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

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Page 29

... structure of the transition depends in an important way on the

system and appears to involve a variety of intriguing phenomena .

REFERENCES ud B . R . MO BROGLIA : thiel SOME ASPECTS OF ROTATIONAL

MOTION 29.

... structure of the transition depends in an important way on the

**geometry**of thesystem and appears to involve a variety of intriguing phenomena .

REFERENCES ud B . R . MO BROGLIA : thiel SOME ASPECTS OF ROTATIONAL

MOTION 29.

Page 149

... allowed them to treat the full collision

particles per orbit . As an example we show their polar diagram ( fig . 10 ) of the

collision , which gives the « trajectories » as a function of the impact parameter

including ...

... allowed them to treat the full collision

**geometry**. Again , there were fourparticles per orbit . As an example we show their polar diagram ( fig . 10 ) of the

collision , which gives the « trajectories » as a function of the impact parameter

including ...

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... fixed by the

That is to say , < 9 . 85T | * H 19 , NJT ) = ! " ( 2bme ) x + En ; " ( spe ) , d ( ij ) . The

Care the fundamental elements generated in a shell model code . Combining

eqs .

... fixed by the

**geometry**of the model space and the values of 2bme and spe .That is to say , < 9 . 85T | * H 19 , NJT ) = ! " ( 2bme ) x + En ; " ( spe ) , d ( ij ) . The

Care the fundamental elements generated in a shell model code . Combining

eqs .

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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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