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

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Thus , the separation between the degenerate orbits that occurs for finite wrot

particular , the K = 1 / 2 orbits exhibit a separation that is linear in wo and the

coefficient ...

Thus , the separation between the degenerate orbits that occurs for finite wrot

**gives**the signaturedependent term in the rotational energy ( see ( 13 ) ) . Inparticular , the K = 1 / 2 orbits exhibit a separation that is linear in wo and the

coefficient ...

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The choice k = 2

deformation analogous to the hydrodynamical or Tassie model for the density .

The latter is frequently used for electron scattering analyses . When eq . ( 23 ) is ...

The choice k = 2

**gives**the distribution a uniform radial strain , while k = L**gives**adeformation analogous to the hydrodynamical or Tassie model for the density .

The latter is frequently used for electron scattering analyses . When eq . ( 23 ) is ...

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The choice k = 1

analyses of electron scattering data . ... These prescriptions usually

to the electron inelastic scattering unless data are available for large momentum

...

The choice k = 1

**gives**the Tassie model [ 106 ] , which is frequently used inanalyses of electron scattering data . ... These prescriptions usually

**give**good fitsto the electron inelastic scattering unless data are available for large momentum

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

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

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