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

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13 - 15 . ) The Bu so

( 6 ) . This limit is often estimated by using R = 1 . 2A fm in eq . ( 6 ) , although

sometimes the empirical ( p2L - ? ) of the proton distribution (

electron ...

13 - 15 . ) The Bu so

**obtained**are then compared to the EWSR limit given by eq .( 6 ) . This limit is often estimated by using R = 1 . 2A fm in eq . ( 6 ) , although

sometimes the empirical ( p2L - ? ) of the proton distribution (

**obtained**fromelectron ...

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The same expression would result for the state ( s * ) " 10 ) , where st is a boson

creation operator , by using that part of the IBA Hamiltonian relevant for

vibrational nuclei ( 39 ) Vosts + } Astst88 . The result ( 29 ) was

shell model ...

The same expression would result for the state ( s * ) " 10 ) , where st is a boson

creation operator , by using that part of the IBA Hamiltonian relevant for

vibrational nuclei ( 39 ) Vosts + } Astst88 . The result ( 29 ) was

**obtained**from ashell model ...

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Hence it is possible to make the linearization approximation that the di are

constants , solve for the new 2bme and spe , and then iterate this procedure until

a stable solution of Hamiltonian parameters is

as ...

Hence it is possible to make the linearization approximation that the di are

constants , solve for the new 2bme and spe , and then iterate this procedure until

a stable solution of Hamiltonian parameters is

**obtained**. Thus after**obtaining**Has ...

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

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