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

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If we consider

and a deformation parameter Bu , then for the excitation of one phonon of energy

ho , B ( 0 , L ) = ( 3AR - B2 / 47 ) 2 ( where R is the equivalent uniform radius ) .

If we consider

**simple**shape oscillations of the mass of a nucleus with A nucleonsand a deformation parameter Bu , then for the excitation of one phonon of energy

ho , B ( 0 , L ) = ( 3AR - B2 / 47 ) 2 ( where R is the equivalent uniform radius ) .

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A

we can also simply derive the decrease in the 0 - 2 separation in the nuclei

considered here as compared to semi - magic nuclei . Although the effect of

mixing ...

A

**simple**description of the resulting low - lying states can be given descriptionwe can also simply derive the decrease in the 0 - 2 separation in the nuclei

considered here as compared to semi - magic nuclei . Although the effect of

mixing ...

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spin values increase , the deviations from the

increase until for a J value of about 8 the band picture appears to lose its

usefulness altogether as regards energy placements . This phenomenon is in

part apparently ...

spin values increase , the deviations from the

**simple**rotor predictions alsoincrease until for a J value of about 8 the band picture appears to lose its

usefulness altogether as regards energy placements . This phenomenon is in

part apparently ...

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

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