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

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been transformed into a more random form , where each of the single - particle

wave functions takes on its own uncorrelated real and imaginary parts , implying

that ...

**motion**corresponding to the simple wave functions like those of eq . ( 6 ) hasbeen transformed into a more random form , where each of the single - particle

wave functions takes on its own uncorrelated real and imaginary parts , implying

that ...

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This is an important feature in relation to the study of adiabaticity in collective

canonical transformation is in terms of the phase function which was already ...

This is an important feature in relation to the study of adiabaticity in collective

**motion**, where the natural truncation is to drop quartic terms in anla ) . Anothercanonical transformation is in terms of the phase function which was already ...

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B ) Constants of the

that the Hamiltonian is conserved , since it is explicitly time independent . The

time evolution of the TDHF equations keeps the average energy , which is the ...

B ) Constants of the

**motion**. 1 ) It is immediately evident without any calculationsthat the Hamiltonian is conserved , since it is explicitly time independent . The

time evolution of the TDHF equations keeps the average energy , which is the ...

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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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