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

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Only the lowest states of each spin and parity 2 * are

while all the RPA solutions are

quadrupole surface vibration modes were allowed only as intermediate states .

Only the lowest states of each spin and parity 2 * are

**included**in the basis states ,while all the RPA solutions are

**included**in the intermediate states . Thequadrupole surface vibration modes were allowed only as intermediate states .

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6 . - Radial transition charge density of the 3 state at 2 . 61 MeV in 208Pb . The

solid line shows the calculated value [ 13 ) . The correction due to the finite size of

the nucleon is

...

6 . - Radial transition charge density of the 3 state at 2 . 61 MeV in 208Pb . The

solid line shows the calculated value [ 13 ) . The correction due to the finite size of

the nucleon is

**included**here . ( This correction was not**included**in the calculated...

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Also , when the exchange of nucleons during hadron scattering is

exchange terms have to be added to the right - hand side of eq . ( 11 ) ) , the

corresponding transition potential becomes nonlocal [ 37 ] . However 310 G . R ...

Also , when the exchange of nucleons during hadron scattering is

**included**( soexchange terms have to be added to the right - hand side of eq . ( 11 ) ) , the

corresponding transition potential becomes nonlocal [ 37 ] . However 310 G . R ...

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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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