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

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terised in an interesting way by at least three different types of variables : the

scattering angle , the excitation

charge transfer . In this classical picture one would expect peaks in plots of the

cross ...

terised in an interesting way by at least three different types of variables : the

scattering angle , the excitation

**energy**of each fragment and the mass andcharge transfer . In this classical picture one would expect peaks in plots of the

cross ...

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a broad peak at lower energies implying high excitation

discussed for the case of fission , one cannot get lower kinetic

**energy**and the original kinetic**energy**is the excitation**energy**. In general there isa broad peak at lower energies implying high excitation

**energy**. In fact , as wasdiscussed for the case of fission , one cannot get lower kinetic

**energy**than that ...Page 218

51 , which is a plot of

mass around 160 . The heavy bar in fig . 51 is an estimate of the

angular - momentum range left in this final product nucleus following an A 160 25

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51 , which is a plot of

**energy**vs . angular momentum in a rotational nucleus withmass around 160 . The heavy bar in fig . 51 is an estimate of the

**energy**andangular - momentum range left in this final product nucleus following an A 160 25

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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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