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

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The Study of Giant

SATCHLER Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Oak Ridge , Tenn . 37830 1 . -

Introduction . An exciting development in nuclear physics in recent years has

been the ...

The Study of Giant

**Resonances**in Nuclei by Inelastic Scattering . G . R .SATCHLER Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Oak Ridge , Tenn . 37830 1 . -

Introduction . An exciting development in nuclear physics in recent years has

been the ...

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One of the simplest applications of giant

semi - direct theory of radiative capture [ 102 ] . In this process , the incident

particle excites a giant

state ...

One of the simplest applications of giant

**resonances**as doorway states is in thesemi - direct theory of radiative capture [ 102 ] . In this process , the incident

particle excites a giant

**resonance**in the target while being captured into a boundstate ...

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The same situation is encountered in the case of the monopole

below ) . Now we observe that there exists a close relation between B ( E3 ) and

AE , the energy shift between the single - particle gap and the energy of the 3 ...

The same situation is encountered in the case of the monopole

**resonance**( seebelow ) . Now we observe that there exists a close relation between B ( E3 ) and

AE , the energy shift between the single - particle gap and the energy of the 3 ...

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

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

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