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

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The dashed

effect of a GQ , R [ 53 ] . Analogous problems arise in the treatment of inelastic

spectra from THE STUDY OF GIANT RESONANCES IN NUCLEI BY INELASTIC ...

The dashed

**curve**is a fit to the GDR alo ' 20 and the solid**curve**includes theeffect of a GQ , R [ 53 ] . Analogous problems arise in the treatment of inelastic

spectra from THE STUDY OF GIANT RESONANCES IN NUCLEI BY INELASTIC ...

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The uppermost

is expected for the GDR . ... deduced by assuming one additional peak are

shown at the right and agree well with the El and E2 ( or EO ) theoretical

The uppermost

**curve**on the left for the photonuclear cross - section shows whatis expected for the GDR . ... deduced by assuming one additional peak are

shown at the right and agree well with the El and E2 ( or EO ) theoretical

**curves**.Page 326

The dotted

44 ) for L = 2 with k = 1 , and ( 32 ) for L = 1 , the GT model . The dashed

L = 1 is from the JS model , eq . ( 40 ) . The two dipole densities correspond to the

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The dotted

**curves**correspond to the collective models of eqs . ( 27 ) for L = 0 , (44 ) for L = 2 with k = 1 , and ( 32 ) for L = 1 , the GT model . The dashed

**curve**forL = 1 is from the JS model , eq . ( 40 ) . The two dipole densities correspond to the

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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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