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

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 79

Page 151

motion corresponding to the simple

been transformed into a more random form , where each of the single - particle

that ...

motion corresponding to the simple

**wave**functions like those of eq . ( 6 ) hasbeen transformed into a more random form , where each of the single - particle

**wave**functions takes on its own uncorrelated real and imaginary parts , implyingthat ...

Page 439

culated with the DWBA two - nucleon transfer theory under the assumptions of

both the « Hole »

functions for these systems obtained in an earlier study [ 14 ] . In both instances

an ...

culated with the DWBA two - nucleon transfer theory under the assumptions of

both the « Hole »

**wave**functions for the initial and final states and a set of**wave**functions for these systems obtained in an earlier study [ 14 ] . In both instances

an ...

Page 457

form of this

has a sign opposite to the dominant trend . A Hamiltonian which made this term

too large in the

form of this

**wave**function , ( dz ) ; – 2,1–0 , yields one of the few contributions thathas a sign opposite to the dominant trend . A Hamiltonian which made this term

too large in the

**wave**function would inevitably produce an incorrect quadrupole ...### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

86 | 8 |

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

Copyright | |

41 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

addition angular momentum appears approximation associated backbending band calculated closed collective compared comparison components configurations consider contributions corresponding coupling cross-sections deformation density dependence describe determined discussed distribution effects electron equations estimate evidence example excitation energy expected experiment experimental expression fact factor field given gives ground Hamiltonian hole included increase indicate inertia interaction Lett levels limit mass matrix elements measured modes motion neutron Nucl nuclear nuclei nucleons observed obtained operator orbits oscillator pairing parameters particle particular peak Phys physical possible potential predictions present processes proton quadrupole reaction region relation relative resonance respect rotational rule scattering seen shape shell model shown in fig shows simple single single-particle space spectra spectrum strength strong structure surface symmetry theory tion transfer transition values vibrational wave functions