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

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Of one -

can couple to the present septuplet . If we consider the recoupling coefficient

appearing in ( 12d ) , 8E44 ) is largest for the I = 15 + 12 member , which is

estimated ...

Of one -

**hole**configurations the 2d32 state is the closest**hole**configuration thatcan couple to the present septuplet . If we consider the recoupling coefficient

appearing in ( 12d ) , 8E44 ) is largest for the I = 15 + 12 member , which is

estimated ...

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One -

nucleon is excited up into the continuum and escapes ( or is captured by the

projectile ) , we are left with a 1 -

knock ...

One -

**hole**states and giant resonances in pick - up reactions . If the struck targetnucleon is excited up into the continuum and escapes ( or is captured by the

projectile ) , we are left with a 1 -

**hole**state in the residual nucleus . This is aknock ...

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according to an estimate of the average coupling between the 1 -

there is a large background under the peak which has to be interpreted as due to

two- ...

according to an estimate of the average coupling between the 1 -

**hole**and 2 -**hole**, 1 - particle states which have similar excitation energies . Note also thatthere is a large background under the peak which has to be interpreted as due to

two- ...

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

86 | 8 |

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

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