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

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... the value of the

comparison of the calculated matrix elements ... magnitude of the deviation of n

from unity is considerable and is presumably beyond the possible reduction

... the value of the

**factor**n shown in the seventh column of table II , from thecomparison of the calculated matrix elements ... magnitude of the deviation of n

from unity is considerable and is presumably beyond the possible reduction

**factor**, / I .Page 249

... AN = 2 excitation modes ( namely , the excitation modes with hw , + wz ) ) may

be neglected in the estimate of øre ) , but they must be included in the evaluation

of both Jol ) and D ( or the reduction

... AN = 2 excitation modes ( namely , the excitation modes with hw , + wz ) ) may

be neglected in the estimate of øre ) , but they must be included in the evaluation

of both Jol ) and D ( or the reduction

**factor**of the Coriolis coupling strength ) .Page 502

However , because an assumed form

model dependent , and a superposition of other multipoles may yield a similar

pattern . A more important disadvantage is the very large continuous background

which ...

However , because an assumed form

**factor**enters into the calculation , it ismodel dependent , and a superposition of other multipoles may yield a similar

pattern . A more important disadvantage is the very large continuous background

which ...

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

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