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

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The second term H . gives the particle - rotation

recoil » term ; for example , a second - order treatment of the particlerotation

the ...

The second term H . gives the particle - rotation

**coupling**and also includes the «recoil » term ; for example , a second - order treatment of the particlerotation

**coupling**gives the additional energy ( 23 ) 8E400 = - * * SI I ( I + 1 ) , where SI isthe ...

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Rotational Motion : Particle - Rotation

Copenhagen , Denmark 1 . – Introduction . In rotating nuclei the individual

nucleons are subject to the Coriolis force , which gives a particle - rotation

Rotational Motion : Particle - Rotation

**Coupling**. I . HAMAMOTO Nordita -Copenhagen , Denmark 1 . – Introduction . In rotating nuclei the individual

nucleons are subject to the Coriolis force , which gives a particle - rotation

**coupling**[ 1 , 2 ] of ...Page 252

Particle - Vibration

Denmark 1 . - Introduction . The aim of this talk is to show how we can interpret

and analyse a variety of related physical phenomena based on the particle ...

Particle - Vibration

**Coupling**: Octupole Mode . IAMOTO Nordita - Copenhagen ,Denmark 1 . - Introduction . The aim of this talk is to show how we can interpret

and analyse a variety of related physical phenomena based on the particle ...

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### Contents

Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

86 | 8 |

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

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