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

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10 ) H = ( w . . + w . rtl ) , where it and r * are the creation operators of the pair

addition and pair removal modes , which are expressed in terms of the operators

P and P , as ( 2 . 11 ) 11 = a , P5 + a , Pi and 1 = r , P + r , P , Assuming the

10 ) H = ( w . . + w . rtl ) , where it and r * are the creation operators of the pair

addition and pair removal modes , which are expressed in terms of the operators

P and P , as ( 2 . 11 ) 11 = a , P5 + a , Pi and 1 = r , P + r , P , Assuming the

**relation**...Page 121

( 0 , – Em ) ( Em Em - V ) ( 0 , – Exmw , – Em ] = = » : [ w , - 1 ] , = N om ( 0 ) ; - Eqm

) where the dispersion

matrix element appearing in ( 7 . 11 ) . For Eqm = £m the factor multiplying Nam ...

( 0 , – Em ) ( Em Em - V ) ( 0 , – Exmw , – Em ] = = » : [ w , - 1 ] , = N om ( 0 ) ; - Eqm

) where the dispersion

**relation**( 7 . 15 ) has been utilized , and where Xij - is thematrix element appearing in ( 7 . 11 ) . For Eqm = £m the factor multiplying Nam ...

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Utilizing the

m ' we obtain ( 7 . 32 ) mềm ( 6 – E , m ) ( 6m - ) ( Em – ( 04 ) ( Em - ( 14 ) Utilizing

this

Utilizing the

**relations**( 7 . 30 ) } = { p 7 8 – 0 ; and ( 7 . 31 ) m mềm Em " - En ? +m ' we obtain ( 7 . 32 ) mềm ( 6 – E , m ) ( 6m - ) ( Em – ( 04 ) ( Em - ( 14 ) Utilizing

this

**relation**we can derive the one - particle transfer sum rule . Note that ( 7 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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