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

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terised in an

scattering angle , the excitation energy of each fragment and the mass and

charge transfer . In this classical picture one would expect peaks in plots of the

cross ...

terised in an

**interesting**way by at least three different types of variables : thescattering angle , the excitation energy of each fragment and the mass and

charge transfer . In this classical picture one would expect peaks in plots of the

cross ...

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It may be

which a system has the excitation modes with only one frequency ( = h01 – wz ) )

. Then one gets ( 43a ) gle ) I rie ( 1 – gi ) , ( 436 ) gm Stie rig = Namely , in this ...

It may be

**interesting**to see the expressions of gle ) and g ) in ( 41 ) for the case inwhich a system has the excitation modes with only one frequency ( = h01 – wz ) )

. Then one gets ( 43a ) gle ) I rie ( 1 – gi ) , ( 436 ) gm Stie rig = Namely , in this ...

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The determination of the Mi matrix elements would be especially

because they are proportional to GRP – Gre · The difference in the rotational g

factors IR for the two bands would give more information on the nature of the two

bands ...

The determination of the Mi matrix elements would be especially

**interesting**because they are proportional to GRP – Gre · The difference in the rotational g

factors IR for the two bands would give more information on the nature of the two

bands ...

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### Contents

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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