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

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... I in ca2 811 , ; ' ) Fig . 22 . - Lower - order

transfer reaction induced by ami . The result of iterating the different

to all orders in 1 / 12 is equal to Tamlii ' ) = 0 % d " = - 1 ; 1 ; / ( 0 , – Em ) ( Egm -

Em ...

... I in ca2 811 , ; ' ) Fig . 22 . - Lower - order

**contributions**to the one - particletransfer reaction induced by ami . The result of iterating the different

**contributions**to all orders in 1 / 12 is equal to Tamlii ' ) = 0 % d " = - 1 ; 1 ; / ( 0 , – Em ) ( Egm -

Em ...

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In a ) , b ) and c ) we give the two

. gs ( 210P0 ) | hex ( E ) | h9 / 2 3 - ( 208Pb ) ; 3 / 2 ) in lowest order in 1 / 2 . The

resulting wave functions ( 1 ) and ( II ) are displayed in e ) normalized according ...

In a ) , b ) and c ) we give the two

**contributions**to the matrix element M ( E ) = ( dz. gs ( 210P0 ) | hex ( E ) | h9 / 2 3 - ( 208Pb ) ; 3 / 2 ) in lowest order in 1 / 2 . The

resulting wave functions ( 1 ) and ( II ) are displayed in e ) normalized according ...

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In the estimate of expression ( 13 ) it is important to include consistently the

since , for example , in ( 13a ) a particle orbit gives , in general , a negative

In the estimate of expression ( 13 ) it is important to include consistently the

**contributions**from all the single - particle orbits with the angular momentum jsince , for example , in ( 13a ) a particle orbit gives , in general , a negative

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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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