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

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local flow provides too narrow a framework for the description of nuclear

since the pairing is a highly nonlocal phenomenon . ( In nuclear matter , the size

of pair ( the coherence length 5 ) is large compared with the diameter of the ...

local flow provides too narrow a framework for the description of nuclear

**rotation**since the pairing is a highly nonlocal phenomenon . ( In nuclear matter , the size

of pair ( the coherence length 5 ) is large compared with the diameter of the ...

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Schematic vector diagrams illustrating the strong - coupling scheme ( a ) Y ' , =

Kame ) and the

3 - axis is the nuclear symmetry axis , and the vertical axis is taken to be the ...

Schematic vector diagrams illustrating the strong - coupling scheme ( a ) Y ' , =

Kame ) and the

**rotation**- aligned coupling scheme ( b ) de ( 1/2 ) 7.949 ) . Ed The3 - axis is the nuclear symmetry axis , and the vertical axis is taken to be the ...

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I. HAMAMOTO Nordita - Copenhagen , Denmark 1 . Introduction . In

nuclei the individual nucleons are subject to the Coriolis force , which gives a

particle -

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I. HAMAMOTO Nordita - Copenhagen , Denmark 1 . Introduction . In

**rotating**nuclei the individual nucleons are subject to the Coriolis force , which gives a

particle -

**rotation**coupling [ 1 , 2 ] of the form H = -A . ( + 1_ + 3_1_ ) , ha ( 1 ) Ao25.

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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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