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

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96 ) describe a physical system rotating in gauge space with constant angular

utilizing a frame of reference which rotates with the same angular

96 ) describe a physical system rotating in gauge space with constant angular

**velocity**q = ħaI . It is therefore convenient ( * ) to express these wave functions byutilizing a frame of reference which rotates with the same angular

**velocity**0 .Page 144

We will see below that integration of ( 1 ) with this initial wave function produces a

moving slab with

two slabs of mass B and C per unit area and energy EA per nucleon in the center

...

We will see below that integration of ( 1 ) with this initial wave function produces a

moving slab with

**velocity**v and no internal excitation . For a collision betweentwo slabs of mass B and C per unit area and energy EA per nucleon in the center

...

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Additional coupling , which describes the change of a self - consistent nucleon

field in rotation and comes from the

potential , exists [ 3 - 5 ] in principle . In the estimate of the contribution one must ...

Additional coupling , which describes the change of a self - consistent nucleon

field in rotation and comes from the

**velocity**- dependent part of the singleparticlepotential , exists [ 3 - 5 ] in principle . In the estimate of the contribution one must ...

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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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