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

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The simplest example of a collective vibrational mode that we can

The simplest example of a collective vibrational mode that we can

**consider**is that of a simple shape oscillation of a nucleus with spherical equilibrium . Our picture , to begin with , is built on the analogy with a classical liquid ...Page 46

There is a number of interesting , more detailed , properties of these highfrequency modes that we could now analyse on the basis of the simple model we have been

There is a number of interesting , more detailed , properties of these highfrequency modes that we could now analyse on the basis of the simple model we have been

**considering**( anharmonicity , coupling to other modes , decay and damping ...Page 167

Alternatively , we could

Alternatively , we could

**consider**the set of q , determined by the RPA modes and make the adiabatic expansion in the corresponding canonical momenta ( 35 ) . Example 1. Let us**consider**a simple case where we know the answers .### 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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