specific probes to study quadrupole phase ...

In both cases the polarization effects of particles outside

**closed**shell give rise toa static field which violates , in one case , rotational invariance and , in the other ,

particle number conservation . The specific probes to study quadrupole phase ...

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These states are the ground states of isotones with N = 14 , , i . e . they are

ground states of single

pairs o , but with two units of isospin less ( T = 17 – 2 ) ( e . g . ( 20 , 00 ; 00 ) 52 Fe

) are ...

These states are the ground states of isotones with N = 14 , , i . e . they are

ground states of single

**closed**- shell nuclei . States with the same number ofpairs o , but with two units of isospin less ( T = 17 – 2 ) ( e . g . ( 20 , 00 ; 00 ) 52 Fe

) are ...

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### Contents

A BOHR Some aspects of rotational motion | 3 |

B R MOTTELSON Elementary excitations in the nucleus | 42 |

R BÉs and R A BROGLIA Nuclear superfluidity | 55 |

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