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

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The

. 15 ) cannot be basis states according to rule I ) , but only intermediate states .

The quantities Šiem are the amplitudes of the

The

**physical**states are to be written as ( 6 . 16 ) Iqm ) = figmini = 1 ; m , 1 ) , as ( 6. 15 ) cannot be basis states according to rule I ) , but only intermediate states .

The quantities Šiem are the amplitudes of the

**physical**state in the different ...Page 117

Their energy coincides with the initial unperturbed energy , while all

operators have zero off - diagonal matrix elements between any

and a spurious state , in particular the unit operator , which measures the overlap

of ...

Their energy coincides with the initial unperturbed energy , while all

**physical**operators have zero off - diagonal matrix elements between any

**physical**stateand a spurious state , in particular the unit operator , which measures the overlap

of ...

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This calculation illustrates the explicit concentration of the whole spuriosity into a

single state which has zero correlation energy ( R ) and zero amplitude for the

different

This calculation illustrates the explicit concentration of the whole spuriosity into a

single state which has zero correlation energy ( R ) and zero amplitude for the

different

**physical**processes exciting the 2 - 1**physical**states . One has first to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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

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