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

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The

functions

motion of independent nucleons . Thus , shell model wave functions could not be

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The

**strong**attraction and hard - core repulsion introduce into the real wavefunctions

**strong**short - range correlations which cannot be reconciled with themotion of independent nucleons . Thus , shell model wave functions could not be

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Thus the ( a ' , r ) correlation in the giant resonance must be very

breakup occurs almost exclusively into 12C + 0 . Not only was this unexpected , it

is not duplicated [ 10 ] in 40Ca . The angular correlation between the inelastically

...

Thus the ( a ' , r ) correlation in the giant resonance must be very

**strong**. Thebreakup occurs almost exclusively into 12C + 0 . Not only was this unexpected , it

is not duplicated [ 10 ] in 40Ca . The angular correlation between the inelastically

...

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E2 giant resonance is superimposed on a very

To disentangle the two multipolarities in the 15N ( P , Yo ) 160 reaction requires

determination of 4 amplitudes , i . e . the id , p ; ' and 28 : 1p , components of ...

E2 giant resonance is superimposed on a very

**strong**tail from the GDR ( fig . 9 ) .To disentangle the two multipolarities in the 15N ( P , Yo ) 160 reaction requires

determination of 4 amplitudes , i . e . the id , p ; ' and 28 : 1p , components of ...

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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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