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

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These are phenomena in which the simple picture of fluid flow is augmented by

the statement that collective kinetic energy can be transformed into some form of

These are phenomena in which the simple picture of fluid flow is augmented by

the statement that collective kinetic energy can be transformed into some form of

**heat**excitation energy in the system . In the case of fission , it is well known that ...Page 137

During the period of rotation and fluid flow the drops would receive a definite

excitation energy , because there should be a definite amount of

in a classical system . Thus one could expect the cross - section to be

characterised ...

During the period of rotation and fluid flow the drops would receive a definite

excitation energy , because there should be a definite amount of

**heat**producedin a classical system . Thus one could expect the cross - section to be

characterised ...

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The difference between the total energy and this collective energy might be

considered to be the «

energy of the system and is an indirect way of defining the dissipation . However ,

there ...

The difference between the total energy and this collective energy might be

considered to be the «

**heat**» produced by dissipation of the original kineticenergy of the system and is an indirect way of defining the dissipation . However ,

there ...

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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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